APPLICATION OF THE SWOT METHOD IN SUSTAINABLE MARINE TOURISM VILLAGE MANAGEMENT IN CIRCULAR ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE KALIWLINGI TOURISM VILLAGE CASE STUDY IN BREBES DISTRICT, CENTRAL JAVA
Sustainable development is an attempt to accelerate a region’s welfare through economic empowerment and the utilization of its natural and human resources. Sustainable tourism is an economic development perspective which employs natural and human potential. Kaliwlingi Village is one of the villages in the northern coastal area of Java, precisely in Brebes District, Brebes Regency, and Central Java Province. In 1983, The Brebes Regency coastal line was about 65.48 km long. This number continues to decrease due to abrasion. This study also aims at determining the existing condition of the mangrove ecosystem in the Pandansari mangrove area, Kaliwlingi Village, Brebes District and the socio-economic conditions of the surrounding community which include education and livelihoods. The finding shows the importance of acknowledging the local socio-cultural and ecological aspect to create a sustainable tourism.
Tourism, Pandansari, Mangrove, Sustainable, Brebes Regency