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The objective of this article was to understand the spatial distribution of sun-and-beach
tourism in non-coastal municipalities. The study, which is based on the perception of accommodationmanagers, shows that Euclidean distance provides the best explanation for the spatial distribution of littoral tourism. We can develop a new profile of sun-and-beach tourists
who search for peaceful inland lodgings in natural and rural areas. We also suspect that greening plays a role in sun-and-beach tourism, where guests search for accommodations that are close to both the sea and protected natural areas. We also showed disengagement between
brand image and demand behavior.