Indonesia has enormous potential in the maritime sector, specifically in the tourism sector. Tourism in Indonesia is developing in several regions. There is one of the tourism destinations in Gresik Regency, that is Dalegan Beach. Dalegan Beach is located in Dalegan Village, Panceng District which has an area of 6.39 km2. Dalegan Beach has an area of about 2.3 ha and a beach length of about 180 meters. Dalegan Beach has a potential eco-tourism because of sloping beach topography, calm waves and white sand. However, to develop the Dalegan Beach as an eco-tourism have several obstacles. There are lack of infrastructure to support tourist attractions, unclear collaboration between the village community and the local government, and poor management so that the development of eco-tourism is not optimal. This study aims to improve the management of Dalegan Beach as eco-tourism, which involved all stakeholders include local governments, communities, regional consultative bodies and universities. The Analythic Hierarchy Process (AHP) method is applied on this study in order obtaining an integrated and sustainable beach management formula based on priority scale. There are five factors used for the criteria in this analysis process, those are environmental, economic, social, infrastructure, and legal. Furthermore, the Expert Choice software are used to process inputs gained from the stake holders. The result of analysis indicates the order of alternative priority management that must be carried out namely human resource empowerment of 0.336 or (33.6%), then the development of tourist destinations with a value of 0.256 or (25.6%), further development of tourism marketing of 0.238 or (23.8%) and finally industrial development of 0.170 or (17.0%).
|IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
|Published - 2023
|10th International Seminar on Ocean, Coastal Engineering, Environmental and Natural Disaster Management, ISOCEEN 2022 - Surabaya, Indonesia
Duration: 29 Nov 2022 → …