عنوان مقاله [English]
In the sustainable tourism development approach, not only market needs are considered, but also the needs of society and the natural environment are emphasized. In this regard, GIS can be used for many tourist, planning and modeling activities. The present study aimed to provide a model for access to tourist attractions for the sustainability in tourist hubs of Isfahan province. Regarding the studied components, this research is an applied one in terms of type and a descriptive-survey in terms of method. This research was conducted based on the closest access considering the speed of access (road quality) in terms of minutes, and in order to provide a model for the stability of areas with the highest attraction and concentration of tourist in a zone rather than a point. The cities of Isfahan and Kashan (historical-cultural) and the cities of Semirom and Fereydoon Shahr (natural tourism) have the highest tourist capacity in the province, respectively. The results of the study show that according to the "Closest Access" model, five classes have been taken into consideration for the sustainability of the four tourist hubs in the province. The first class covers the potential rural and urban locations to a 60 minute radius (according to experts, the 60 minute distance is the distance that the tourists tend to travel by car on the way to the desired attraction) from the natural tourist hubs, the West (Fereydoon Shahr), the Southwest (Semirom) and the historical-cultural tourist hubs of Isfahan and Kashan which should be addressed by the authorities and tourism planners of the province to instruct tourists.