Can Duda be what I need?
I've been on a search for a CMS for a new project and have been through a cycle of the obvious contenders like Drupal, Wordpress, Webflow etc..
What I am looking to build is a DMO site, something very similar to Discover Puerto Rico. A destination marketing website that contains all relevant info for an island/region. For example, a directory of hotels, places pages, tours, things to do posts and trip planning.
I have had a play with Duda and I love what I see so far. What I am not sure about is whether there are restrictions that will prevent the site from growing on Duda.
For example, I see there is a 1000-page limit. My intention is to end up with way more than that, although I see that number excludes dynamic pages.
Would dynamic pages be akin to a traditional "page template"? It's not obvious how I would structure the site yet within Duda. If I had a section for "Tours" and there were several hundred of them, could they dynamically be created using dynamic pages or does each one of them need a page?
I'm still working through the Duda docs and trying to figure it out, but if anyone can help with those questions above, that would be great.