Rural tourism associated with agriculture as an economic alternative for the farmers

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Calado, Luísa ; Rodrigues, Ana ; Silveira, Paulo ; Dentinho, Tomaz (2011)
  • Publisher: Instituto Politécnico de Leiria
  • Subject: GIS | Non farming activities | Rural tourism | Familiar farming | Multifunctionality

This paper aims at presenting a possible approach to identify the best sites for rural tourism and also to analyze the synergies between agriculture and cultural heritage in Azores, in order to be incorporated in the full range of management concerns into private ... View more
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