Study on the Natural and Anthropic Tourism Resources – Factors Of Sustainable Rural Development in the Area Hateg–Retezat
Paun Ion Otiman (),
Violeta Florian and
Cornel Ionescu ()
Additional contact information Paun Ion Otiman: Institute of Agricultural Economics, Romanian Academy, Bucharest
Gabriela Botici: University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Banat, Timisoara
Violeta Florian: Institute of Agricultural Economics, Romanian Academy, Bucharest
The rural area from Tara Hategului – Retezat is one of the richest area in Romania in natural and anthropic tourism supplies, determined by the natural, socio-cultural, economic and historical potential that can be used for tourism purposes. As the tourism potential comprises few economic resources that can be used only “in situ”, their inclusion in the economic circuit of values represents the premise of a superior economic process of rural development in the rural area Tara Hategului–Retezat. Starting from the great variety of the tourism supply, the specialists in economy and tourism management can find optimum solutions for the development of the rural and agro-tourism services as a sustainable rural development component, while the optimization of the rural tourism services activities can be based on mathematical models and adequate system analyses.