The temporary movement of people to destinations outside their normal places or work and residence, the activities undertaken during their stay in those destinations and the facilities created to cater for their needs. (Source: GEMET/GOOD)
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Protocol on Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development
Article 1: Objectives and principles
k) Promoting the diversification of livelihood in rural areas particularly through linking agriculture and tourism, as well as the crafting and marketing of local goods, arts and handicrafts;
Article 3: Definitions
1. "Agritourism" (Farm Tourism, Farm-based tourism, Vacation farms) concerns the stay on a working farm enabling direct interaction between visitors or guests and the farmer/farming family to experience authentic agricultural activities and lifestyle.
19. "Rural tourism" means a range of tourism activities which take place in the countryside.
Article 8: Implementation of site-specific rural development strategies
2. Each Party shall facilitate coordination and cooperation among all relevant stakeholders aiming at creating and enabling socio-economic environment for rural innovation and added value networks, in particular between the agricultural sector and other economically relevant sectors in rural areas, like the handicraft, trade, industry, infrastructure and tourist sectors, to capitalize endogenous potentials with an integrated territorial approach.
Article 14: Promotion of agritourism and diversification
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Protocol on Sustainable Transport
Article 1: General objectives and principles
b) development of sustainable multi-modal transport policies, which provide the socio-economic benefits of mobility and access to urban, rural, remote areas and tourist destinations in the Carpathians;
Article 8: Transport infrastructure networks and their connectivity
c) the needs of areas of particular importance for tourism.