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Author: Pérez Díaz, Antonio
Rengifo Gallego, Juan Ignacio
Leco Berrocal, Felipe
Coordinator/Director: Jiménez Caballero, José Luis
Date: 2013
Published in: Turismo e innovación: VI jornadas de investigación en turismo (2013), p 409-429
ISBN/ISSN: 978-84-95499-96-7
Document type: Presentation
Abstract: La dehesa constituye un agrosistema de gran significación territorial en la Península Ibérica, donde ocupa espacios de enorme amplitud y continuidad. La dehesa contiene una gran parte de los elementos que la sociedad actual demanda al medio ru...
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The pasture is a land of great significance agrosystem in the Iberian Peninsula, where it occupies spaces of enormous breadth and continuity. The pasture contains a lot of elements that society demands in rural areas. The harmony for centuries has chaired the relationship between man and the environment in this natural setting of extreme fragility, has ensured the preservation of natural values, for their uniqueness, are a priceless heritage of biodiversity which results in the existence of countless species of flora and fauna. This paper raises the need to pay due attention to the scenic, cultural, historic, artistic and recreational dehesa these spaces as a way to increase the chances of their potential economic value through the exploitation denominated emerging, specifically agrotourism, and thereby ensure sustainability, seriously threatened thanks to their vulnerability to crises.
Cite: Pérez Díaz, A., Rengifo Gallego, J.I. y Leco Berrocal, F. (2013). El agroturismo: un complemento para la maltrecha economía de la dehesa. En Turismo e innovación: VI jornadas de investigación en turismo (409-429), Sevilla: Facultad de Turismo y Finanzas.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/52981

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