Development possibilities of rural tourism activities in the Almaj Valley area, Caras-Severin County

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Tabita Cornelia Adamov
Tiberiu Iancu
Luminița Pîrvulescu
Ioan Brad
Gabriela Popescu
Ramona Ciolac


Rural tourism and agrotourism have an extremely important contribution in rural area’s development, not only in financial terms but also in terms of increasing and improving the quality of life of residents from these areas. So, the development of these forms of tourism is required in the rural area, both economically and socially. Known as an important ethnographic area of the country, with traditional elements specific, Almaj Valley through natural and cultural potential available, it stands more and more lately by intensifying rural tourist and ecotourist activity. However, tourist infrastructure is very underdeveloped, to rural communities returning the mission to get more involved in this purpose, having in view, the national and international recognition of the high tourism potential of this area

Romanian area still retains, quite well, the traditional, cultural, ethnographic and folklore valences specific to rural areas, providing favorable conditions for development of rural tourism and agrotourism. Romanian villages have a rich tourist potential, having diversified tourist resources: traditions, customs and folk values, cultural monuments, historical and art and an unpolluted natural environment with a rich natural tourism potential.

Almajului Depression known as well as the Almaj Country, Almajului Valley or Bozovici Depression is situated in the South-East side of Banat Mountains, in the south of Caras-Severin county, near the Parallel 45°, being an intramountainous depression, of ellipsoidal form of NE-SW orientation, belonging to Nera basin.

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Adamov, Tabita Cornelia, Tiberiu Iancu, Luminița Pîrvulescu, Ioan Brad, Gabriela Popescu, and Ramona Ciolac. 2018. “Development Possibilities of Rural Tourism Activities in the Almaj Valley Area, Caras-Severin County”. Review on Agriculture and Rural Development 6 (1-2):118-24.

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