The ‚residential tourism‛ has grown all over Italy since the late ‘60s, under the pressure of mass tourism. The term ‚Residential Tourism‛, with reference to the Italian case, indicates ‚ An informal and phenomenon that is developed through private tourist accommodation available in the area to accommodate the demand for tourism demand from a self-directed, spontaneous, uncertain and unpredictable, which organizes space and time independently of the tourist experience‛ (Romita, 2010). The research presented in this article aims to explore some aspects of social tourism, but it is part of a larger research which aims to deepen the supply and demand of residential tourism in some areas of southern Italy (Crest-Isnart, 2011). Research has shown that, unlike the organized tourism, proposed and managed according to the logic of ‚production‛ industrial, residential tourism is largely because do-it-yourself, allows families to enjoy more ‚easily‛ the right the holiday and the ‚right‛ of sociality (Romita, Favia, 2011).

Residential tourism and vacation entitlement

Romita t.
2020

Abstract

The ‚residential tourism‛ has grown all over Italy since the late ‘60s, under the pressure of mass tourism. The term ‚Residential Tourism‛, with reference to the Italian case, indicates ‚ An informal and phenomenon that is developed through private tourist accommodation available in the area to accommodate the demand for tourism demand from a self-directed, spontaneous, uncertain and unpredictable, which organizes space and time independently of the tourist experience‛ (Romita, 2010). The research presented in this article aims to explore some aspects of social tourism, but it is part of a larger research which aims to deepen the supply and demand of residential tourism in some areas of southern Italy (Crest-Isnart, 2011). Research has shown that, unlike the organized tourism, proposed and managed according to the logic of ‚production‛ industrial, residential tourism is largely because do-it-yourself, allows families to enjoy more ‚easily‛ the right the holiday and the ‚right‛ of sociality (Romita, Favia, 2011).
978-86-908213-7-2
residential tourism
Social Tourism
Vacation Entitlement
Southern Italy
Family Holiday
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