Residential tourism is a particular tourist activity that is realized through the use of private homes, rented or for sale. It differs therefore from tourism in conventional accommodation facilities, such as hotels, tourist villages, etc., because users organize their own vacation and leisure time independently. This kind of tourism is particularly widespread in small towns, especially those located in holidays areas or historical ones. An appraisal study on residential tourism, a sort of “undetected” tourism that does not appear on conventional touristic circuits, moves from the need to analyze the variables that determine the commercial value of unoccupied properties, providing a detailed report about properties used for “holiday homes”, in order to interpret touristic dynamics in the study area. The study analyses the characteristics that define the variety of real estate quotations with the aim to appraise the value of holiday homes that, in some territorial contexts with a tourist vocation, represents a source of economic and productive well-being for permanent residents.
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|Titolo:||Residential tourism in small towns. An appraisal study about tourist dynamics|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|