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Les pratiques touristiques en espace rural et la place des aménités

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  • Bel, F.
  • Lacroix, A.
  • Lyser, S.
  • Rambonilaza, T.

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L’objectif de ce papier est d’analyser qui sont et que font les touristes en espace rural. Notre point d’entrée est celui de la demande, analysée à partir des comportements observés des touristes. Cette analyse concerne le tourisme d’été dans deux régions : Aquitaine et Rhône-Alpes. Elle est menée à partir des données individuelles recueillies lors de l’enquête "Suivi de la Demande Touristique" des années 2003, 2005 et 2007, données fournies par TNS Sofres à la direction du Tourisme. Ces données nous permettent d’identifier la part relative des différentes pratiques touristiques dans les zones qualifiées de non urbaines. Elles mettent en évidence i) le maintien des séjours qu’on peut qualifier de "retour chez soi" qui n’occasionnent pas de dépense d’hébergement et au cours desquels aucune activité particulière n’est pratiquée ; ii) l’importance des séjours tournés vers la pratique d’activités de plein air et ceux tournés vers la découverte du patrimoine local. Ces deux types de séjours constituent les segments principaux du tourisme rural « moderne » et des vecteurs majeurs de valorisation des aménités. En marge de ces deux segments, émerge un tourisme gastronomique qui valorise la complémentarité entre les aménités naturelles et les aménités culturelles des territoires.

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Paper provided by Grenoble Applied Economics Laboratory (GAEL) in its series Working Papers with number 201008.

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Keywords: TOURISME; AMENITES; MILIEU RURAL; CLASSIFICATION; TOURISM; AMENITIES; RURAL AREA; CLASSIFICATION; FRANCE;

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  1. Mills, Edwin S. & Nijkamp, Peter, 1987. "Advances in urban economics," Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics, in: E. S. Mills (ed.), Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics, edition 1, volume 2, chapter 17, pages 703-714 Elsevier.
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