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Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 16 ISSUE 1
Written by Daniela PLEȘOIANU, Violeta SIMIONESCU

Environmental quality to be the basis of all activities, including tourism, makes inseparable from the phenomenon of tourism. The variety of natural environmental quality and its aesthetic appearance, constitute basic resources for tourism today, and increasingly homogenized by the process of economic globalization. Between the environment and various forms of tourism there are complex reciprocal relations, interdependence, which are often described as a "symbiosis". The purpose of this paper is to present and characterize economic activity and tourism in the area Razim- Sinoe Lagoon Complex. Will present data on population, agriculture, industry, tourism, transport and do some actual proposals on tourism potential. For these aspects we used data from the National Institute of Statistics, Department of Statistics Tulcea Strategic Plan for Sustainable Tourism Development in the Danube Delta, developed under the auspices of Tulcea County Council; Master Plan, Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve, Danube Delta developed by National Institute for Research and Development. Data collected were placed in tables and processed to yield graphics that then we have interpreted and analyzed. Thus, after processing the data provided by the authorities, we conclude that: (i)The area study presents the following administrative-territorial structure: one city, Babadag, 10 communes with a total of 32 villages in the composition (including the common city of residence).(ii)The most important activity in terms of number of active local businesses is trade, with 50.83% of the total active units; (iii)Manufacturing attract the largest number of employees, 44.98%, is from this point of view, the most important activity. Manufacturing is followed in this trade indicator 19.37% and 10.38% of construction;(iv)The most representative activity is the fishing area is favorable for the development of such an activity, often combined with agrotourism.(v)The main categories of land use are the agricultural land (arable, pasture and hayfields, orchards and vineyards), forest vegetation surfaces, surfaces occupied by water, roads and railways construction;(vi)Sulfur forms prevalent in the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve phytocoenosis, covering approximately 160.000 hectares, of which 100,000 ha is monodominantă reed community.(vii)In Romania especially in geographical areas close to water highlights specific types of tourism, which is distinguished from other forms of tourism in areas with higher altitudes. In the Razim-Sinoe meet as a form of tourism: tourism heliotherapy, sports tourism, rural tourism, eco-tourism, scientific tourism, health tourism, tourism movement.

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