ISSN 2284-7995, ISSN Online 2285-3952


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 16 ISSUE 3
Written by Daniela-Mirela PLEȘOIANU, Gabriel NICOLESCU

Fishing is one of the tourist resources available to the Danube Delta area. Analysis of this resource highlights the link between this activity and the number of tourists arriving in the area contributes to the development of tourism in the Razim-Sinoe area. For this study, the statistical data provided by the National Statistics Institute, Tulcea County Department and the Danube Delta National Institute for Research and Development were used. The data were processed and converted into tables, graphs and then interpreted and analyzed. Ichtyofauna of the lagoon area is very diverse comprising dozens of species: catfish, carp, bream, crucian carp, rudd, rapacious, pike, zander, perch. Following the available data, there is a decrease by about 50 % in catches, between 2003-2013, both within each species and in total, from a quantity of 5,635 tons in 2003 to 2,307 tons in 2013. Catch experienced a dramatic drop caused by a number of shortcomings of fisheries. Such problems of fisheries are connected with the fishing law, but also with the fish marketing. Fishing facilities face a wide range of shortcomings of technical, organizational or management, making it difficult to start or materialize licensees projects. These deficiencies of fish facilities and that the authorities do not invest in their redevelopment, are observed in the number of tourists visiting this area, where there are 44 accommodation units. The number of visitors was 73,767 in the year 2014, of which 53,322 Romanian and 20,445 foreign tourists. The months with the highest number of tourists are July, August and September.

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