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This book highlights the most successful implementation of Leader+ funded local development strategies in the European Union. Leader+ is a European Community initiative for assisting rural communities in improving the quality of life and economic prosperity of their local area, and is co-financed...

Leader+ Observatory, Brussels, Belgium
A selection of Leader+ best practices, 2009, pp 98 pp.

The relationship between tourism and accessibility needs to be explored further, particularly in the context of the specific requirements of people who are disabled in any way. Accessibility should be understood as the ability to enter and use buildings, leisure facilities and other types of...

Heinen, H.
Bureau International du Tourisme Social (BITS), Brussels, Belgium
Le Tourisme Social Dans Le Monde, 2005, No.144, pp 4-9

Normally tourism in northern Europe is limited to about 100 days per year but the 'Centre Parks', developed first in the Netherlands and Belgium, with residential, sports, entertainment, restaurant and shopping facilities around sub-tropical swimming baths, have an annual occupancy rate of between...

Moos, K. H.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Freizeit, Erkrath, German Federal Republic
Freizeitwirtschaft: Märkte und Konsumwelten., 1990, pp 194-202

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