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Dining as the most important activity in agritourism, and the importance of high professionalism for determination of peculiarities of local and regional farm foods are considered. ISTAT (Italian Institute of Statistics) information is presented on the number of agritourism farms offering catering, ...

Author(s)
Surdo, G. lo
Publisher
Edizioni l'Informatore Agrario Srl, Verona, Italy
Citation
Informatore Agrario, 2009, 65, 13, pp 26-29
Abstract

The effects of new general legislation introduced in 2006 in Italy governing agritourism activities is examined with reference to both agritourism and rural tourism, agritouristic activities, and the connection between agricultural entrepreneur activities and essentially agricultural activities.

Author(s)
Russo, L.
Publisher
Accademia dei Georgofili, Firenze, Italy
Citation
Georgofili, 2006, 3, Supplemento 5, pp 69-88
Abstract

Trends in Italy's agrotourism industry are identified in terms of: the legislation; accommodation; employment; policies for development; and quality standards.

Author(s)
Curbastro, R. R.
Publisher
Accademia dei Georgofili, Firenze, Italy
Citation
Georgofili, 2006, 3, Supplemento 5, pp 43-48
Abstract

In the light of new general legislation introduced in Italy in 2006 regarding agritourism activities, the author examines its beneficial effects on agritourism administration. The new law is noted for markedly deregulating the sector and reducing the amount of bureaucracy surrounding agritourism...

Author(s)
Deledda, M.
Publisher
Accademia dei Georgofili, Firenze, Italy
Citation
Georgofili, 2006, 3, Supplemento 5, pp 123-125
Abstract

The effects of EU regulations governing agritourism in Italy since 1985 are examined, and the effects on agritourism of the radical structural reform of the CAP between 2003 and 2005 are discussed.

Author(s)
Costato, L.
Publisher
Accademia dei Georgofili, Firenze, Italy
Citation
Georgofili, 2006, 3, Supplemento 5, pp 55-60
Abstract

The 6 papers and a conclusion published here were presented at a one-day workshop held on 26 October 2006 in Castelfranco Veneto, NE Italy, under the auspices of the North-East Section of the Accademia dei Georgofili to discuss the effects of recent changes in the law in Italy with regard to ...

Publisher
Accademia dei Georgofili, Firenze, Italy
Citation
Georgofili, 2006, 3, Supplemento 5, pp 61-132
Abstract

The fiscal content of Italy's agritourism legislation is considered. VAT, personal income tax, ad hoc tax provisions, municipal tax on real estate, regional business taxes, and the definition of an agritourism business are reviewed.

Author(s)
Garbagnati, L.
Publisher
Accademia dei Georgofili, Firenze, Italy
Citation
Georgofili, 2006, 3, Supplemento 5, pp 115-122
Abstract

The 4 papers here were presented at a one-day workshop held on 6 October 2006 in Florence, Italy, under the auspices of the Accademia dei Georgofili to discuss the effects of recent changes in the law in Italy (with regard to agritourism activities) at the State and regional levels, and in relation ...

Publisher
Accademia dei Georgofili, Firenze, Italy
Citation
Georgofili, 2006, 3, Supplemento 5, pp 8-60
Abstract

A new general law entitled "The discipline of agritourism" was passed in Italy on 20 February 2006 to replace the legislation of 1985, as the past 20 years had seen profound changes in agricultural and agritouristic activities at both the national and EU levels. The effects of the new law from...

Author(s)
Albisinni, F.
Publisher
Accademia dei Georgofili, Firenze, Italy
Citation
Georgofili, 2006, 3, Supplemento 5, pp 11-41
Abstract

Legal aspects of agritourism in Italy's regions are discussed, with particular attention given to the situation in Tuscany. The author advocates a common sense approach to applying the new law to agritouristic activities.

Author(s)
Cenni, S.
Publisher
Accademia dei Georgofili, Firenze, Italy
Citation
Georgofili, 2006, 3, Supplemento 5, pp 49-54