Villages are long time ago abandoned from people , but life on village has many advantages in relation to life in city, and beauty of the village could never disappear.
More and more people are slowly returns to the villages and enjoy its beauty, those people who have no house on village are decided to spend the summer in rented houses and thus initiate the development of new tourism-related.
Rural tourism has long been considered like means of achieving economic and social development and regeneration. More specifically, it has been widely promoted as an effective source of income and employment, particularly in peripheral rural areas where traditional agrarian industries have declined.
The largest markets are families with children and older adults. Their main activities are excursions to attractions outside the region. The affordable housing is an important reason in choosing the region as a base tour. Although rural tourism is often suggested as a panacea, rural tourism is only a secondary income for farmers.
Tourism is an increasingly significant part of contemporary culture. This paper brings new ideas in the theoretical interpretation of tourism, culture, and the environment together with a discussion of how sustainable tourism might be distinguished from other forms of tourism in rural areas. It examines the ways in which tourism development engages with the people who live and work in the countryside and their heritage.