From place to place - Integrated tourist system in the Enisala fortress area.
Enisala fortress - the last standing Genovese fortress in Romania. Holding a strategic position to the area, it is also surrounded by natural resources. These resources turn to functions, functions to places.
This project proposes a strategy for a integrated tourism system in the Enisala fortress area, Tulcea county. The principles are based on conservation of historical areas and resource use in the area, both natural and anthropic.
The adaptation of historical sites is based on a thorough analysis regarding cultural values, the state of the building, and research into conservation methods Depending on the materials already found in the ruins, how it is built and counting the factors influencing the sustainability of the repairs. It will establish an attitude towards the historic site based on a balance between architectural values and sensitivity of intervention in such a location, of national interest.
For these reasons, the study of heritage preservation methods, the revitalization and enhancement of the historical monument necessary for structuring this project, the site was classified a historic monument class A, the natural and human role is a part of the construction project. If cultural segment consists of Archaeological Heritage, the presence of other resources will be harnessed in different types of tourism: water, oenological, culinary, equestrian.
This project aims to define a system where the above-mentioned types of activities are interconnected. Activity-territory relationship is translated into inserts on site, based on a study which considers the built fund, topography, accessibility and points of interest.
Tourism in the south of Romania may be based on natural reserves, landscape and by anthropogenic heritage. In this case, consists of a scenario in which the environment, economy, geographical and historical resources, form a relationship easily exposed to the general public. Integrated tourism in rural areas is an alternative to solve the same the relative gap between village and city.
ICEM Tulcea data show that in 2014, the city Enisala It is the most visited tourist attraction in the county. Integrated agricultural spaces, natural resources, cultural heritage, traditions of rural, agricultural, exchanges between urban and rural incomes, create jobs directly and indirectly improves.