The rich cultural and environmental heritage asset of Italian provinces fails to attract a lot of tourists and it doesn’t contribute to the wealth creation. Starting from this general consideration the contribution aims to analyze the sectoral policies and programs - defined and implemented from the Sixties up today that are focused on touristic development. Simultaneously, the paper analyzes the provisions of the Campania Regional Plan - PTR and Province Plan - PTCP in force in Caserta province. This is done since it is assumed that strategic management of territories should be able to promote their development, not just growth, according to a wider perspective, incorporating local and global aspects, and to avoid the same mistakes already made in the past. Only by providing simultaneous measures for touristic development policies and physical planning it will be possible to define and implement the strategic management of territories. This work points to summarize a clear background of the past and tries to prospect the future of interventions infact the new European territorial development programs emphasize the integration of the various sectoral policies with the urban and regional planning to achieve a more sustainable development.
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