However, the sprouting of hotels, as the known ones nowadays, treating strict as economic activity occurred in the end of century XVIII, stimulated for the industrial revolution (DUARTE, 1995). In it would hotelaria it to Brazil appears in the colonial period, where travelling illustrious colleges and monasteries were received in. Amazon and Moraes (2007) cite as example, the College of Jesus, in Salvador, and the Monastery of Is Bento, in the city of Rio De Janeiro. The tourism in its beginning, was a practised activity as it searchs of new knowledge, with passing of the time became more including. Being then carried through of different public different forms and taking care of with heterogeneous necessities. The tourism, when organized and planned well, can contribute sufficiently for the local development, a time that the generation of new jobs foments, increases and distributes the income, being, therefore, a viable alternative for the incentive of the partner-economic development of one determined area. In this context of differentiation, the agricultural tourism appears before the escape necessity of ' ' urbano' estresse; ' of the great centers, providing a segmentation in the market of the tourism.
Being the agricultural areas looked by the inhabitants of the great urban centers. Agricultural tourism the activities developed in the agricultural way are all, promoting integration of the cultural to environment and compromised patrimony with the farming production. This type of tourism, even so a recent concept for Brazil, already comes being practised widely in countries of the Europe and as Zimmermann (1996) is an activity that grows aceleradamente in the world, and is esteem that its growth will have to be remained in development. However, the agricultural tourism, cannot be understood, as the mere transference for the field of the tourist equipment, is also the exploitation of the structures of the country property, with the possibility of the participation of small entrepreneurs; integrating in such a way the local community, environment and the regional culture the all conventional tourist equipment.