Car-free holiday in Trentino

We got a nice email from Antonella who wants to organize a car-free holiday in Trentino: Good morning, my name is Antonella and I am writing from Naples. This year I was determined to take advantage of summer vacation to visit Trentino region. My holiday is however without a car. I then stumbled on your website which […]

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Your eco-friendly and luxury hotel in Italy

Do you still give up the luxury to spend green holidays? Or maybe you have not tried an eco-friendly holiday so you don’t have to say goodbye to those soft sheets and the spectacular pools? Maybe you don’t know that luxury and sustainability coexist in many beautiful hotels around Italy! From resort near the beach to the refuges at […]

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Val di Funes: green holidays among the Odle

Do you know Val di Funes, or  Villnößtal, a quiet and unspoiled corner of South Tyrol, Pearl between the Dolomites and favorite destination for hikers and mountain climbers? In this small valley, at one side of the Isarco Valley, there are the three towns of Tiso, St. Peter and St. Magdalene, surrounded by the magnificent Natural Park […]

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10 green destinations that you must visit now

On 27 October 2016, the international tourism day, experts have selected the 100 most sustainable destinations of the year, according to 15 core criteria. The initiative of this ranking is meant to recognize those tourist destinations that have committed to make a difference, focusing on sustainability. Among these 100 green destinations all over the world, we […]

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A trip through history and nature to the Botanical Garden of Padua

Botanical Garden of Padua: five centuries of history and five continents in half a day (with a look into the future) The oldest botanical garden in the world is located in Padua. Founded in 1545, it is still located in its original location, in an area of ​​2.2 hectares that is now a UNESCO World […]

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The importance of bees and the hotels that can save them

We read more and more often on the internet and in the newspapers that bees are in danger and that the preservation of this species is essential to our planet. But why bees are critical for us and for all ecosystems? And above all, what are the possible solutions? Let’s find out the bees world and […]

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Your chalet in Maira Valley

Come with us the discovery of a pristine corner of Piedmont, where nature reigns supreme and ancient mountain villages back to life. To the west of Piedmont, towards the French border, Maira Valley is wating for us: a paradise of towering mountains, vast meadows, wildlife and picturesque villages. The list of things to do can be […]

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Odle tour in Val di Funes, South Tyrol

A tour among some of Italy’s most beautiful mountains, in the footsteps of the famous Reinhold Messner, who here has begun to climb. 19 kilometers around to one of the most spectacular massifs of the Dolomites. We are in Val di Funes, jewel of South Tyrol. What in German is called Villnößtal is a small valley, […]

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Arte Sella: a walk in the woods, breathing pure beauty

If you say museum, children begin to stir. They start imaging long corridors and large rooms where it is forbidden to run and speak loudly. Then they find out that they too love Art if the museum is the right one. A large park, for example, surrounded by forests and mountains. A stroll through nature, like that of […]

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The Wave, a wave in the rock

Sometimes nature creates breathtaking landscapes, which seem (and perhaps are) masterpieces, works of art that it is hard to describe. Over millions of years, places that seem unreal, alien come to life. This is the case of The Wave, a spectacular rock formation in the Arizona desert, USA. Its name refers to the effect created […]

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