Ecobnb is among the recommendations of the famous British newspaper The Guardian for your Sustainable Holidays in Europe in 2020

“20 of the best sustainable holidays in Europe for 2020″ is the title of the article published in The Guardian on December 26, 2019.

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The article lists the 20 best green destinations in Europe to visit in 2020. Among these numerous places, there is also Tuscany, with new eco-friendly hotels promoted by Ecobnb. More and more people are looking for sustainable travel experience, so the choice of accommodation is extremely important.

In the section of the article about Tuscany, The Guardian suggests relying on Ecobnb to search for green structures that respect nature and allow travellers to reduce the environmental impact during their holidays.

Among Ecobnb’s sustainable accommodations in Tuscany, The Guardian recommends above all:

  • The treehouse at Glamping il Sole on a farm in the Maremma hills. This is a perfect place to immerse yourself in nature, and taste fresh products and a zero km of the “Pietra Serena” farm, directly from the fields to the table.
  • The glamping site and farmhouse Podere di Maggio, in a pristine valley near Grosseto, with hot springs and Tyrrhenian beaches nearby.
  • The eco-sustainable B&B Paradiso n.4 in the historic center of Siena. Housed in an ancient building, it offers guests delicious zero-kilometer breakfasts. In addition, it has a particular attention to the elimination of plastic and the use of ecological detergents and cleaning products.
  • Agrivilla I Pini, close to the medieval village of San Gimignano. This ecobnb offers vegan menus based on local products, organic wine, a natural swimming pool with salt water, and ecological furniturished rooms.

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Author: Giada De Bernardis

Hi! My name is Giada and I'm 24 years old. I was born and raised in Genoa, but I currently live in Trento. Thanks to my passion for travel I started to lead a more sustainable and respectful lifestyle towards the environment around us. I think it is essential to create awareness of the importance of holidays in harmony with nature, and I would like to be able to share my ideas with as many people as possible!
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