Sextantio, a rediscovered hamlet in South Italy

An ancient fortified abandoned village at 1250 meters of elevation at the feet of Gran Sasso, has been rediscovered thanks to a Swedish entrepreneur. This is the history of Santo Stefano, Sextantio, a small village into the mountains of Abruzzo that has acquired a new life thanks to the practice of the “Albergo Diffuso”. Today […]

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Women vs Men: who are the winners of the sustainability?

In the last years people around the world are becoming more sensitive towards sustainable topics. But, according to a recent study, the real champion of the sustainability are the women.  They produce less rubbish, they put more attention on recycling, they consume more organic and kilometer 0 products and use more often the soft mobility. […]

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Inside the House On the River at the Venice Lagoon: where the magic happens

A house in the middle of a natural park, just on a river and in the depth of the nature it’s like a dream come true. Get away from everything and spend relaxing days in the lovely Maranghetto Mansion, near the beach of Caorle / Brussa. Here what Toni and Marzia told us. A private […]

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Top 10 most beautiful waterfalls in the world

The sound of the falling water, the feeling of being so small in front of their majesty, the lush nature that surrounds them: the waterfalls are perhaps the most amazing show of nature. From America to Asia, via Europe, among rainforests and pristine woods there are these natural treasures that will leave you breathless and will show you that […]

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Eco-Camping Casa Bianca at the foot of Gran Paradiso

An eco-friendly camping surrounded by the nature of the Gran Paradiso National Park. Thanks to the solar and the photovoltaic plants, the camping save almost 10 tons of CO2 each year. In addition to the classic placements (tents and camping grounds), there’s also the glamping with the chance to stay in romantic wood houses. We interviewed […]

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Virtuous, beautiful and sustainable: Here’s the 30 best Eco BnBs to discover this year

Are you thinking of a 100% eco-friendly holiday? Here’s the 30 most virtuous Eco Bnbs in Italy, Austria and Croatia They use only clean energy and offer biological or local food. They reduce to the minum water and electricity waste. They collect separately more than 80% of their garbage. They chose green architecture and they […]

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La Cavàna, a home open to the world and sustainability in the Venetian countryside

La Cavàna is located in the Venetian countryside, among Venice, Padua and Chioggia. A home open to the world and an ecological Bed and Breakfast. The perfect starting point to slowly discover the territory, on foot or by bike. We interviewed Alberto Rosso, the owner. Thanks to his passion for eco-sustainability, the owner of this […]

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Skiing by train: destinations for your car-free holiday

Go skiing by train? It’s possible! Let’s discover 5 incredible destinations in Italy where car is not needed and worries do not exist Finally! The falling snow, the pleasure of a hot chocolate and a single thought: a winter holiday in the most beautiful ski resorts in Italy. Then, however, the thoughts of all the […]

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Fossalta di Portogruaro is “The City for the Green” in Veneto (Italy)

Fossalta di Portogruaro, near Venice, is one of the “Città per il Verde 2018”, (“Cities for the Green”) of the Venetian Region. The prestigious award is given to the municipalities that proved to be upstanding towards the public green areas and the eco-sustainability. “Honorable mention” in the “Municipalities of 5 to 15.000 inhabitants” category, Fossalta […]

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Al Ferdinandeo: the eco-friendly BnB on Trieste’s hills

A small cottage lost in the hills of Trieste. Amongst nature’s perfumes and blue glances of the sea, let’s discover Al Ferdinandeo Bed and Breakfast through the tale of Marzia, the owner. Just 3 km away from the center of Trieste, amongst the hills battered by the famous wind Bora, there’s a small and welcoming […]

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