The amazing walk over a Danish forest

A special walk in the heart of a magnificent Danish forest, next to the tops of the trees: the new eco-friendly project near Haslev, Copenhagen. Its name will be Treetop Experience and it should be one hour from Copenhagen, in the protected forest of Gisselfeld Klosters Skove, near the village of Haslev. The Danish design and architecture […]

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Slow holiday in Gran Paradiso Park

Cogne and its two magnificent valleys at the foot of the Gran Paradiso (Valle d’Aosta) are a must-see for a holiday in contact with nature, to the discovery of one of the best examples of Sustainable Mobility in the Alps. In the heart of a narrow, winding valley, you will find the cozy Alpine Pearl […]

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Eco-hotels under the stars

A room without walls and without roof, surrounded by some of the most beautiful mountains in Switzerland: it’s the Null Stern Hotel, born from the idea of ​​the artists Frank and Patrik Riklin with the help of Daniel Charbonnier. It is a unique hotel in the world, to live an unusual night, and become one with […]

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That’s why you do not have to steal sand

It still happens to see tourists caught at the airport trying to take away sandbags, then forced to pay fines. Unfortunately, many are still unaware that stealing sand from nature is nothing more than a whim that impoverishes the environment. Let’s see why. We have said it and repeated it many times: the responsible tourist or […]

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Discover our new partner: Ecoplore

Ecobnb believes in a world made of connection. So we are happy to announce our latest partnership. We’ve begun a collaboration with Ecoplore, that promote eco-stays over concrete hotels. Ecoplore is an Indian all-woman company with a solo woman traveller personally visits every accommodation to verify whether they are eco-friendly or not. The green criteria chosen […]

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Denmark will be 100% organic

Denmark is the world’s leading producer of organic farming products. But it’s not enough, the government dreams of a 100% organic country. Denmark was one of the first countries to experiment with organic farming methods, soon renouncing pesticides. In addition to being one of the historical nations in this sense, it has quickly become one of […]

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8 reasons to fly right away to Malta

A small and wild island, Malta has unique treasures: ancient cities of a moving beauty, spectacular backdrops populated with colorful fish, stunning cliffs and prehistoric temples. But also surreal landscapes, with small streets between stone walls and organic crops, hidden gardens, beaches, coves and submarine wrecks. Here are 8 reasons to organize the next eco-friendly holiday […]

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Rimini beyond night life: here is the green guide

Rimini and the Riviera Romagnola are according to everyone synonymous with beaches and fun. But Rimini is also a lot more: among its neighborhoods and squares are hidden enchanting scenes and archaeological treasures. A holiday in Rimini means a continuous discovery of the long history of Rimini, a city founded by the Romans where different peoples and […]

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Gandhi’s thinking on ecology and nature

«There is a sufficiency in the world for man’s need but not for man’s greed» Lawyer, philosopher and politician known throughout the world for his nonviolent struggle and philosophy, Mahatma Gandhi also reflected on the relationship between man and the environment, thus becoming a precursor to a modern type of environmentalism. In his words we […]

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10 rules to be green even at the beach

The beach is the perfect destination for summer and not only. But how can we live it without damaging it? Let’s find out together! Bright sun, crystalline sea, umbrella, sound of the waves and maybe a good book: this is the beach scene that many dream all year round and are looking forward to living this summer […]

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