After the earthquake the flowering of Castelluccio di Norcia is back

Citizens and the farmers of Castelluccio di Norcia have tried to save their village: they have, in part, succeeded. Even this year, the lucky tourists could admire the incredible flourishing of lentils. It all seemed lost after the October 30th earthquake. The roads were impractical, sowing seemed impossible. But the village did not give up, and […]

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Aosta Valley: an Italian region that will surprise you

Between Castles and Mines, ancient canyon routes and ecological B & B, we will discover the amazing Aosta Valley, an Italian region famous for its ski slopes, which also contains many other wonders. Aosta Valley is the smallest region in Italy, but also the perfect destination for an eco-sustainable travel, to explore a territory of dazzling […]

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A holiday by electric car among the Alpine Pearls

From the Aosta Valley to the Graubünden, surrounded by the majestic and breathtaking nature of the Alps, you can experience a zero impact holiday by electric car and staying in eco-friendly accommodation. Here are 4 steps you can’t miss to immerse yourself in the silence of nature and to fully enjoy its rhythms by walking on foot, […]

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Donkeys, from pet-therapy to green holidays

Donkeys, docile animals that allow us to rediscover the slowness and ability to get in touch with others. Here is where to spend a green holiday with them in Italy. After the mechanization of agriculture, donkeys began to disappear. We thought we no longer needed them, but how wrong we were! In the 1950s, donkeys […]

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Longing slow Tuscany: destination Camaiore

5 tips for a mini-holiday in authentic Tuscany, among tastings and pilgrimages Let’s go for an eco-friendly weekend in Tuscany. Possibly by train, even better if by electric car or bicycle. Staying on a deluxe farm in the hills, with pool and local specialty: here is our offer for an unforgettable weekend, discovering a less touristy, simply authentic and slow, […]

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Holidays are better if they’re car-free

Hours lost in a row and looking for parking, anxiety to get lost and exorbitant costs of gasoline and highway: these are are just memories when traveling without a car. Choosing to live a car-free holiday means not only respecting the environment, but also gaining time and living a more authentic and meaningful experience. The main drivers […]

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Child-Friendly Holidays by the Sea in Italy

Summer is here! If you are thinking where to spend the holidays together with your children, here are the perfect beaches for them! Italian pediatricians have created a map of the 134 child-friendly beaches in Italy. Low and clean water, fine sand to build castles, lifeguards and rescue boats, changing diapers or nursing spaces make […]

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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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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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8 canoe routes that you can’t miss

Spending a day by canoe is one of the most beautiful ways to dive into nature and discover all the charm. Here are 8 itineraries in Europe that you can’t miss for this summer! In a river or in the middle of the sea, you, your canoe and nothing but the beauty of nature and its […]

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