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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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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Top 30 most beautiful beaches in Spain

Everyone knows that Spain is one of the major tourist destinations around the world, especially for sun and seaside tourism. Do you already know what to do this summer? Here we tell you which are the 30 most beautiful beaches in Spain, to plan your days at the sea with Ecobnb! From north to south, […]

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Six places you can’t miss in Cambodia

Cambodia is the surprise you do not expect. We arrive here by curiosity, driven by the charm of Angkor temples and we find ourselves in a country that goes far beyond expectations. Cambodia is a place where you can experience a journey of wild nature and historical memory. A glorious history, that of monumental temples, and another […]

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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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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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8 reasons to visit Malta. Now!

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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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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A tree house to care children

A project by architect Renzo Piano for pediatric hospice near Bellaria, in Bologna, with trees, green and a tree house. Architect Renzo Piano has recently presented his latest project, a pediatric hospice for the Hospice Foundation “Maria Teresa Chiantore Seragnoli”, with the following words: “There are two dimensions in this project: the one of medical […]

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