Alpine Day of Sustainable Mobility (and Tourism)

Join a conference in Werfenweng, Austria! October 18th– 19th is the time to discuss innovative and sustainable mobility in tourist regions. Are you interested in sustainability, tourism and innovations? The conference “Alpine Day of Tourism and Mobility” is waiting for all stakeholders and tourism lovers. The mobility behaviour of tourists is changing. There are many […]

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Nature, spa and organic food: a sustainable holiday in Trentino

For those who want to spend a sustainable holiday surrounded by nature, between a walk in the woods and an afternoon at the spa, Trentino becomes a paradise. Let’s discover together a corner of this region! We have often talked about Trentino: a region where nature is still uncontaminated, where the mountains leave you breathless and the […]

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Farmhouses among the olive trees that are worth a trip in Italy

An idea for a different and green holiday? Go to buy organic, good and genuine oil, on the territory where it is born and taste it when it just made with the products of the territory. It is possible to do so in several organic farms in Italy that offer eco-friendly stays, in country houses of great […]

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The most beautiful national parks in Italy

A journey through nature and ancient villages, dense forests and traditions, wildlife and crafts: today we head towards the green heart of Italy, where nature is protected and the life follows its rhythms, where each trip becomes an adventure, to discover the colors and scents of nature. From the mountains to the sea, we have chosen […]

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Sustainable hotels in sunny California

Oceanfront or immersed among the vineyards and fields of California: here 5 hotels that are eco-friendly and that will make your California holiday an unforgettable travel! Sleeping in a nest among the trees Our journey in California begins here, along the beautiful Big Sur, breathtaking coast. Here you can live an unparalleled glamping experience thanks to Treebone Resort. You can choose […]

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In Val di Zoldo, between “fogher” and ancient coral islands, dolomites and dinosaurs

“Sani! Vegn inte!” Charly opens the heavy chestnut door of the ancient mountain lodge. Outside only white, soft and bulky snow. Inside the loud fire of the fogher, the heart of the Val di Zoldo houses. A fireplace open on four sides and surrounded by massive wooden benches, where we sit as the inhabitants of these tiny […]

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Santo Antao, Cape Verde – An Eco-Friendly Destination par Excellence

Santo Antao, the second largest island of the Capeverdean archipelago is a paradise for hikers and eco-friendly travellers. This little island of only 779 km² seems to have a mere infinite number of breath-taking hiking trails and a unique sensitiveness towards its natural heritage. Even after spending 10 days on the Ilha das Montanhas – […]

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When tourism is unsustainable: anti-tourism protests across Europe

Tourism is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in the world. Money, this industry is generating, are enormous. BUT- current system of mass tourism is unsustainable. More and more people across Europe start protesting against tourists in their towns. And that’s just a beginning. Wave of anti-tourism protests in Europe´s most popular destinations […]

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Conero Park: the perfect holiday in Italy

Between the rock and lush vegetation to the sea: the Conero Regional Natural Park is a place of rare beauty that encompasses different habitats and views, but all stunning. Discover with us the beaches, villages full of history, the flight of birds, the capital of Marche, the smell of lavender and the best eco friendly accommodation […]

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Ceresole Reale: ecotourism in the Gran Paradiso National Park (Italy)

Do you already know Ceresole Reale, a cozy alpine resort situated at 1612m above sea level? We are in the Orco Valley, in Piedmont, at the foot of the Gran Paradiso National Park. The name of this village has ancient origins: once it was surrounded by Ceresiolae woods, that is, small cherries. Ceresole is a fantastic […]

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