True to our mission to connect sustainable tourism thinkers, shakers and doers, today’s expert interview is with Anna Pollock, founder of the Conscious Travel website and movement. Anna Pollock’s thoughts on the future of (sustainable) tourism are a wake-up call
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Lurdeia Casa Rural: An oasis of tranquility founded by five friends, 30 years ago. Pioneers in ecotourism and organic farming in the Basque Country.
Agroturismo Arkaia is a shining example of sustainability leadership in the Basque Country, excelling in accessible tourism. Just outside the city borders of Vitoria-Gasteiz and part of the city’s impressive Anillo Verde (Green Belt), the skillfully renovated farmhouse Agroturismo Arkaia is the work of Ángeles and her family.
Las Casas de EA ASTEI are our first example of sustainable tourism leaders in the Basque Country (Spain). Situated in the EA municipality and within the Urdaibai Nature Reserve, this rural, boutique Eco-lodge and corporate retreat combines a great location just off the Cantabrian Coast with five hundred years of history and a warm, welcoming and super efficient wood-based design and architecture.
Even though the Basque Country‘s cities don’t suffer from unsustainable (mass) tourism at a scale similar to that of Barcelona, the Euskadi Government is well aware of the importance of planning and implementing tourism that respects its culture, society and