Are you looking for a destination for a more sustainable rural getaway?

Are you looking for a destination for a more sustainable rural getaway?

If you've been thinking about taking a rural getaway for a while, but you're not sure where to go, you've come to the right place! Whether you are a lover of nature, history or authentic experiences, this article is for you. We present three exceptional destinations and some rural lodging options in each of them. You'll find that both venues and accommodations are committed to more responsible practices, so get ready for a rural getaway that will allow you to enjoy an incredible, conscious and more sustainable trip.

Pyrenees Barcelona

Known for its avant-garde architecture and bustling urban life, Barcelona is also home to lesser-known rural treasures. A few kilometers from the city, you will find the Barcelona Pyrenees, a mountainous region of indescribable beauty. In this area you will immerse yourself in true nature tourism, and you will be able to enjoy the landscape with activities such as hiking or cycling. Furthermore, if you are someone who enjoys bird watching, you can also take advantage of the opportunity to explore the local biodiversity.

Where to stay? Rústic Vilella rural house, located within the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park, in the Berguedà region, is a fantastic option. Isolated from the urban area, this entity has the Biosphere Certified seal, standing out for its commitment to sustainability with actions such as, for example, promoting the conservation of local cultural and natural heritage.

Historical Villages of Portugal

In the heart of Portugal, you will find a group of 12 historic towns known as the Historic Villages. These charming places have preserved their medieval architecture and will transport you back in time, even more so if you explore the culture and history of the destination by visiting its monuments or museums, such as the Museum of Discoveries or the Jewish Museum, in Belmonte.


If you have the opportunity, take advantage of one of the festivals organized by the towns to better understand their culture, gastronomy and traditions. The “Cogumelo Festival” dedicated to mushrooms, for example, will be celebrated this year on November 17, with the aim of recovering and making this product known.


As for accommodation, Mountain Whisper, in the Coimbra region, is also a Biosphere Certified entity with responsible practices, and will offer you a catalog of various activities to connect with nature, such as mountain biking or canoeing.


Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche

If you are looking for something more adventurous, the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche, in southern Spain, is a perfect destination.

With countless places to visit, such as the Grotto of Wonders or the fortifications of the imposing Aracena Castle, this corner of the Iberian Peninsula offers a variety of experiences for travelers who want to connect with nature and immerse themselves in the authenticity of the rural life.

Here, the Hotel Rural Finca La Media Legua offers accommodation and activities as fun and different as climbing, and will provide you with all the necessary information to carry out responsible tourism. This entity is also Biosphere Certified, so you will have the peace of mind of staying in a charming accommodation that promotes sustainable practices.

These destinations and their rural accommodations will provide you with unforgettable and authentic experiences. By choosing them, you will be contributing to the preservation of these unique environments and supporting local communities, so don't even think about it. Prepare your backpack and immerse yourself in the beauty of rural and more sustainable life.


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