The responsible accommodation of Italy
Agriturismo Biologico Sant’Egle, Hotel in Sorano
Discover the beautiful Maremma region of Tuscany from Agriturismo Biologico Sant’Egle.
B&B Anna Maria, a bed and breakfast near Lake Garda
Around the Great Lakes region in Italy, in the Autonomous Province of Trento, hides a valley classified as a Unesco Biosphere Reserve since 2015: the Ledro Valley.
Camina Cortina, a hotel with spa in the Dolomites in Italy
Welcome to Northern Italy, in Cortina d’Ampezzo, in the heart of the Dolomites mountain range.
La Forestale : a nature interlude in an ecolodge in Italy in the heart of the Furlo Gorges
Welcome to the Marche region, away from the hustle and bustle of the Italian tourist areas.
La Bessannaise, a vacation village in Savoie
Grandiose landscapes, preserved nature and steep peaks: welcome to the Vanoise National Park in the Alps
Olympic SPA Hotel, a spa hotel in Val di Fassa in the Dolomites
Welcome to Olympic SPA Hotel, a 4 star superior hotel nestled in the heart of the autonomous province of Trento, facing the Dolomite mountain range.
Casale Romano 1989, a hotel near Etna
Casal dei Fichi
Casal dei Feichi is located in the Marches.
Eco Park Hotel Azaela
The Azaela Eco Park Hotel is located in the Dolomites mid-mountain, in north-eastern Italy.
Casale Hortensiae is 1 hour from Rome by car and 40 minutes by train.
All the addresses of eco-friendly hotels in Italy
Bathed in sunshine for most of the year, surrounded by the pleasant waters of the Mediterranean and Adriatic seas, the Big Boot has many assets to make your next holiday a success! Discover our selection of eco-friendly hotels in Italy and choose the region of this beautiful country you wish to discover. Whether you're a fan of alpine hikes or long sunbathing sessions on the sand, you're bound to find something to suit your taste when you plan a responsible trip to Italy. If there's one thing that will make all your travellers agree, it's the Italian gastronomy!
Sustainable tourism in Italy
Italy, the world's 4th largest tourist destination, is beginning to suffer significantly from mass tourism, especially in the most popular areas. This is the case of Venice, for example. Overtourism is not only a question of loss of quality of life for the inhabitants. Other popular areas such as Lombardy, Tuscany and Campania are seeing some places fill up with sometimes unscrupulous travellers.
In this context, several initiatives are being launched to promote sustainable tourism in Italy. Venice has introduced an entrance fee to limit mass tourism and finance the maintenance of the city. A partnership with Airbnb has also been developed to encourage rural tourism in Italy.
In terms of transport, the rail network is well developed and linked to that of France. There are daily trains from Paris to Milan and Turin. This means you can easily travel to Italy by rail and limit the carbon footprint of your journey. In the Big Boot, the train even offers some unusual experiences, such as getting on a boat to cross the arm of the sea between Sicily and the mainland. This is a travel adventure to be experienced!
Eco-friendly hotels in Italy
Our Ethik'Hotels are the perfect places to experience the Dolce Vita and ecotourism in Italy. Often bathed in Mediterranean sunshine, with the sea or the mountains nearby, you will discover Italy in the best possible way. With a few addresses in lesser-known regions, such as the Marche region, you will also get ideas for exploring the Big Boot off the beaten track.
And of course, what would a trip to Italy be without the country's gastronomy? Some of our addresses will offer you a convivial table d'hôte or will delight you with the fresh produce of their organic vegetable garden. Finally, others will advise you on the best restaurants in the area to treat your taste buds to delicious Italian dishes.
So what are you waiting for to discover our selection of eco-friendly hotels in Italy and plan your next trip?