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<p>Green education</p>
Relaxed

With more than a thousand hectares of protected areas, the regions of Barcelona are the ideal destination for losing oneself in nature. But before you reach for your backpack, let’s talk about the flora and fauna and everything you have to do in order to enjoy an environmentally responsible visit. If you follow the five general rules listed below, you’ll be helping to conserve nature for future generations.

Curious

Enjoying culinary pleasures is one of the great attractions of travelling, but with it comes great responsibility, since the way in which food is produced can have a negative impact on the ecology and biodiversity of the places we visit. To ensure that our culinary choices don’t harm local natural resources or compromise the capacity of future generations to continue savouring top-quality ingredients, we should start asking ourselves the following question more often: Is it sustainable? Here are five simple tips that will help you answer it.

<p>Beaches forever</p>
Family-oriented

Going to the beach is many people’s favourite holiday activity, and with more than 100 kilometres of seafront, the regions of Barcelona are the ideal destination for beach lovers. However, in order to maintain a clean, well-conserved coastline, it’s essential to be environmentally aware. Here are five basic tips to ensure sustainable tourism on the Costa Barcelona.

<p>A walk in the woods</p>
Relaxed

Lots of people dream of a holiday in the countryside, staying in the heart of nature, trying typical dishes, discovering traditional trades and experiencing village life. Are you one of them? Keep reading! You’ll find a selection of suggestions for enjoying sustainable rural tourism in the regions of Barcelona.

<p>Wine tourism in the Penedès region</p>
Relaxed

Beyond the Collserola Mountains that embrace Barcelona, there are plenty of little-known beauty spots through which you can discover the essence of the regions of Barcelona, while enjoying more peace and quiet.

<p>Walden 7, a famous landmark in Sant Just Desvern</p>
Relaxed

Given the growing concern about environmental issues and climate change, more and more people prefer to travel without polluting at all or as little as possible. Proponents of sustainable tourism try to avoid using cars, buses, planes and cruise ships, and when they can choose between different means of transport they choose the one with the smallest carbon footprint. Are you one of them? 

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“De Centelles, bruixes totes elles” (“In Centelles, they’re witches, every single one of them”). True to the local saying, Centell...

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The wildest carnival in Central Catalonia

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This is one of the most famous festivals in the Barcelona region. The Sitges Carnival is more than 100 years old!