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.
Perhaps you’ve never heard of the concept of “circular economy”, but you’re sure to agree with its principles. Knowing the impact of climate change, who wouldn’t be concerned about energy waste, the generation of plastic waste and the damage being done to ecosystems? The regions of Barcelona are very environmentally conscious; several political and citizen-driven initiatives exist aimed at fostering a more environmentally-friendly lifestyle. We also promote sustainable tourism, so here are five suggestions for conserving the environment we all share.
Half-way between the Montseny Massif and the Pyrenees, Sau Valley and Collsacabra Plateau is a complex landscape, most known for its cliff faces, abundant water and isolated villages, rich in legends. This is a landscape where nature exerts a hypnotic effect on the visitor and that, once seen, alwys stays with you. If you visit the area, part of your heart will remain here forever!
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