Sustainable tourism

We invite you to discover, enjoy and respect our territory by practising ethical and sustainable tourism.

10 ideas for being a responsible traveller

 

Ideas for a sustainable trip

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

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? 

<p>Sant Pere de Torelló</p>

The tram and train are the greenest public transport systems. But if in addition to being environmentally friendly you also want to do some exercise and travel around at your own pace, perhaps you should explore the different types of active and sustainable transport promoted in the regions of Barcelona. Getting around on foot, by bike or on horseback can only bring you benefits, so get moving! Green mobility awaits you!

<p>More than 30 Blue Flag beaches on the Costa Barcelona</p>

With 100 kilometres of beaches on the Costa Barcelona, choosing one is no easy task. Where to go to enjoy some sun and sea? One factor that may help you decide is knowing which beaches hold the Blue Flag seal of quality. Well, in 2021, the blue flag is flying at 31 beaches along our coastline. Problem solved!

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