Name it. We mean some of the most blissful destinations around the world and we would see if these few destinations are among your list. We have made this list to suit your preference to a lot of tourist attractions. We may not have listed your favourite place and we would want you to add to the list when you comment. When we mean blissful, we mean that these places have become where you can have fun and have no fear of the surroundings.
Torri Superiore, Italy
From the 13th century medieval village complex of Torri Superiore in Ligurian Alps has been an eco-village that was restored using sustainable woods with an environmental paints and local materials. There water is being heat through solar panels, compostable toilets while the foods are grown on site in permaculture gardens and fruit orchards, in that commune we have just only 20 residents and two donkeys. Visitors take parts in exchange holidays and there also taught about sustainable living.
With the aim of preserving these wonderful rosemary-coloured hills, trickling streams, world-class skiing and snow-shrouded mountains the Swiss are very good in recycling. The country is rated as number one in the world for sustainable tourism in the last Global Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report. It is a home to about 355 ‘Energy Cities’ having embrace a renewable energy and reduce emissions
Helsinki intends to make car ownership a thing of the past by 2025 by changing the travelling system; they are finding original solutions to environmental issues being that technology lies in this transport insurgency. With the snap of a finger smart phones users can demand for buses that makes use of algorithms to form the best routes for its passengers. Putting all this together to the city’s ubiquitous nature reserves and strict eco policies you will be getting one of the finest and ever green capitals in Europe.
Pitcairn Islands is set to become one of the world’s largest marine reserve park in no distant time because of the water that is surrounding it courtesy of the UK government that recently announced of the plans of protect 834,000 sq km (322,000 sq miles) of ocean around the British overseas territory. The pacific archipelago sea is a home to 80 species of fish and coral which entices scuba divers and snorkelers all over the world. The is a plan to protect this archipelago that is inhabited by the descendents of HMS Bountymutineers.
The Isle of Eigg, Scotland
Isle of Eigg is owned by a consortium of local residents, Highland Council and the Scottish Wildlife Trust who in 1997 gathered all their resources together to buy the Island at the coast of mainland Scotland. After the purchase the owners of the Island has been able to be the first to establish the world’s first completely renewable electricity grid, a developed sustainable ecotourism industry ensuring that the Island becomes a wildlife haven for species like the puffins, golden eagles and minke whales.
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