Istra ecoxperience

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Water restriction of the first degree has been introduced in the County of Istria

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  • What is Istra Ecoxperience?

    Dear friends of green tourism and all of you soon to become!

    Nature, culture, tradition and people are important aspects of green tourism, and with this brochure we wanted to put in one place and inform you on certified eco amenities and offer in Istria, ranging from accommodation to eco producers, green beaches and events nurturing this philosophy, all the way to the protected areas of Istria, eco museums and eco-friendly activities.

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  • Public invitation to join Eco Domus

    This is a continuation of the activities aimed at diversifying private accommodation in the County of Istria, which began with the Istra Bike&Bed project and now continues with the Eco Domus programme. The programme encourages private accommodation providers to adapt and offer their facilities and services in a responsible and sustainable manner.

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  • NECSTouR Declares a Climate Emergency

    NECSTouR, the Network of European Regions for Competitive and Sustainable Tourism, recognises the urgent need to address climate change. The network, comprising 36 regions of Europe (including Region Istria) and 28 associated members, has signed up to Tourism Declares, an initiative that supports tourism destinations, organisations and businesses by declaring a climate emergency and taking action to reduce carbon emissions. The biggest long-term challenge – and opportunity – for the tourism industry is sustainability and taking climate action. Tourism has a significant impact on carbon emissions; and our industry also stands to be adversely impacted by climate change. It is therefore vital that we ensure tourism also plays a role in contributing to a solution.

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Special Report about Istria on the Ecobnb.it Website

Continental Croatia meets the Adriatic in Istria, the heart-shaped, peninsula in the country's northwest. Here, Italophiles will feel like home, as most of the population is still bilingual, speaking Italian and Croatian.

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