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What is a travel certificate? When and where is it needed? How to get a travel certificate? Which countries are in the “Green List”? These are all questions that, after the long period of travel restrictions due to Covid-19, fill us with hope: soon we will be able to...
On the Ligurian side of Lunigiana, the so-called Land of the Hundred Castles, a small town along the ancient Via Francigena preserves a great artistic heritage: find out what to see in Sarzana among fortresses, archaeological sites, churches and historic buildings.
Finale Ligure, in the Italian Riviera, offers sandy beaches and many outdoor opportunities: it’s a perfect destination for your summer holidays, but not only… Discover its historical attractions and rich culinary tradition.
On the borders of the Italian Riviera, between Liguria and Tuscany, the small village of Tellaro awaits you with its colorful houses and churches overlooking the sea of the Gulf of Poets.
A new local node of Fairbnb.coop is born: by renting holiday homes in Cuneo province, on the border between Italy and France, it will be possible to support community projects in rural and mountain areas.
Get a taste of your next holiday with these traditional recipes proposed by our local communities. Take a culinary trip: from Italian lasagna to Portuguese bacalhau, from Andalusian salmorejo to Provencal desserts, start dreaming of your next destination.
Biochar is a natural fertilizer that can contribute to SDG 5 “Life on land”, making agriculture more eco-sustainable and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. In Liguria it will be produced thanks to the Co.Co.Farm 2021 project, with the support of travelers who book on Fairbnb.coop.
Dreaming of an outdoor travel surrounded by nature? The province of Cuneo offers you an immense cultural and naturalistic heritage, a very rich culinary and enological tradition and many opportunities to practice outdoor activities, in every season.
With Fairbnb.coop you can receive travelers who respect local cultures and are sensitive to the ecological footprint of their holidays. Follow these tips to become a sustainable Host, ready to welcome responsible travelers.