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Glamping. Chic eco-sustainable lodgings from Italy’s southern coast to the Dolomites 

Monday, 22 November 2021 09:53

For those who want to luxuriate in nature without renouncing the amenities of a grand hotel, glamping is offering a growing range of original and chic options. The Nabi Lakes, formerly sand quarries on the Litorale Domizio (CE) coastal area in the province of Caserta below Naples, are the first Natural Oasis in the Campania region. They are also site of the first glamping facility in Southern Italy: the 4-star Plana Resort & SPA with luxury tents and lodges that rest on floating banks and piers and literally float on the water.

glamping.jpegSleeping under a roof of stars in the Dolomites 

The glamping facilities in the Toblacher See area, on Lake Dobbiaco (BZ) nestled in the Dolomites, are not simple chalets but futuristic structures perfectly integrated into the environment in which you can really sleep under a roof of stars. The Skyview Chalets are for those who love freedom but also maximum comfort; twelve glass cubes in local fabrics and wood with the Deluxe category boasting infrared saunas and Jacuzzis on the panoramic terraces. The organic farm-to-table breakfasts are delivered by electric quad and left at the door.

Genuine Mongolian yurts in a WWF oasis

Ca’ Cigolara is an agritourism camp on six hectares overlooking the WWF Ghirardi Regional Oasis. This corner of Mongolia in a natural Apennine paradise is in the Alta Valtaro area, not far from the city of Parma. The eco-sustainable camp has nine genuine Mongolian yurts in natural materials, and are simply furnished but very comfortable.  Standing on wooden platforms they offer excellent insulation from the cold and have lights, private external toilets, and in the colder months pellet stoves. Guests can enjoy plenty of outdoor activities including horse riding, mountain biking, guided excursions, bird watching, yoga, shiatsu, and snowshoeing in winter.

Meditation and holistic experiences in Piedmont’s Alps

Yurte Soul Shelter (Om and Shanti) in Gassino Torinese (TO) is in a forest on the hills just 20 minutes from Turin. The eco-sustainable wooden Mongolian yurts are made from natural marterials, have low-consumption lamps and are heated with wood and sanitized with natural detergents. They also have a large panoramic terrace overlooking the Piedmont Alps and guests can partake in meditation, yoga and other holistic disciplines.

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