Agritourism alicanta

Rural tourism in Alicante

Sustainable ecotourism

Encounter with nature without losing comfort.

Sustainable ecotourism is an approach to travel that seeks to minimize negative impacts on the environment and local communities, while promoting biodiversity conservation and sustainable economic development.

Sustainable ecotourism is based on nature conservation, environmental responsibility, benefits to local communities, education, authentic experiences and sustainable planning.

By adopting these principles, sustainable ecotourism can contribute to the conservation of the environment, the well-being of local communities and the responsible enjoyment of travelers.

Glamping + Agritourism

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Escape to rural luxury

RoamRoots is the meeting of nature and modern luxury. Experiential travel is an authentic way to connect with nature, gastronomy and peace.

Experiential packs

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130€ / night


Live the most direct experience with nature.

490€ / night

Experiential pack

Environment, gastronomy and activities.

320€ / night

Rural house

Rural environment with all the urban comforts.

90€ / person

Gastronomic tasting

Discover the authentic flavor of local agriculture.

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Some important aspects of agrotourism in Alicante include:

  1. Biodiversity conservation: Sustainable ecotourism is based on the conservation of natural ecosystems and the protection of biodiversity. Ecotourism destinations are usually protected natural areas, national parks or nature reserves where the conservation of local flora and fauna is encouraged.

  2. Environmental responsibility: Tour operators and travelers are committed to minimizing their impact on the natural environment. This involves practices such as proper waste management, efficient use of natural resources, promotion of renewable energy and reduction of carbon emissions.

  3. Benefit to local communities: Sustainable ecotourism seeks to generate benefits for local communities, both economic and social. This can be achieved through the hiring of local staff, support for community enterprises and projects, and the active participation of communities in tourism decision-making and management.

  4. Awareness and education: Sustainable ecotourism seeks to raise awareness about the importance of conservation and sustainability. Visitors are educated about the natural and cultural values of the destination, and are encouraged to adopt responsible behaviors during their stay.

  5. Authentic and respectful experiences: Sustainable ecotourism offers travelers the opportunity to experience and enjoy local nature and culture in a respectful and authentic way. This involves activities such as hiking through nature trails, bird watching, interaction with indigenous communities, among others.

  6. Sustainable planning and management: Ecotourism destinations require careful planning and effective management to ensure long-term sustainability. This involves collaboration between different stakeholders, such as governments, local communities, environmental organizations and tour operators, to establish policies and practices that promote sustainability.