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Posted by Mark Rowe at 09:45 on Thursday 15 December 2016
Mark Rowe treks along the new 15-mile extension of the Coleridge Way from Porlock, and comes across a herd of Exmoor red deer, England's...
Posted by at 11:33 on Tuesday 29 November 2016
The Youth Hostel Association is offering a 20% discount for stays at selected London hostels so you can get away to the capital this winter without...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 03:16 on Sunday 13 November 2016
Jini Reddy, author of the recently published book Wild Times, picks out some of her favourite experiences in Britain that connect us with nature and...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 02:47 on Friday 21 October 2016
Co-wheels car club has launched on the Isle of Wight, providing visitors and residents access to hybrid and low emission cars at key locations across...
Posted by at 09:58 on Tuesday 18 October 2016
Brittany Ferries has 2 fabulous promotions: Save up to 20% on 2017 holidays to France & Spain and 3 Nights for 2 when you stay at selected French...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 06:22 on Thursday 13 October 2016
To mark its 40th anniversary, the Two Moors Way walking route is being relaunched this autumn alongside a whole host of trail improvements and new...
Posted by Sarah Baxter at 04:26 on Wednesday 12 October 2016
As we launch our Greentraveller's Guide to Germany, Sarah Baxter celebrates some of the country's special protected areas, from wildlife-...
Posted by Sarah Baxter at 11:09 on Wednesday 12 October 2016
As we launch our Greentraveller's Guide to Germany, Sarah Baxter reveals some of Germany's finest edible delights, from kirsch-soaked black...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 09:52 on Friday 07 October 2016
Blogger Victoria Watts Kennedy discovers the beautiful beaches and wildlife in Germany's Wadden Sea National Park.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:40 on Wednesday 07 September 2016
Our latest video is about cycling in glorious parts of Southern England whether you're on a road bike, mountain bike or hybrid...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 09:20 on Tuesday 06 September 2016
The UK’s AONBs have come together to organise a 9-day programme of events to help people enjoy these protected areas, from 17-25 September 2016.
Posted by Harriet OBrien at 11:22 on Tuesday 16 August 2016
As part of our Greentraveller's Guide to Normandy, writer Harriet O’Brien takes a foodie tour of Normandy and tastes ice cider and succulent...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 11:06 on Tuesday 16 August 2016
The 2016 Cycle-Rail Photography Competition has been announced as part of the annual National Cycle-Rail Awards promoting integrated cycle-rail...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 09:14 on Thursday 11 August 2016
As we launch our Greentraveller's Guide to Naxos and the Small Cyclades, Florence Fortnam explores the archipelago by boat, mountain bike and...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 03:20 on Wednesday 10 August 2016
As we launch our Greentraveller's Guide to Naxos and the Small Cyclades, Florence Fortnam discovers some of the islands' finest native...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 09:37 on Wednesday 10 August 2016
Greentraveller and the Greek National Tourism Organisation Board (GNTO UK & Ireland) have published an online guide to Naxos and the Small...
Posted by at 10:08 on Sunday 18 July 2010
Here's our guide to taking bikes on a train in the UK and Ireland, and details of the bike policies of the main railway companies.
Posted by at 08:38 on Wednesday 17 March 2010
Check out craft holidays in Ireland from Catherine Mack's selection of the country's finest
Posted by at 11:07 on Monday 29 July 2013
Our guide to how to travel to and around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park without a car.
Posted by at 09:37 on Wednesday 15 September 2010
LD Lines launches a new ferry service between St. Nazaire, Britanny, France and Gijon in Northern Spain.
Posted by Yvonne Gordon at 09:02 on Friday 19 August 2011
Our guide to Berlin, Europe's most eco-hip capital. We show you the best places to stay, where to eat and drink, and how to get around the city...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:23 on Tuesday 22 March 2011
Today we've launched our handy pocket-sized map of Green London - a guide to eco-friendly restaurants, hotels, cafes and attractions in the...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:15 on Monday 11 December 2006
Lundy Island is managed by the Landmark Trust, which has restored over 20 of the island's buildings making them available all year round as...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 01:39 on Saturday 30 December 2006
Review of Loch Ossian Hostel, Scottish Highlands | Richard Hammond
Posted by Richard Hammond at 09:12 on Friday 14 August 2009
Greentraveller tells you how to get to New Zealand without flying.
Posted by at 03:30 on Friday 31 May 2013
Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre is the one stop shop for any visitor to this part of the Brecon Beacons, discovers John Sannaee.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 03:34 on Wednesday 28 March 2007
As green travel has become big business it has sparked a rise in faux ecotourism, or 'greenwashing', GreenTraveller's Richard Hammond reports on the...
Posted by at 09:22 on Monday 18 October 2010
Travelling overnight can be one of the most romantic ways to travel - here are some of the best sleeper services in Europe.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:07 on Monday 28 December 2015
From swimming in the Aegean to hiking along the little-known Glyndŵr's Way National Trail, here are some of our favourite experiences from 2015...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 01:01 on Saturday 17 February 2007
Our guide to top of the best eco-friendly weekends in the UK and France.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:22 on Wednesday 11 November 2009
With climate change already shortening ski seasons, it’s hard to ignore the fact that indulging our love of snowy holidays is hastening their demise...
Posted by at 10:50 on Friday 20 November 2015
As we celebrate our Greentraveller's Guide to Lesvos and Chios, Sian Lewis explores the tastes of the island of Chios, from fragrant tangerines...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:28 on Monday 15 January 2007
Hertz Car Rentals now offer greener cars for rental | Richard Hammond
Posted by Richard Hammond at 05:46 on Tuesday 16 January 2007
Lorna Howarth, co-editor of Resurgence Magazine, wonders if there is any such thing as eco-tourism..."LAST YEAR I was asked to participate in a new...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 06:09 on Wednesday 29 November 2006
Train travel expert The Man in Seat 61 lists his top 10 short breaks by rail...Barcelona and FigueresVenice and VeronaDublinBerlin and...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 12:14 on Friday 19 January 2007
After Slow Food, here comes Slow Travel...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 05:15 on Friday 19 January 2007
We don't have to let tourism take us to hell in a hand cart...The following article is written by Richard Hammond for Green Futures magazine, with...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 03:08 on Friday 19 January 2007
The Association of Independent Operators (AITO) has given this year's award for 'Achievement in Responsible Tourism' to KE Adventure Travel, which...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:25 on Saturday 20 January 2007
New Zealand is one giant adventure playground, and although familiar hotspots such as the Bay of Islands and Queenstown won’t disappoint, there are...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 04:49 on Wednesday 29 November 2006
Press release issued by Friends of the Earth on the threat of climate change and its implications for the British travel industry | Richard Hammond
Posted by Richard Hammond at 05:00 on Thursday 18 January 2007
The following is a press release issued today by Friends of the Earth: Carbon off-settingJan 18 2006 A smoke-screen against action to cut...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:51 on Thursday 18 January 2007
"A quality mark plan for carbon offset schemes, designed to give consumers greater confidence that their money is reducing emissions, has been...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:59 on Wednesday 20 December 2006
See the full article by Tom Robbins about the costs of carbon offsetting
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:42 on Tuesday 23 January 2007
"Air travel may be increasing yet a small, but growing number of people are turning their backs on flying in favour of land travel, in an attempt to...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:51 on Wednesday 24 January 2007
The following comment is by Alastair Sawday, publisher of Special Places to Stay. It was first published on Alastair's blog.Fear of flying - it's not...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 03:14 on Thursday 25 January 2007
"Yes", says Anthony Lambert in the Independent. A new pan-European rail timetable published today "heralds a year of accelerations and improvements...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:07 on Saturday 27 January 2007
Much of the north of Spain is known historically as Green Spain, which has more to do with a wetter climate than a commitment to saving the planet....
Posted by Richard Hammond at 10:08 on Saturday 27 January 2007
Travelling to Spain doesn't have to mean having to fly, so here is our guide on how to reach Bilboa, or Santander, the greenest way possible.