Torri Superiore is a sustainable 14th-century medieval village near the Mediterranean sea. In your stay, you can visit the Ligurian mountains or swim in the gorgeous natural waters of Bevera. They aim to regenerate the economic and social aspects of the village while prioritizing sustainability.
You can see this in their organic agriculture, solar thermal panels, and composting toilets. Creating employment based on environmental sustainability and social solidarity is also a goal.
All materials used for the reconstruction of the building are environmentally benign. With green building techniques, they used coconut fibres, corks, and local materials from the village.
Torri Superiore is collaborating with local agencies to better ecotourism, beekeeping, local trade, and social care.
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