Environmental Sustainability and the Luminescent Bike Path


Project description

Nabi Lakes Resort & Glamping has always been committed to reducing its environmental impact, incorporating green architecture since its founding. Daily operations are based on sustainable materials such as aluminum and recycled PET. The resort uses advanced technologies to obtain clean energy, including solar thermal panels, water flow regulating devices and photovoltaic panels. Internal travel is done exclusively by electric vehicles. Since 2020, an average of 10 new trees have been planted every month, helping to replenish the local biosphere and offset CO2 emissions. Currently, the oasis has a forest of more than 500 trees. Another outstanding attraction of Nabi Lakes is Europe's longest natural luminescence bike path. Made of stones that capture sunlight during the day and return it at night, it offers a spectacle of light effects that make the bike ride a fascinating and unique experience.

This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda

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Hotels & Lodges Resorts & Private Islands Tended Camps

Europa Italy / Castel Volturno

  Laghi Nabi, in Castel Volturno, Campania, is a luxury tourist complex created in 2020 by an ambitious environmental redevelopment project through the joint work of expert landscape architects, architects, engineers, skilled craftsmen and hospi...

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