Sustainable tourism and ecotourism in towns: Discover ethno-tourism
From the beginning of its existence as a species, the human being has survived and evolved thanks to its adaptation to the environment that surrounds it. Harvesting and hunting gave way to the cultivation and raising of livestock, and from there to more sophisticated ways of relating to the natural environment. It is curious that this happened millions of years ago, and still mark the way of life of so many populations throughout our geography. It will be because, in spite of the advances, the connection with nature is in our genetic code, and in one way or another we end up going back to it. At Nattule we believe in this idea and we strive to do our bit by bringing you the best ecotourism experiences.
Within environmental tourism, there is a wide variety of activities that involve knowledge of nature through the culture of local populations. Ethnotourism brings you closer to the close relationship that the indigenous environment has had for the formation of a population, both in its economy and in its culture, throughout its history. You will know the importance of the flora and fauna of the environment for the locals, and the myths and legends that many of the species have inspired over time. Whether it is an activity located in a specific town or a route through neighboring towns, a unique experience awaits you in a rural landscape worthy of postcards. It will be an excellent opportunity to share with the family a journey surrounded by nature and the magic of the native culture.
Discovering local history and culture is a passion
Many of these activities include a guided tour by an expert in the area, which will show you all the wonders of the ecosystem in which you move. In many others you can participate in the community's own activities, be it cheese making, beekeeping, dehesa, oil processing, or a host of other possibilities. The best way to approach a culture is to involve yourself in it, and for the little ones it can be the perfect opportunity to know a world completely different from yours. In addition, as it could not be otherwise, to finish soaking up the local spirit, you can taste a meal composed of local products and elaborations, to make your experience something round.
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