Go green...

Small steps go a long way

It's time for a new way of travel

For your green vacation make some ethical choices. Let us inspire you by our sustainable proposals.

Monthly tips to be a more sustainable traveler

Veganuary is the perfect month to enjoy vegan and local specialities. And if you're curious to get into the kitchen, try the tasty green recipe too!

Ticino's commitment

Ticino, its companies, and its inhabitants are committed to the theme of sustainability and to promoting it as best they can. There are several sector partners in Ticino that actively support the vision of sustainable tourism. Watch the interviews with 6 Ticino structures and discover how they adhere to the Swisstainable initiative promoted by Switzerland Tourism.

Reduce YOUR impact on the environment

Recycling and waste sorting are important! Make a difference and dispose of your rubbish in the designated waste bins. And why not reduce your footprint? You can compensate for transport by paying a little extra when buying tickets or through organisations such as Myclimate, which invest this money in projects related to environmental protection.

Accessible tourism

Ticino is accessible to everyone and offers high quality services with an eye for any special requirements.

did you know?
The inhabitants of the Bavona Valley have chosen to have no electricity supply. Energy needs are met through the use of solar panels.
The recently finalized Gotthard wind farm consists of 5 wind turbines (each with a power of 2.35 MW) which together will produce between 16 and 20 GWh of electricity each year. Enough to meet the needs of all households in Upper Ticino.
The longest bikesharing route (50.8 km) goes from Bellinzona to Bignasco. There are over 700 bikes available along the route, including around 400 electric bikes.