Where in Europe can you spend a beautiful, relaxing, but also ecologically sound and sustainable vacation? Short answer: In any European country. The more detailed answer: Whether it's France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland or Greece, we at myecostay, as an accommodation platform, offer certified, ecological stays in all of these countries, as well as in Germany, Poland, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Austria and Portugal.

Our company, together with our umbrella brand France écotours, is located in the picturesque eco-house in Frankfurt am Main. From there, we communicate with travelers from all over Europe, primarily in the languages French, German and English – and have thus managed to connect people for many years. Our hosts are for the most part strongly to very strongly committed to their native region, they contribute to the cultural image of their homeland and are thus predestined to make a special kind of vacation possible, namely the so-called “Slow Travel”. Slow Travel is not about the maximum yield of tourist attractions, but about meaningful encounters and experiences. You can surely tell from these lines: We at myecostay connect a great passion with our profession. We hope that this passion can also be seen in our blog. We want to present you for the time before and during your trip – and of course for the time between two trips ;) – the various regions of Europe, explain their specific features, while also culinary and cultural features, and show different accommodation options. After all, whether you're a single person looking for an individual break and therefore traveling through Europe, a family of four planning their well-deserved annual vacation, or a group of ten friends wanting to have fun together and experience new places: each of our accommodations in the different travel regions is unique and offers very specific advantages. This allows you to enjoy Slow Travel and make your vacation an unforgettable event.

A few final notes about this blog category. You will find here mainly information about the different countries in Europe where our accommodations are located – be it hotels, guest or country houses, yurts, tree houses, farms, castles or wineries. We usually structure our entries according to local political borders (e.g. regions in France or federal states in Germany), but if a certain area deserves its own entry, we sometimes make an exception (for example, you can read directly about the city of Paris – and not about the region Île-de-France).

As you can see: Meaningful experiences do not make a stop at national borders. By the way, our blog authors are either hosts, regional experts on the ground, or our in-house writers who regularly get their information from interviews.