At the Auberge des VoyaJoueurs, the terrace floor covering is made out of… crushed peach stones !
A great way to revalue the waste for a very esthetic and comfy result.
Anne-Sophie Hochet, the owner of the place, explain that it is also a way to introduce her responsible approach. Indeed, the visitors, curious about this floor covering, ask question to know what it is. It is a good springboard to explain sustainable tourism at the Auberge des VoyaJoueurs.
We have to admit that you must make a super feast of peach to fill the terrace but why not mix the peach stones with other fruit stones (cherry, mango, apricot,…), let’s be creative !
|Name||Type of facility||Environment||Country||Swap?|
|L'Auberge des VoyaJoueurs||Hotels & guest houses||rural||France||No|
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|Trombe wall for passive solar heating||Construction and Lay out, Energy|
|Green Trek, the ecological hiking||Heritage and Biodiversity, Travellers Awareness, Waste Management|
|Making of a Temazcal: Mesoamerican sweat lodge||Construction and Lay out|
|Resort to an ESAT||Social Responsibility, Waste Management|