Written by the founder and publisher of The Alternative Health Guides, a web and print guide for Vermont and New Hampshire, Green Earth Guide is a one-stop reference that provides travelers in France with tips to stay green and healthy even when traveling. Green Earth Guide contains current, comprehensive listings of health food stores and farmers’ markets, public transit information, alternative health care facilities, green businesses, organic vineyards, renewable energy resources, yoga and spiritual centers, national parks, and other green places of interest. Written in a friendly, accessible style with personal anecdotes, how-to travel tips, and practical information, the book offers an insider’s guide to healthy living on the road. With Green Earth Guide, readers don’t have to sacrifice healthy habits and ecolifestyle choices just because they are in a foreign country.
Green Earth Guide helps travelers have a wonderful, fulfilling vacation while leaving a smaller footprint wherever they venture in France. Included is a 16-page color insert.
“Unlike the usual guidebook fare, the Green Earth Guides offer an insider’s guide to healthy living on the road so you don’t have to sacrifice your healthy habits and lifestyle choices just because you are away from home.”
“[The Green Earth Guides] are a portable catalog of farmers' markets, health food stores, yoga studios, organic vineyards, parks, public transportation systems, and eco-friendly businesses--all with contact information and helpful tips, so you can stick to your green routine while taking in the sights abroad.”
“Let’s face it, the GreenDexes in many Lonely Planet guides don’t contain everything you want to know about traveling green in a country. Luckily, Dorian Yates is to the rescue with her Green Earth Guide series.”
—Go Green Travel Green
“If you want to support local and sustainable economies while traveling in Spain, you must have the essential Green Earth Guide. A one-stop resource for organic food, natural health care, public transport, renewable energy sites, and eco-accommodations—don’t go to Spain without it.”
—Helena Norberg-Hodge, author of Ancient Futures: Learning from Ladakh and founder of the International Society for Ecology and Cultures
“Green Earth Guide: Traveling Naturally in Spain is indispensable for locavores and anyone who loves fresh, organic food, as well as for vegetarians and people with special diet needs.”
—Eugenia Bone, author of Well-Preserved and At Mesa’s Edge
“Unlike any other guidebook, the Green Earth Guide highlights the ecological side of Spain, bringing you closer to the people and the landscape, all with a small carbon footprint. Do yourself and the planet a favor—grab a copy of the guide—great for travelers by land or by sea.”
—Daniel Hays, author of My Old Man and the Sea and On Whale Island