Tiny house with hottub

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Close your eyes and imagine - a tiny house with a hot tub in nature. Oh, that would be great! Relax, calm and singing birds…

The houses are built with the help of ten different types of wood, local stone and non-standard metal products. They have a living room and a bedroom, a bathroom with a sauna, a shower and a toilet. Alternative energy sources are used to minimize the impact on the environment. Take a look at our offers for tiny houses with a hottube and be ready for a real vacation!.

European Flora

Human activity has played a decisive role in the modification of flora in Europe, in addition to the geographical transformations that this continent has undergone over time as a result of natural phenomena, human activity has destroyed many ecosystems and Europe is not a continent that is saved from it, this is something known and quite clear today.

The forests found in the northernmost mountainous areas are those that have been managed to remain “intact” in a sense, as are those found in the north and center of what would become European Russia. The rest have been affected by humans to a lesser or greater extent, however, a lot of flora can be described from many of its regions, since not all human activity has been negative, a small percentage of actions have had a positive influence. For example, a large part of Europe's forests have been reforested and there you can find deciduous trees and coniferous plants such as maples, oaks, pines, firs and mixed elms. Some forests have reappeared on land that was previously cleared and untouched again, allowing certain plants to grow on it.

As for the arctic regions, you can see tundra vegetation, that is, dwarf shrubs, mosses, lichens, trees at certain points, herbs, among other things. Which grow due to the polar climate that characterizes these types of areas. Some areas of Europe with tundra are a little colder than others, so you can see grasslands in certain places and mosses or lichens in other places, in addition to that in mountain ranges and plateaus there is alpine tundra. In those tundras it is also possible to see wild flowers, for the rest you can see long territories in the plain of Europe that have meadows and also tall grasses, you can also see spruce and pine trees in the coniferous forests that really abound throughout this continent, although there are also flat and dry areas where you can see short grasses.

As for the fruits of the trees or shrubs that are in the lands that are near the Mediterranean, you can see olives and various types of olives in many provinces, grapes(there are a considerable amount of vineyards in Europe), some are also seen fig trees, fruits, angiosperm plants such as rutáceas,

European fauna

Depending on the geographical area in which they live, a large number of species of various classes, orders and families can be found. The fauna of Europe also extends through what is known as the Great Steppe that extends through the center of Eurasia and groups savannas, scrublands, grasslands and other types of biomes that can be seen from Moldova to Siberia and Hungary.

Among the species that can be seen in these meadows are sheep, goats, camels, and yaks. Horses are also found in these areas and are used by man for combat activities or for transportation. What is known as the Eurasian steppe does not really have a great extension in Eastern Europe but in central Asia, only in Western Russia, Ukraine and the Pannonian Plain are those that are within this classification of prairies, which also contain the species mentioned above to rodents belonging to the Arvicolinae family, European squirrels and the jackal.

In the mountain regions the species have not been so affected by the activity of people unlike others that live in different areas. In these regions are the Pyrenees, which are often limited to certain areas. Two species can be observed in the Pyrenees mountain range, the Iberian desman and the salamander mainly. The brown bear is a species that has recolonized many spaces for millions of years, those that are native to the Pyrenees of Europe were hunted to the point that they are almost part of the list of Extinct Animals because of man but in 1996 it was reintroduced in their habitat. As for the Alps, the fauna observed here is characterized by the presence of Alpine marmots, Alpine lagópods, wild Alpine goats, Italian wolves, lynxes, chamois, other brown bears and other species. All this in a journey of approximately 1,500 kilometers between Central and Eastern Europe.



World-famous, this destination has it all: it is the capital of Alsace wines and its undisputed wine tourism. Colmar is number one on the podium of the best European destination: a well-deserved award. You can drive along the wine route and visit some wine estates or just take a walk among the vineyards. It is also a perfect destination for lovers, lovers of history, foodies, lovers of music and culture.

Colmar can be visited all year round. The city is especially magical during Christmas: with my famous Christmas market and amazing Christmas decorations. This destination is also worth in the spring with its markets and numerous cultural events such as the Culture and Music Festival. What about summer and autumn? These seasons are ideal for a tourist bus ride in the surrounding area and nearby villages, ideal for walking with family and friends. Did you know that Colmar is the sunniest city in France with 300 sunny days a year?


One of the most beautiful and prestigious coastal destinations in Europe, Cascais boasts a perfect location, just two steps from the capital and the international airport and other landmarks such as the historic Sintra(a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the resort town of Ericeira(World surfing center) and the National Palace in Mafra(Portuguese Versailles). With its mild year-round climate, the Portuguese Riviera offers a surprising variety of landscapes and attractions - from leisure to business, golf, sun, sea and water sports, the city simply has it all and offers a new definition of ecology-based and active tourism concepts.


Vienna, along with Vienna with Paris, Rome, Bruges and Prague, is one of the European capitals of love. Perfect destination for families as well, as it is one of the safest cities in Europe. The Austrian capital combines history with gastronomy, wine, special markets, chic restaurants and modern bars, as well as amusement parks for young and old. Don't forget to get on one of the most beautiful and big Viennese wheels in Europe and listen to Johann Strauss's "Blue Danube", after which you can make your marriage proposal or treat yourself to a tour of the biggest landmark, Schönbrunn Palace, and to learn how to make the famous Viennese "apple strudel".


The most common in Europe is the temperate climate. The western regions are characterized by a temperate maritime climate(with small annual temperature amplitudes, mild winters and moderately warm summers), and the eastern regions - a temperate continental climate(with significant temperature amplitudes, cold winters, warm and hot summers). In the subtropical belt of Europe there is a Mediterranean type of climate(with hot dry summers and mild humid winters).