Australian tiny-homes company Tiny Away is launching eight houses in Europe.
One of Australia's largest tiny-homes companies, Tiny Away, is going big, with the launch of eight houses in Italy, Spain, France, and Sweden. Take in Under the Tuscan Sun-worthy scenery from Dolce Casa, located in the sleepy town of Rigutino, about one-hour drive south-east of Florence, or bliss out in the middle of a Nordic forest by checking into Bostebacken Gard in the town of Alingsas, Sweden.
"Tiny house stays are a growing tourism movement around the world," says Tiny Away co-founder Jeff Yeo. "Small and sustainable accommodation help entice more people out of the cities to connect with the natural wonders while treading lightly on the ecosystems and communities they visit."
Speaking of ecosystems, the travel operator has also just partnered with gaming app Guardians of Earth, which can tell you about the biodiversity around you once you check into a Tiny Home, allowing you to explore local flora and fauna, and truly immerse yourself in nature. For more info, visit tinyaway.com; guardiansofearth.io/tinyaway
Read more on Explore: