Travel is more sustainable
We've all heard of it and probably seen it - overtourism. This phenomenon occurs when the high number of tourists in the destination becomes a disruptive factor. Not only are there annoying crowds here, the infrastructure of the destination is usually insufficient to cater to locals and tourists at the same time. This includes roads, sewage treatment plants, but also police and fire stations. After all, the demand for capacity only shoots up in the high season, which usually only moves a few months. Did you know, for example, that Mallorca often suffers from a water shortage in summer because the island, which is already dry in summer, has to share its water supplies with the many tourists? When traveling in the off-season, you avoid putting additional strain on infrastructure and supplies, as the capacities are completely sufficient during these times.