In the middle of the Aegean Sea, off the beaten track, lies the enchanting island of Folegandros,a jewel of the greek Cyclades. Known for its unspoilt beauty and authentic atmosphere, Folegandros offers travellers the opportunity to immerse themselves in the slow pace of island life and experience a sustainable way of life that is deeply rooted in tradition.

Residing alongside five kilometers of pristine Mexican coastline is the 36,000-acre Chamela-Cuixmala Biosphere Reserve; within this oasis sits Cuixmala, recognized as being at the forefront of eco-luxury travel. Here the boundaries separating guests from nature are dissolved, whilst being one of the most luxurious places to stay in the world.

Puerto Escondido in the Mexican state of Oaxaca is a center of attraction for sun and sea lovers from all over the world. In particular, the beaches around La Punta Zicatela are a paradise for surfers; the year-round summer temperatures due to the geographical location on the southern Pacific coast of Mexico ensure a constant influx of tourists. The need for new hotels near the beach is therefore not surprising.

Situated deep in the Swedish forests, close to a tiny winter sport area, a small traditional wooden retreat sits on top of a ridge formed millions of years ago. Besides the pine forest covering the fault, the surrounding landscape is a low undulating region of heaths and ridges that rise above gently sloping sandy beaches and small beach towns. Now completely remodeled, the space feels entirely intertwined with nature – both in terms of materiality and outlook …

The “Red Sea Project” is one of the most ambitious regenerative projects in the world. From 2023, the western coast of Saudi Arabia will feature a new form of barefoot luxury spanning over 28,000 square kilometers, with an archipelago of more than 90 untouched natural islands, plus dormant volcanoes, deserts, mountains and cultural sites.