Love nests not only on Valentine's Day

It is Valentine’s Day – the day dedicated to lovers. According to the legend, today’s Valentine’s Day got its name from the priest Valentin of Rome. The Christian Valentin married couples, despite the prohibition by emperor Claudius II. Legend tells that the marriages concluded by him continued “under a lucky star”. Because of his Christian belief, Valentin was executed on 14th February 269 by the king’s command.

It is said that Valentin brought flowers from his garden to the weddings, which is why still today flowers are top of the Valentine’s Day present list for the loved ones. But instead of giving flowers, how about spending time together during a visit at a sustainable hotel? Green Pearls® provides tipps for romantic places worldwide.

Amore, amore, amore…


Wine at l'Adagio

In Italy, where the Valentine’s Day originates, couples meet on Valentine’s Day on bridges to install “love locks” engraved with their initials and dates. Together, they throw the key into the water and make a wish. A nice tradition!

Who would like to take a time out for two in Bella Italia, visits the beautiful ligurian city Badalucco with Medieval flair. At the heart of the “Valle Argentina” lies the Agriturismo l’Adagio in the romantic scenery of Taggiasca olive groves. The suites impress with a minimalist Mediterranean charme and promise cozy hours. Enjoy a nice dinner with an enchanting view over Badalucco and surrounding nature. 

Enchanting Thailand


Su-Tha Restaurant

In one of Phuket’s unique settings lies the romantic Keemala Resort. The suites are simply spectacular – uniquely designed, with every imaginable comfort and a fantastic view. No wonder, the resort received the awards for the “sexiest room” and the “best pool with a view”. While you can relax and indulge in the luxurious comfort, Keemala takes care of the environmental-friendliness of the resort. The design has been carefully thought-out to not burden the environment. By using eco-friendly synthetic material it has been aimed to minimize deforestation. In the various gardens, vegetables, fruits and herbs are cultivated in a natural organic way. The self-cultivated ingredients are used for special dinners in romantic atmosphere.

Romantic Togetherness at Moselle, Germany



In Germany, the tradition of the Valentine’s Day has only been established in the past few decades. The tradition came here with US soldiers after the Second World War. Everywhere in the region are beautiful spots to celebrate love. The sustainable Vital- & Wellnesshotel Zum Kurfürsten in the beautiful town Bernkastel-Kues at the Moselle is one of them. The Viabono certified hotel pays attention to regionality, environmentalfriendly waste management and resource-saving energy consumption. At Zum Kurfürsten, couples can spend well-deserved togetherness. During a relaxing bath, a pleasant wellness treatment or a visit at the Chinese herb sauna, himalaya-salt-sauna or energy-nature-sauna, one can forget all everyday-worries and concentrate on oneself.