The Baudinet huts are a set of 3 stone and wood houses with losa roofs that in ancient times were stables, barns and shelter for the margari who lived here in the summer with their animals.
The renovation has externally respected the original style. The huts were already in a good state of conservation and the restoration of the walls was done in accordance with the laborious but authentic ancient 'dry' style.
MINIMUM ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
Trying to maintain a high ecological standard, the refuge has its own energy autonomy guaranteed by solar panels and accumulators; the water supply is provided by a proprietary source, whose purity is guaranteed and certified, without the need to add purifying chemicals of any kind. Furthermore, the wastewater treatment is a technological and advanced phytoremediation system based on the use of aquatic plants.