The people behind TWOTHIRDSFull post
At TWOTHIRDS we try to be as transparent as possible and after many discussions with you about our processes and our mission, we thought it was time to introduce the people behind the brand.
Summer Capsule: Sunrise LightsFull post
Clara and Adrian are a couple that belongs to the sea. They can’t fathom living far away from water, so that’s why they decided to start a new life together in Barcelona; near the Mediterranean Sea.
Ocean WeekFull post
This week we are celebrating our oceans and their protection. The last weeks and months have shown that the world seems to be finally waking up, or at least part of the world, realising that men made climate change is real.
SAVE THE SEA during Black WeekFull post
Our Friends from EcoMar are cleaning beaches since nineteen years and have so far cleaned 17,000 meters of coast line with the help of over 2 million children.We have joined forces with them this Black Week to make a difference together with you for a better future and cleaner beaches.
The healing power of the OceanFull post
When Sara and Victor from Superando talk about the excitement of a Stand Up Paddle session, you imagine something beautiful and emotional. You think, there are children laughing, relaxing and excited. But until you experience this, you don't understand the real impact it has on you.
Our SailorFull post
"The ocean (and nature in general) gives me a sense of belonging, peace and energy" - Emil Kozak
Twothirds Picks: Our Favorite Eco Restaurants in EuropeFull post
We love our team. And do you know what the beauty of it is? We love sharing our stories, our travel tips, but among everything, we love sharing our favorite eco-friendly restaurants.
Summer Notes - Fornells (Begur)Full post
You will be impressed by the thick and dark sand of this hidden beach and the crystal clear water. Platja Fonda managed to keep its primitive purity that you can rarely find in any other places of Costa Brava.
Surf in BarcelonaFull post
What is amazing about Barcelona, is that the atmosphere in the water is generally really good — little localism and friendly faces.