Discover the partners and labels of the Massif du Sancy.
The criteria of the Pavillon Bleu are grouped into 4 main families: environmental education, general environment, water management and waste management. Some criteria are imperative: they constitute the minimum required to obtain the pavillon Bleu (except for a justified request for exemption which must be validated by the national jury and approved by the international jury, which is sovereign in this matter). Additional criteria, known as guide criteria, may eventually become imperative.
The Qualité Tourisme™ mark is the only State mark awarded to tourism professionals for the quality of their reception and services.
To obtain the mark, the service provider must successfully follow a quality approach that complies with the essential requirements for your satisfaction. As a guarantee of confidence, the services are regularly subjected to an unannounced and independent inspection. This sign of recognition therefore allows you to choose tourist establishments that offer quality services with complete confidence.
The Famille Plus label and the certified communes are committed to doing everything possible to ensure that families and children are well looked after and have a successful holiday!
6 commitments for the reception of young and old :
The aim of the Tourisme et Handicaps association is to:
To contribute to the accessibility of disabled people to leisure and holidays, Tourisme et Handicaps is likely to:
A Station Verte is a welcoming territory in the heart of the terroir, recognised at national level as an organised resort offering meaningful holidays, in favour of natural, authentic, human and environmentally friendly tourism.
Remarkable and fragile, the heritage of the Auvergne Volcanoes is the basis of their classification as a Regional Nature Park and of their international reputation:
The Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region offers a wide range of destinations, with the city of Lyon, capital of gastronomy, the Alps and Mont Blanc, the roof of Europe, the Drôme and Ardèche, evocative of Provence, and the Auvergne and its volcanoes.
France Montagnes is the association that brings together the main players in mountain tourism in France to promote the destination and its benefits on a national and international scale.
Nordic France is the only national player managing Nordic areas since 1985. All the French massifs are concerned: Northern Alps, Southern Alps, Jura, Vosges, Massif Central and Pyrenees. We work with the French sports structures.