Campsite’s quality labels
Qualité tourisme :
Qualité Tourisme is a brand label registered by the French State.
Its vocation is to improve the image of France but also to develop the tourism sector in the world.
From hospitality to comfort, including cleanliness, the quality charter of this label is very diverse in order to cover all the activities and services of all campsite. The campsite has fulfilled the criteria indicated in this charter and receives an unexpected visit from an agent every five years.
South of France :
Sud de France represents the products and the destination of the Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée region.
The values of the Sud de France label embody conviviality, authenticity and modernity.
Friendly because it rhymes with improvisation,
during a tasting of Sud de France products under an arbor, by the beach, in the shade of a fig tree, because it is synonymous with family sharing or between friends.
Authentic because it guarantees the origin of its products,
which result from a strong link with the terroir in all phases of its production, because it guarantees the quality of the products, produced with respect for the environment.
Modern because it is creative in the extension of traditional know-how,
because it is demanding in the local, national and international marketing of Sud de France products, because it is innovative in its recipes and its tastes. "
Haut Languedoc Natural Park:
In France, a regional natural park (PNR) is a territory that has voluntarily chosen a development method based on the enhancement and protection of natural and cultural heritage considered to be rich and fragile. The PNRs are responsible for implementing actions such as developing their territory by protecting it, enhancing it, informing and educating the public about the issues they bear.
Obtaining this label demonstrates the commitment of the campsite to the values of sustainable development, attachment to the region, and thus the campsite contributes to the enhancement of the heritage of the Regional Natural Park and conforms to the image and the Park charter.
Pays Vignobles et découverte :
(Country Vineyards and discoveries) :
Created in 2009, the Vignobles & Découvertes label is awarded for a period of 3 years by Atout France, after recommendation of the Superior Council of Wine Tourism, to a tourist and wine-growing destination offering a range of multiple and complementary tourist products (accommodation, catering ...)
The campsite thus offers a complete quality offer on the theme of the vineyard.
It brings together accommodation, catering and cellar discovery activities with our partners: Le Pêch d´André, the Domaine Sainte Luchaïre and the domain Sicard.
Tourism and Handicap:
The Tourisme et Handicap brand is a response to the demand of people with disabilities who want to be able to choose their vacations and leisure activities in complete freedom.
The brand guarantees a welcome adapted to the essential needs of people with reduced mobility.
Concerned about making the Domaine Le Vernis campsite accessible to as many people as possible, our establishment has the Tourism and Handicap label for hearing and mental disabilities. (We are planning for the accessibility for people with motor disabilities).
ACSI network campsite:
Formerly a simple guide grouping together various campsites, ACSI is today a key player in tourism, and has established itself as a specialist in camping throughout Europe since 1965. ACSI offers a quality label corresponding to the traditional values of camping and in particular a quality welcome.
To do this, the campsite is inspected every year by a mystery shopper.
(On the other hand, we are not a partner of the ACSI card operation).
LPO Refuge :
An LPO Refuge is land on which the owner is committed to protecting nature.
Created in 1921 by the LPO, the LPO Refuges program is the 1st national network of ecological gardens. The LPO Refuges now include more than 22,000 sites, or nearly 40,000 ha of preserved space.
The Domaine le Vernis campsite, labeled LPO refuge since 2018, is committed to respecting 4 principles:
1 Create conditions conducive to the establishment of wild flora and fauna:
By protecting birds and nature by ensuring the tranquility of the place, in particular during sensitive periods such as during nesting and extreme cold.
By diversifying and developing, depending on the size of my Refuge, environments favorable to wild fauna and flora, such as a country hedge, a pond or a dry stone wall.
By favoring the planting of species that grow naturally in my region, more resistant to climatic conditions and adapted to the local fauna.
2: Give up chemicals
By adopting an ecological management method for my Refuge and preferring