The "Tourism & Handicap" label in a few words
The national "Tourism & Handicap" label, created in 2001, is a response to the demands of people with disabilities. The aim of this mark is to provide reliable, descriptive and objective information on the accessibility of tourist sites and facilities, taking into account all types of disabilities: hearing, mental, motor and visual.
For tourism professionals, the "Tourism & Handicap" mark is a recognition: it enhances their efforts in terms of accessibility, whether they are marked for at least 2, 3 or 4 types of disabilities.
The mark is issued for a period of 5 years.
Who can be marked "Tourism & Handicap"?
Any tourist service provider (except for some activities such as adventure parks, bicycle rental and guided tours).
Obtaining the mark is free.
What is the public concerned by the "Tourism and Disability" mark?
The "Tourism & Handicap" mark is intended for people with disabilities who experience motor, visual, auditory or mental difficulties on a daily basis, but also for people with occasional disabilities or the elderly. The people who accompany people with disabilities are concerned by this brand and often know it.
For more information: http: //www.tourisme-handicaps.org/
TOURISM & DISABILITY" SERVICE PROVIDERS IN THE INTERCOMMUNAL AREA
The intercommunal tourist office aims to raise awareness and prepare local tourism providers for the law on accessibility for people with reduced mobility and the "Tourism & Handicap" brand.
The Intercommunal Tourist Office in La Londe les Maures and Var Tourisme have been developing this mark in the commune since 2008 and to date, 16 service providers (or sites) are marked on the intercommunal territory.
Find the structures marked "Tourism & Handicap" in our territory