Committed to the environment
We offer a wooded campsite on a natural site and attach great importance to environmental protection. We engage in eco-responsible actions in the maintenance of our campsite to preserve our environment. Every little action helps! Let’s each try to follow a few and easy rules during your holidays!
Selective waste sorting
We sort waste and everything is ready to make your sorting a piece of cake.
Three sorting trays :
- The yellow bin is for plastic waste, packaging (even soiled), cardboard, paper, aluminium cans: please compress your waste
- The brown bin is for non-recyclable waste
- The glass bin : is for bottles, jars without lids, etc
Bins are available around the campsite; the glass dumpster stands at the entrance of the campsite. Displays provide information about how bins should be used.
We offer a composting area with a bin for you to throw UNCOOKED food leftovers. These include peelings, eggshells, leftovers of uncooked fruits and vegetables – WITHOUT PAPER only
Animals will be delighted as you approach their pens with food leftovers!
Do not throw cooked food leftovers or meat in the pens!
We provide a bucket for bread leftovers. Please refrain from giving it to animals: too much bread won’t do them any good!
We have equipped our rentals and sanitary facilities with low-consumption light bulbs. We have installed solar lamps to manage traffic on the campsite.
We prefer ecological or natural products for cleaning, although sometimes we must make do with regular ones, e.g., anticovid products.
We use the clippings for mulching our hedges (avoid the use of weedkillers and feed the trees) and feeding goats; the rest goes to composting.
Dead leaves are picked up and given to a neighbour who follows a permaculture approach.
Hedge cuts are composted.
Compost is used for our land and plantations.