The Tourism and Disability label is a State-owned mark. Created in 2001 and registered in 2003 by the Ministry of Tourism as part of the policy of access to holidays for all and the integration of disabled people, it identifies tourist facilities and sites that are accessible to people with motor, visual, hearing or mental disabilities.

For a tourist with a disability, the Tourism and Disability label is proof of a concrete commitment as well as a guarantee of an efficient welcome adapted to the specific needs of disabled tourists, taking into account the four forms of disability (motor, visual, auditory and mental).

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