Accessible tourism

Non-labeled tourist facilities able to welcome people with disabilities.

Festa Trail Pic Saint-Loup.

Handi trail: the joêlettes are present on the starting line, but not only. The Handi Trail is open to all people with any kind of disability. 12 km course starting from Saint-Mathieu-De-Tréviers 300m+ (50 athletes max).

Festatrail Pic Saint-Loup
Tél.: 04 67 06 96 04
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Association Caravane

Association Caravane.

The aim of the association is to take adults and children, with or without disabilities, on discovery days together, wherever others go. Hiking around the Pic Saint-Loup, cycling... The idea is to acquire equipment (trailer, tricycle, joêlette...) and make it available to members of the association. This equipment is expensive, simply because it's made individually.

Association Caravane. 
19, rue Charles Sauvage 34830 Jacou
Tél.: 04 67 60 88 88 /

Valentin HAUY

AVH, Association Valentin Haüy.

A historic player in the field of aid for the visually impaired, the Valentin Haüy association, founded in 1889 by Maurice de La Sizeranne and recognized as a public utility in 1891, has been deploying a large number of services and actions throughout France for over 130 years. By launching its new associative project at the beginning of 2016, the Valentin Haüy association reaffirmed its wish to strengthen its actions around physical and digital accessibility, social inclusion and access to culture and leisure for blind or partially sighted people.

Comité Valentin Haüy de l'Hérault
Tél.: 04 67 72 23 54 /

Association Roule-Nature

Handi-Sport Comité Départemental de l'Hérault

Association Roule Nature.

It's a not-for-profit socio-sports association based in Montpellier which, since 2005, has been working to promote access to sport for all, with a family and social focus. Through the development of adapted sports activities such as karting, surf-jet, kayak-jet and Boost, we promote the health, well-being and personal fulfillment of all members of the public. Through its regular events and activities, the association brings different publics together around shared passions that transcend differences.

Association Roule Nature

111, Impasse Maurice Justin 34000 Montpellier / 06 83 44 69 90 ou 04 99 53 02 45 /

Comité départemental Handisport Hérault.

As part of the department's policy of developing leisure activities, it regularly organizes introductory days or stays to discover outdoor physical activities. Supervision is provided by qualified staff, using appropriate equipment. The wide range of activities on offer gives everyone the chance to develop their skills to the full, and to experience the thrill of sailing, kayaking, climbing, hiking...

Maison Départementale des Sports Nelson Mandela
66, Esplanade de l'Egalité 34 086 Montpellier Cédex 4

Tél.: 04 67 67 42 84 /

Festa Trail Pic Saint-Loup

Would you like to take part in sporting activities? Who can advise me? Suggest adapted equipment rental?  Accompany me? Here are some associations and partners you can trust:

Handi Cap Evasion - La Randonnée pour tous - Pic Saint-Loup

Antenne Handi Cap Evasion.

Hiking for everyone!

Antenne Handi Cap Evasion

10, rue du général Mathieu Dumas 34000 Montpellier
Tél.: 04 67 68 30 38 /

Tourist facilities with the Tourism and Handicap label.

The Grand Pic Saint-Loup territory, an adapted, supportive and sustainable tourist destination...

The Tourist Office is in the midst of a qualification process in terms of disability, with information desks now accessible and a survey of adapted offers currently underway.  This concern for the accessibility and user-friendliness of tourist facilities and sites for all clienteles is an integral part of the Tourist Office's CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) policy. Accessibility to tourism for people with permanent disabilities also benefits, to a large extent, a wider public, such as senior citizens and pregnant women, to name but a few.

It is with this in mind that we have compiled this list of tourist facilities and associations, in order to respond to the right of all people to access vacations and leisure activities.

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