Sustainable tourism

Committed to a "different" tourism

In a context in favour of Sustainable Development and Fair Trade, the international awareness of the impacts of tourism has encouraged the emergence of stakeholders committed to a "different" tourism!

The World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) defines sustainable tourism as "tourism that reflects on its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, meeting the needs of visitors, professionals, the environment and host communities".

How to experience a sustainable tourism?

As such, it is an important component of economic dynamism. But it must evolve to limit its impact on the environment, to promote low-polluting activities, soft travel; to set up reception structures that limit the use of the car…


Labels, charters and certifications


The European Eco-label was established in 1992. It is the only official European eco-label that can be used in all member countries of the European Union. It is issued in France by AFNOR Certification, an independent certification agency. It is a voluntary certification mark for products and services.


The Organic Agriculture (AB) label! The AB mark is the ownership of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food. Used for certification purposes, it allows, like the European organic logo, to identify products that are 100% organic or contain at least 95% organic agricultural products in the case of processed products.


Discover the Departmental Ecotourism Charter and all the tourism stakeholders involved.


VDC and HVE labels : Sustainable Viticulture and Champagne and High Environmental Value labels are 2 certifications that reflects the new approach of Champagne wine-growing.


Sustainable tourism

The Tourist Office of Paysages de la Champagne

Sustainable tourism for all!

The Tourist Office of Paysages de la Champagne is also committed on a daily basis! We can all do our part!

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