Campsite Regulations

The camper is personally responsible for any damage or accidents they may cause, and they are also responsible for the actions of the people camping with them.

Anyone staying at the glamping site must respect public morality and tranquility, and observe decency and good manners.

Several shower cabins are available, but the use of sanitary facilities/showers is limited to one family at a time.

Each user must ensure not to dirty the sanitary/shower areas and to leave them clean after use, allowing everyone to use them under the best conditions. Therefore, it is imperative to remove shoes before accessing these areas.

Wearing shoes is strictly prohibited in the tents and shower areas. In case of non-compliance and obvious soiling resulting from wearing shoes, a fee of €50 to €100 may be charged to cover cleaning or replacement of floor mats.

Smoking is strictly prohibited in the tents as well as in the sanitary areas.

In case of damages observed in the tent areas, the security deposit may be fully or partially retained. The amount retained will be determined by the organizer.

If the bedding has been damaged, the entire security deposit will be retained as compensation.

Mattresses are covered with protection, but additional mattress protectors are available in each tent, and the user should use them if deemed necessary.

The basic rental of a tent is intended for 2 people; campers can choose to occupy either the double bed or the 2 single beds.

If you rent a tent for 3 people, you can only occupy 3 beds, either the double bed and 1 single bed. In case of occupancy of all 3 beds, a supplement will be requested and retained from the security deposit.

Tents are available for check-in from 4:00 pm, and must be vacated on the day of departure between 8:00 am and 10:00 am.

Breakfast must be booked at least 48 hours in advance. Breakfasts contain gluten and lactose, and unfortunately, we cannot accommodate dietary restrictions.

Respect for the Site and Other Campers

It is strictly prohibited (with immediate exclusion) to leave your garbage on the ground. Garbage bags are provided free of charge.

Campers are prohibited from damaging the ground. Any action of damage to vegetation, fences, the terrain, or installations will be the responsibility of the perpetrator, who will have to pay for the cost of restoration.

Appropriate behavior and attire are to be observed.

Quiet on the site must be respected between 1:00 am and 7:00 am.

Prohibited Items on the Site

  • Pets, except guide dogs for the visually impaired.
  • Any narcotic product.
  • Hookahs, water pipes.
  • Unsealed bottles.
  • Any type of fire exceeding the size of a lighter flame (candles, burners, and other gas installations).
  • Generators.
  • Tools (wrenches, pliers, shovels). Anyone attempting to climb, open, or damage the infrastructure, or fraudulently introduce objects into the site will be immediately excluded and handed over to the authorities.
  • Music installation (sound system). Loud music is not allowed: remember to respect the sleep of others.
  • Commercial activities: campers are not allowed to sell food, drinks, or anything else.
  • Distribution of leaflets, and other promotional materials is prohibited.
  • Sharp objects, bludgeoning items, and any other material harmful to conviviality are prohibited (knives, fireworks, firecrackers, etc.).
  • Awnings and gazebos or any other tents and shelters.
  • If the camper decides to abandon a prohibited item to access the campsite, the organization is in no way obligated to return it.
  • Banners, objects with discriminatory and/or provocative messages and/or expressions.
  • It is not allowed to enter the premises with cars, motorcycles, trailers, caravans, campers, etc. Parking nearby is provided for this purpose.

Anyone found on the site in possession of any of the aforementioned prohibited items will be immediately excluded from the site, permanently and without refund. Access will be denied to anyone who violates these rules. Offenders may be subject to legal action.


Stewards will be present on-site and within the glamping area at all times. Do not hesitate to report any problems to them.

Despite the presence of security agents, it is impossible to monitor the belongings of each camper. Therefore, never leave valuables unattended in your tent. The organization disclaims any responsibility in case of theft, loss, or damage to campers’ personal effects.