Rules of life on the bivouac
So that everyone’s stay goes in optimal conditions and that you can enjoy the place as it should, it is important to respect a few rules of life.
We ask everyone to be careful to remain discreet (watch out for noises and screams). There must be total silence between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m.
Each tent is connected to a solar panel, providing lighting in the accommodation. A USB socket is available in the tents for charging mobile phones only. Any other device must be recharged at the reception or in the technical room.
Smokers, be sure to extinguish your cigarette ends in an ashtray and not to throw them on the ground.
For barbecues, we offer a gas model. Thus, open fires, alcohol or gasoline stoves are strictly prohibited.
Alcohol or alcoholic beverages should be consumed in moderation. Obvious intoxication is prohibited.
Household waste and waste of all kinds must be placed in the containers provided for this purpose located outside the campsite, on the departmental road.
Any additional person, not provided for when booking, must report to reception. The tents have a maximum capacity that cannot be exceeded. Likewise, it is not possible to add an adjoining individual tent to the accommodation.
Pets are not allowed on the site.
Infringement of the rules of good manners
In the event that a holidaymaker disrupts the stay of other users or does not comply with the above regulations, the management, after oral formal notice to cease the disturbances, may terminate the contract without the right to reimbursement of the remaining stay. In the event of a criminal offense, the manager may call in law enforcement.