Eco-friendly holidays

Are you looking for a holiday home or B&B that respects the environment ? Discover our holiday homes and B&Bs with the Green Key label. This internationally renowned ecolabel awards lodgings that are respectful to the environment and natural resources based on criterias concerning water, energy, waste and cleaning products. These lodgings do everything that is needed to reduce the impact of your stay on the environment. This way you can have a holiday that respects your world and your pocket too.

With eco-responsable stays, you can have a holiday with all the comfort and pleasure you deserve while protecting the environment.

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The Green Key label guarantees quality and sustainability.

Anyone who gets this label commits themselves to make major efforts in the following areas :

  • Record water and energy consumption
  • Save water and energy
  • Prevent and sort waste
  • Protect biodiversity
  • Sustainable food and transport
  • Informing and empowering guests to reduce the environmental footprint of their stay
  • Use of more ecological products for cleaning and maintaining accommodations
  • Open communication and discussion possible in terms of the environment, social responsibility and continuous improvement


All of these fields help create a collection of criteria. With this long list, Green Key is easily the most ambitious label that exists.

Green Key follows a sustainable policy in terms of :

  • Individuals : Staff, owners, directors, clients
  • Enterprise : Administration, communication, policies, purchasing, mission statement
  • Chain : Suppliers, associations, inter-municipal organisations, sector federations, partners, sponsors
  • Community : Green spaces, waste prevention, sustainable food and transport

Green Key takes it all much further with measures that help save the environment. These criteria are revised every 4 years, so that the label remains up to date with global trends. These requirements are also recognised by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GCTC) and by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP).