Tourism & Handicap
A personalized welcome
The Serre-Ponçon Tourist Office has been awarded the Tourisme et Handicap state label for all four major disability categories.
With this in mind, and in order to welcome customers with temporary or permanent disabilities in the best possible conditions, the Tourist Office's entire team of holiday advisors is committed to offering a personalized and adapted welcome.
Tourism and Handicap training courses are regularly organized to optimize the welcome of disabled guests.
Our permanent offices can provide you with specific documents for visiting the towns and some of Serre-Ponçon's most emblematic monuments.
Find out about all the documents, tools and services put in place by the Tourist Office to welcome and provide information for people with disabilities: Consult the guide
Plan your stay on our website
Accommodation, restaurants, places to visit, activities, transport... The Serre-Ponçon Tourist Office, in direct collaboration with its partners, presents you with a detailed offer with all the information you need for your stay.
Simply go to the section of your choice on our website, and select your requirements from the filters:
The Blue Flag is awarded on the basis of several criteria. In addition to the quality of the bathing water, disabled access is also taken into account. All Blue Flag beaches (except Chanteloube) are equipped with: an access ramp, a tiralo and a seahorse.
- Embrun lake: pontoon adapted for fishing
- Floating pool on Lac de Serre-Ponçon at Bois-Vieux (Rousset) equipped with a gallows (assistance required = companions)
MAKE YOUR TRANSPORT EASIER
ZOU! Most of the network's vehicles are accessible to people with reduced mobility (PRM), and are identified by a "wheelchair" pictogram (near the bus door).
"wheelchair" pictogram (near the bus door). On board, visual and audible announcements help users to find their way around the bus. Finally, a program of platform improvements is underway to facilitate access for users with reduced mobility.
To find out about bus accessibility, please contact :
ZOU ! customer service : +33 (0)809 400 013
SCAL: +33 (0)4 92 52 21 12 / www.autocars-scal.fr
Joëlette, all-terrain wheelchair, hand-bike, flying cart, sports wheelchair, toboggan, pulka and various wheelchairs. Available for loan or hire. Can be used independently (training provided for families) or with specialized service providers for certain types of equipment.
For information on equipment loan/hire: Comité Départemental Handisport 05
FOR MORE INFORMATION
All Tourism and Handicap activities in the Hautes-Alpes : http://handitourisme.hautes-alpes.net
Disabled sports in the Hautes-Alpes :
Comité Départemental Handisport 05
+33 (0)6 49 09 06 90 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Many of our partners do not hold the Tourism & Handicap label, but are nevertheless accessible for certain types of disability.
Customized guides are available on request. Ask our travel consultants for more information!
Here is the list of our partners who have obtained the Tourisme et Handicap mark, for the four disability families.