Inspired by nature, Esprit parc national lets you to get closer to nature and disconnect from the hectic pace of modern-day life.

Esprit parc national also allows you to put exchanging and encountering back as the focus of your stay. Through sharing with women and men who are passionate about their land and their know-how, in summer as in winter everyone can authentically reconnect to the alternative National Park approach.

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Why to choose Esprit parc national ?

Choosing Esprit parc national is:

  1. Discovering and promoting the National Parks while preserving their resources.
  2. Giving priority to the local economy, meeting and exchanging with the women and men who work in these territories.

  3. Experiencing nature at its best, admiring new landscapes, combining history and heritage with your discovery.

  4. Consuming products that are produced according to eco-friendly practices and manufactured in the region.

To find out more, consult the granting criteria.

Where can Esprit parc national products and sercives be found ?

The local products, accommodation, restaurants, activities or outings are exclusively located in the 11 National Parks.

© Sébastien Conejero - Parc national de La Réunion
Mounier Maryse - Vanille Bourbon© Sébastien Conejero - Parc national de La Réunion
© Sébastien Conejero - Parc national de La Réunion
Confitures Au verger Saint Joseph  © Emmanuel Rondeau / Parc national du Mercantour
Confitures Au verger Saint Joseph © Emmanuel Rondeau / Parc national du MercantourConfitures Au verger Saint Joseph © Emmanuel Rondeau / Parc national du Mercantour
Confitures Au verger Saint Joseph © Emmanuel Rondeau / Parc national du Mercantour
Chalet Alpelune © Ilonka Bierman
Chalet Alpelune © Ilonka BiermanChalet Alpelune © Ilonka Bierman
Chalet Alpelune © Ilonka Bierman
Jardins de Porquerolles © Katia Audemard / Parc national de Port-Cros
Jardins de Porquerolles © Katia Audemard / Parc national de Port-CrosJardins de Porquerolles © Katia Audemard / Parc national de Port-Cros
Jardins de Porquerolles © Katia Audemard / Parc national de Port-Cros