eco-designed website

According to the Shift Project report in 2019, the digital sector accounts for about 4% of energy consumption This proportion is steadily increasing.

The carbon footprint of a website can vary considerably depending on its technical infrastructure.

Dynamic websites, often based on CMS (Content Management Systems) as wordpress, can lead to higher energy consumption because of the generation of pages on demand.

Static sites have a lower carbon footprint, thus contributing to the reduction of CO2 emissions from accommodation.

This website is a “static” website. It is not linked to a database, it is only a set of “flat” files html, css and javascript.

javascript is a factional extension, all content is accessible without.

Compared to a dynamic site, it requires less server resources and therefore less energy to operate.

The images have been carefully processed to reduce weight.

The website of the campsite is faster than most other websites and is impossible to hack.