The Union Nationale des Associations de Tourisme et de plein air (UNAT) is an association created in 1920 and recognised of public utility since 1929. As head of the Social and Solidarity Tourism Network, the UNAT brings together, represents and defends the main non-profit tourist actors, committed to holidays for all.
Holidays are a break with everyday life, a time of sharing and strengthening family ties or friendships, especially for youngsters, but it is also an opportunity to flourish and develop. The UNAT defends this social value of holidays accessible to all and promotes a tourism respectful for humans and territories.
The democratisation of tourism has been made possible thanks to the action of the Social and Solidarity Tourism operators who offer accommodation and stays (holiday camps, youth tourism, travel, holiday villages, etc.) that allow more than 4.2 million holidaymakers leave each year.