So I will try to avoid duplication and instead give you links to other sites including, where appropriate, the official Office de Tourisme sites.
On some buildings, you may see this blue square, divided into 4 quarters, representing physical, mental, aural and visual disability.
This is currently a voluntary scheme whereby organisations such as tourist sites can advertise their accessibility.
Basically, if the symbols are displayed as above, provisions exist within the site and if any of the four are “blanked out”, there are no provisions for that particular disability.
Although the label is helpful, it can also be a little misleading.
An example is the Grotte de Villars; the caves themselves may not be accessible, but the car park, café, toilets and even the introductory video are, yet the “physical” section of the label is blanked. This means that parties will expect there to be no accessibility whatsoever, which is not true.
In other words, it is always worth checking such sites.
For further information, please click on the label, which will take you to the official French organisation “Tourisme & Handicaps” website.
On the menu on the left-hand side of their site (which is in French only by the way), “Label Tourisme et Handicap” gives specific information regarding the label.