N&C Days in Camargue

This summer, N&C brought its staff together to celebrate the company’s 9th anniversary: in the Camargue. Between seminars and relaxing activities, it was time to grab a map and a compass and set off to discover this beautiful region.

Like every year, the whole N&C team gets together for N&C Day. For one or two days, we celebrate the company’s anniversary together in an undisclosed location. After Lorient, Sardinia and even the skies over Paris, this year we’re heading for the Camargue!

N&C Days, between seminar...

Once we arrived in Nîmes, it was off to Aigues-Mortes to visit our partner’s head office!

We were able to meet members of the Yelloh! Village team, who very kindly offered us one of their rooms to hold our seminar. This meeting was an opportunity for us to celebrate, once again, the arrival of our new employees. It was also an opportunity to take stock of the past year and our future plans.

...and relaxing activities!

Friday continued with a horse ride to Mas de l’Espiguette. It was an activity that few of the staff had done before, but one that everyone enjoyed. After relaxing by the pool at Les Petits Camarguais, it was time for a final activity: a catamaran trip around Le Grau-du-Roi!

On Saturday, compass and map in hand, we set off on a rally around Aigues-Mortes. Manades, vineyards and historic monuments were all there to help us learn more about the history and traditions of the Camargue. A friendly atmosphere, team spirit and a sense of humour accompanied us on our journey!

Thank you to our Office Manager Valérie, who organised the trip and the activities from start to finish, and above all kept the secret from our inventive colleagues!

Thanks once again to our partner Yelloh! Village, where we had the opportunity to spend the night at Les Petits Camarguais campsite in Le Grau-du-Roi. Well done to their teams for their warm welcome over the two days and their help with the organisation.

Keywords: Camargue, N&C Day, Yelloh! Village, Grau-du-Roi, Mas de l’Espiguette, Aigues-Mortes