Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm
and Saturday 10am to 6pm
Service department 0800 260 5082
Contact us
Travelski Booking Department:
0800 260 5082

Available from Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm and Saturday 10am to 6pm


Secure Payment

Your purchases are 100% secure.

Telephone Booking: Travelski guarantees that if you choose to book your stay by telephone, all of your banking information will be deleted as soon as your payment has been cleared. This means that none of this information is retained by our booking service. Therefore, if your booking is not yet finalized or you have only made a down payment, you will need to re-contact us at least one month before your departure date to ensure that your booking is confirmed and all payments are complete.

Online Reservation: To guarantee that your online payment is 100% secure, we use the payment solution (SSL system) from Systempay 3D secure, just like most internet actors and services. Your personal information will be encrypted from the moment it is input in order to be transmitted in total security. When you decide to make a reservation, you will be presented with a totally secure online payment service from your bank. You can verify the security by looking for the "https://" (or http secure) that appears at the top of your browser. If, despite these precautions, an issue or error arises following your transaction, you will be reimbursed by your banking establishment. In case of an incident, please send an email directly to with details of what occurred.


Technical explanations

What is SSL? (Payment Security)

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a security technology developed by Netscape. It is widely used to ensure the secure transmission of data over the internet. SSL provides a secure and encrypted connection between a web server and a browser, allowing sensitive information such as credit card details to be transmitted securely. When a website uses SSL, you will see a small key or padlock icon in your browser, indicating that the connection is secure. SSL employs cryptographic techniques to authenticate the server and establish an encrypted communication channel, protecting data from unauthorized access or tampering.

What is Cybersecurity Certification?

Cybersecurity certificates, such as those used in SSL or S-HTTP protocols, are used to authenticate web servers and clients. During a secure session, you will see a key or padlock icon in your browser, indicating that the session is protected by a cybersecurity certificate. These certificates contain information about the owner, such as a public key, expiration date, and the name of the certifying authority. The certifying authority verifies the identity of the certificate owner and issues the certificate as proof of identity. It functions similar to an electronic passport, providing trust and security in online transactions.

What is CA and third-party certification?

A Certification Authority (CA) is a trusted entity responsible for issuing and managing certificates used for individual identification and secure communication. The CA verifies the identity of the certificate holder and signs the certificate to ensure its authenticity. Both servers and clients rely on the CA's trusted signature to establish a secure connection. The CA acts as an intermediary, ensuring that both parties can trust each other's identity. By using third-party certification, the complexity of verifying multiple connections between servers is reduced, providing a more secure browsing experience.

How can I make sure that my certificate has been signed?

With a complex electronic network, third-party certification is necessary to establish trust between servers and clients. The CA plays a crucial role in verifying and signing the certificates of both parties involved in the communication. The trust between the parties is based on their trust in the CA. By relying on the CA's signature, both parties can be assured of each other's identity, reducing the risk of fraudulent activity during the session.