Everything you need to know to visit us!
A Condom :
Several free parking areas are available in the town centre.
The car parks around the Cathedral and in front of the Tourist Office are arranged in Blue Zone, a blue disc limiting parking to 1h30 is necessary (on sale at the snuffbox, Place du Lion d'Or and at the press house, Place Saint-Pierre, a stone's throw from the Office).
A place for people with reduced mobility is less than 20 m from the entrance to the Tourist Office. Find all the information on the accessible offer on this link.
Montreal - du- Gers :
Little advice, park on Boulevard du Nord or at the boulodrome just a stone's throw from the Office and the centre of the bastide.
A place for people with reduced mobility is available on the square less than 50 m from the entrance of the Tourist Office. Find all the information on the accessible offer on this link.
A first free and shaded parking area is located at the foot of the fortified town. For camper vans, prefer the second parking area near the medieval siege camp.
A place for people with reduced mobility is available on the square less than 150 m from the entrance to the walled city. Find all the information on the accessible offer on this link.
The whole team at the Tourist Office loves animals. Dogs on a leash are accepted in our reception areas in Condom, Montréal-du-Gers and Larressingle.
The accessibility of our reception areas
In Montréal-du-Gers, the Tourist Office is labelled "Tourisme & Handicap" for 3 deficiencies (motor, mental, hearing) offers in particular :
*a counter adapted for wheelchair users as well as a connection table,
* the provision of a magnetic loop for the hearing impaired,
* an information screen with subtitled videos for the hearing impaired,
*an adapted interpretation area facilitates the discovery of the territory in a playful way.
*an accessible outdoor interactive terminal
In Condom, access to the Tourist Office is via an automatic double door, without obstacles, in accordance with current standards for the passage of armchairs and pushchairs. A counter adapted for people in wheelchairs and an information screen with subtitled videos for the hearing impaired are available.
In Larressingle, a dive into the Middle Ages offers an unusual experience. However, access to the reception area, with its medieval atmosphere, is not wheelchair-accessible.