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Our commitments

Grand Montauban is committed to quality and transparency
The reception of our visitors

As a category 1 tourist office, the Tourist Office of Greater Montauban guarantees to all its visitors and partners the discovery of the destination, a warm welcome, an attentive staff, the mastery of foreign languages (English and Spanish), personalized services, the cleanliness and comfort of its premises, as well as the consideration of their opinions.

Our team works daily to ensure the quality of the welcome offered to visitors, and on the added value that the travel consultants bring to customers thanks to their knowledge of the territory and the quality of the human contact. All this 314 days a year.

You have visited our tourist office, we invite you to fill in our satisfaction survey, less than 2 minutes are enough!

We also invite you to send us your suggestions, complaints or thanks, which could allow us to improve your next stay in the Grand Montauban.

Our actions for sustainable development

Greater Montauban and the city of Montauban, a true “city in the country” are appreciated for the beauty of its landscapes, its remarkable architecture but also for its cleanliness. The Grand Montauban is committed to preserving its assets by preserving its natural and architectural heritage. To do this, in the construction of its tourism strategy, the various actors strive to :

  • Prefer soft transportation.
  • Preserve their green spaces.
  • Create materials and actions to raise awareness of local biodiversity among the general public.
  • Promote local production.
  • Permit the sorting and recycling of waste (Cliiink: 1st sorting reward system for the general public) and in support with organizers for eco-responsible events.
  • In this context, the tourist office of Greater Montauban is an actor in this strategy through its daily eco-gestures:

    • Limit the consumption of paper and our brochures.
    • Recycling ink cartridges.
    • Selective sorting of waste.
    • Mailing information and encouraging people to download the documents on our website.
    • Implementation of a procedure “eco-responsible gestures” and awareness of common and simple gestures of his team.
    • Dematerialization of the minutes of meetings, planning, liaison book and digitalization of media.
    • Incitation and practice of carpooling internally.
    • Reuse of scrap paper.
    • Printing of our supports for suppliers certified imprim’vert
    • Paper printing is reasoned in-house.
    • Digital reception thanks to the Roadbook: creation of a personal website to reduce paper printing