The Tourist information center welcomes you

The Tourist information center takes place under an ancient stone voult of the original military hospital.

 

6 boulevard Vauban, in town directly on your right hand..

Ours opening hours :

 

- from April to June, in September: from monday to saturday from 9.30am to 12.30 and from 2pm to 6pm - open on banked holiday

 

- in July and August every day from 9.30am to 12h30 and from 2pm to 6pm - open on banked holiday

 

- from October to March: from monday to friday from 9.30am to 12.30 and from 2pm to 5pm

and during french winter holidays from monday to saturday - closed on banked holiday

 

- Christmas holidays: from December 26th to 29th 10.30am to 12.30 and 1.30pm to 4.30pm and January 2th to 5th 9.30am to 12.30 and 1.30pm to 5pm

 

We could be closed during these opening hours because you ensure the guided visits. Thanks in advance for your understanding.


You will find:

 

- free tourist information about the area ;

 

- tickets for ours guided visits ;

 

- a shop: books about history, heritage and local products, writing articles, coloring books, knives, souvenir coin, maps and activity guides for hiking or biking...

 

- an internet service and a free wifi access



How to get to Mont-Louis?

 

By train, by car, by bus, by bike, by horse or walking...

 

By the road:

From Perpignan (80 km) by RN 116

From Toulouse (190 km) by tunnel du Puymorens (6,60€) or by col du Puymorens (205 km) by RN 20

From Toulouse by Quillan (195 km) by RD 118

 

By train:

SNCF Train station of the "petit Train Jaun" (yellow train) Mont-Louis / La Cabanasse (800 m)

Line Villefranche-de-Conflent>Latour-de-Carol/Enveitg

 

By bus:

Bus for 1 € Conseil Départemental des Pyrénées-Orientales

Ligne 260 Perpignan - Porté Puymorens.

Ligne 261 Formiguères - Mont-Louis

 

By the path GR 10 or GR 36

 

To park:

Parking "remparts" - at the foot of the rempart, out of the town, access by RN 116 

Parking intown - by boulevard Vauban

To offer a pedestrian aspect we ask you to park on one of these two car parks and let free of cars the streets.