Find city maps, transport timetables and spa information at the tourist office within La Bourboule's magnificent columned Hôtel de Ville.
In summer, this is the place to get trail info or hire a hiking guide. During winter you can rent skis, book ski lessons and grab a map of snowshoeing routes. Group snowshoe walks organised through the Centre Montag…
Tonnes of local info, including piste maps and listings of mountain guides. Look out for guided rambles and snowshoe walks, especially during French school holidays. Continuous opening hours until 6.30pm during scho…
This helpful tourist office near Issoire's abbey-church is full of suggestions on where to eat, sleep and hike.
Next to the church, the tourist office has a free English-language leaflet outlining the village's history, and staff can assist with tickets for the Sacred Music Festival.
Opposite the cathedral, this efficient tourist office has city maps and ample free literature, plus suggestions on walking tours and local apps. Occasional art exhibitions liven the place up, too.
Learn where to shop for knives, and get the latest hotel and restaurant info, from the friendly, multilingual tourist office in Thiers' old town. Open on Sundays in July and August.
The Toulouse-based ACIR promotes and develops cross-border routes along the Way of St James, and they're an excellent source of information for would-be pilgrims.
Orcival's tiny tourist office, opposite Basilique Notre-Dame, can suggest hiking routes in the surrounding countryside.
The tourist office in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon has maps, information on activities including horse riding and mountain climbing, plus plenty of hotel listings.