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From the city of Montpellier to the Occitanie region, find the local partners of Montpellier Méditerranée Airport


Welcome to Occitanie - our south of France! From the Pyrenees to the Massif Central, from the valleys of the Gers to the shores of the Mediterranean, and from the Garonne to the Rhône, our region is home to an unparalleled variety of breath-taking landscapes. It contains two National Parks, a Marine Nature Park and six Regional Nature Parks, and our coastline is the most protected and unspoiled section of the French Mediterranean.
Our region enjoys a rich history and exceptional heritage, with 8 locations classed as Unesco World Heritage Sites (including the Pont du Gard bridge and the walled City of Carcassonne), as well as almost 4,500 historic monuments located throughout the region.
Take the time to explore and savour our south of France - you'll be glad you did! 
Carole DELGA
Former Minister
Regional President of Occitanie

Occitanie Region

Hôtel de Région Montpellier
201, avenue de la Pompignane

Tel.: +33 4 67 22 80 00
Fax: +33 4 67 22 90 01
Website: www.laregionoccitanie.fr



With its airport offering connections to many European and international metropolises, Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole is a prime destination both for companies that would like to set up operations locally, and for facilitating exchanges in the business world.

Our community has known how to promote economic development for many years, implementing strategic and effective tools through organizations such as its Business and Innovation Centre (BIC), Montpellier International Business Incubator (MIBI), and startup incubators. Our goal is to simultaneously support growth for SMEs, innovative startups, and companies with international strategies. Having recently received the French Tech label, Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole is recognized, in particular, as a major area for digital activities.

A true southern European territory, the region benefits from an exceptional Mediterranean climate, with an average of 300 sunny days per year. Residents enjoy their proximity to the seaside, discovering and taking advantage of tourist beaches. The back-country is as rich as it is diverse, from scrub-brush to vineyards, not only great for excursions, but also contributing to Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole’s ideal geographical location. 

Reflecting the dynamic nature of its digital ecosystem, university campus, and research laboratories, Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole offers many advantages, including its efficient transportation network that encourages "soft" transportation modes to respect an appropriate balance. 

Our policy to create a dynamic cultural and sports offering is another differentiating factor, with a rich and attractive selection of activities taking place all year round at major venues such as the Corum's Opéra Berlioz, Fabre museum, Agora International Dance Center and Park&Suites Arena, all of which host internationally renowned events.

Michaël Delafosse
President of Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole
Mayor, City of Montpellier

Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole

50, place Zeus
CS 39556

Tel.: +33 4 67 13 60 00
Email: contact@montpellier3m.fr
Website: www.montpellier3m.fr



Montpellier, France’s 8th largest city, is a favourite destination for tourism, attracting visitors with its lifestyle, cultural activities, architecture and youthful population.

An emblematic city of the south, with multiple facets, rich in historic and contemporary treasures, Montpellier represents an exceptional destination, full of character, at the heart of the Mediterranean arc. 

The city’s medieval origins are visible from the charming narrow streets in the centre, the faculty of medicine, the royal gardens of Le Peyrou and other marvels which attract the curious from all over the world. But it is also a resolutely modern metropolis, open to science, contemporary culture and leisure activities. 
Leading names in contemporary design and architecture have contributed to forging the city’s identity: Zaha Hadid (the first female architect to be awarded the Pritzker Prize, the most prestigious international award for architecture), Massimiliano Fuksas, Rudy Ricciotti, Ricardo Bofill, Jean Nouvel…
Montpellier has always been a crossing place where people enjoy its lively, youthful and dynamic atmosphere, thanks to the warm climate, and the pedestrianised, verdant and spacious city centre, the inviting boutiques and meeting points.
It is also a land of encounters, of passion, of sharing, where, nestling between the sea and vineyards, you are sure to delight in the diversity of local produce and age-old traditions. 
Welcome to the heart of Montpellier and the Mediterranean arc! 
Michaël Delafosse
Mayor of Montpellier
President of Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole

City of Montpellier

Mairie de Montpellier
1, place Georges Frêche

Tel.: +33 4 67 34 70 00

Website: www.montpellier.fr



Pays de l'Or Agglomeration

With 22 kilometres of coastline, an economy built around 14 areas of activity, an airport, a significant nautical sector, emblematic seaside resorts, remarkable traditions and landscape, dynamic young people and sustainable agriculture, the Pays de l’Or Agglomeration offers an exceptional quality of life in the immediate vicinity of Montpellier Metropolis. The Pays de l’Or is cultivating this dynamism and modernity for the future.

The Pays de l’Or Agglomeration is in fact taking part in a regional project called "Pays de l’Or 2030" that will be used as a road map for the next fifteen years. The economy, employment, growth, housing, transport, tourism and sustainable development; these are the crucial questions that our regional project will bring into line for the wellbeing of its inhabitants as well as for investors.

Montpellier Méditerranée Airport in the Pays de l’Or region, demonstrates, through its rising affluence, all of our ambition and expectations.

The Pays de l’Or is a region with a long-term future. 


Stéphan Rossignol
President of the Pays de l'Or Agglomeration
Councillor of Languedoc-Roussillon Region
Mayor of La Grande Motte


Pays de l'Or Agglomeration

Boulevard de la Démocratie

Tel.: +33 4 67 12 35 00
Fax: +33 4 67 29 51 79

Website: www.paysdelor.fr


CCI Hérault

The Chamber of commerce and industry of Hérault (CCI Hérault) is a public administrative and economic institution whose goal is to further the interests of businesses.

The CCI Hérault accompanies company directors and managers in the life of the company. It conducts a fundamental action of technical assistance and advice to companies in its territory.

The CCI Hérault is an important actor of training with Montpellier Business School and Sud Formation CCI Hérault (CFA, food trade, services trade and tourism. Continuing vocational training) - with more than 6,000 people trained each year.

It also plays an important role in the development of the territory with the Montpellier Méditerannée Airport: it is the second largest shareholder after the French state.

CCI Hérault

Zone Aéroportuaire Montpellier Méditerranée
CS 90066

Tel.: +33 (0)4 99 51 52 00

Website: www.herault.cci.fr


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