933 liO bus service

  • Auch
  • Montauban

The 933 "Auch - Montauban" liO bus runs through the Lomagne hillsides, where white garlic and melons grow between Gers and Tarn-et-Garonne. It links 2 stations on the Occitanie Rail Tour: Auch on the Gers service and Montauban, which is on both the Canal des Deux Mers and the Lot et Dordogne services.

  • Period: all year round.
  • Days: Monday to Sunday, including bank holidays, except May 1st.
  • Start point if you take the bus from Auch: Gare SNCF.
  • Start point if you take the bus from Montauban: Gare SNCF. 

Recommended stops

Places to eat and sleep at each stop.

Mauvezin © Philippe Hirou / Wikipedia


35 minutes from Auch or 1.5 hr from Montauban. Stop: Place de la Halle. Mauvezin market hall alone is worth a visit, with its gleaming stone pillars and stunning size.

It hosts the market and countless local delicacies on Saturdays. Things to see: the post office or "Maison Henri IV", Tour de Jeanne d’Albret tower and Promenade du Château. Find out more.


45 minutes from Auch or 1 hr 20 from Montauban. Stop: Halle. A pretty little white stone bastide with its own market hall surrounded by covered walkways.

Take a break: the Solomiac leisure area lies in the shade of the old mill on the Gimone River (educational trail), 10 minutes from the bus stop. Find out more.

Beaumont-de-Lomagne © Lauriane Donzelli / Tarn-et-Garonne Tourisme


1 hr from Auch or 1 hr from Montauban. Stop: Place Jean Moulin. An opulent and bustling bastide deep in the Lomagne white garlic region (Protected Geographical Indication)

It's famous for its garlic festival, held at the end of July in the impressive oak-framed market hall. The mathematician Pierre de Fermat was born here and you can visit the local museum about him. Find out more.


1 hr 20 from Auch or 40 minutes from Montauban. Stop: Bvd Lagal if you're coming from Auch or Pont C Montech if you're coming from Montauban. Montech stands out for its beautiful houses, gardens and lively town centre just a stone's throw from the Canal des Deux Mers and its greenway.

Take a walk from the water sports centre to visit the one-of-a-kind water slope (11 stage route). You can even hire a canoe or paddle on-site. Find out more.