Tourist Tax

Tax applicable to cottages and bed and breakfasts of the municipality of Fontiers Cabardès

Tourist Tax of the municipality of Fontiers Cabardès

Fontiers Cabardès, a small village in the Aude, near Carcassonne, in the heart of the Cathar Country.

A tourist tax has been set up by the Community of Municipalities of the Montagne Noire, since 1st January 2015.

The tourist tax is a contribution that the owner of touristic accommodations is required to collect, throughout the year, on behalf of the Community of Municipalities of the Montagne Noire.
This tax is paid in full and allows to finance tourist actions, which holiday-makers benefit directly.

The Domaine de Malouziès, as a holiday rental with cottages and bed and breakfasts in Fontiers Cabardès, in the Aude, at the foot of the Montagne Noire, is required to collect this tax.

The amount of the tax is not included in our services, nor in the rates indicated on our website.
It is therefore to be settled apart.
You will have to pay it off before departure, by check, cash or credit card.

Tourist tax amount

Tax applicable per person and per night.

Amount of the tourist tax of the municipality of Fontiers Cabardès

TAX AMOUNT
Tourist tax 1.15 / Night / Person over 18 years old

To be paid before departure, by check, cash or credit card.

Information

Information is also available at the town hall or at the tourist office.

The tourist tax applies to people who are not domiciled in the municipality and do not have a residence there.
The applicable amounts of the tourist tax are established according to the nature and category of the accommodation.

The current rate of the tourist tax, collected by the municipality, is displayed in our cottages and bed and breakfasts.
The amount of the tourist tax is calculated on the basis of the number of adults and the number of nights spent in the premises.

Exemptions

Upon presentation of receipts.

Are exempt:

  • People under 18 years old.
  • Holders of a seasonal employment contract, employed in the Community of Municipalities.
  • People receiving emergency accommodation or temporary relocation.
  • People who occupy premises whose rent is less than or equal to 10€ per night and per person.
  • The owners of a second home for which they pay the housing tax.