The available transport services (plane, train, and motorway) make it very easy for you to reach the ITER site from Marseille, Aix-en-Provence and Manosque.
The nearest international airport is Marseille-Provence, about an hour's drive from the ITER site. The Marseille-Provence airport provides direct connections to several major international airports, including Paris, London, Frankfurt and Amsterdam.
For more information visit www.marseille.aeroport.fr.
The site is also accessible from the Nice International Airport, about two hours by car from the ITER site.For more information visit www.nice.aeroport.fr
The nearest SNCF train stations are those in Aix-en-Provence and Marseille:
Bus à la demande Val de Durance Est.
ITER can be reached :
Via the motorway: take RD907, then A51 at the Manosque motorway toll and then take exit 17 (about 18 km)
Route R1: via RD907, RD4, RD554 and then RD952 (about 21 km through Vinon-sur-Verdon)
Route R2: via RD4096, RD 996 and RD952 (about 28 km through Saint-Paul-lez-Durance).
The EDF dam route is open for light vehicles only on Monday to Friday in the morning (6:45 - 9:30 am) and in the direction of the ITER site, and in the afternoon (16:30- 18:30) in the direction of Manosque; you must pay a badge subscription to be authorised to use this route.
For more information, contact Agence Iter France: AIF-WAIfirstname.lastname@example.org
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