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24, chemin de Borde Rouge –Auzeville – CS52627
31326 Castanet Tolosan CEDEX - France

Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Coming to EMMAH

Coming to EMMAH by train, plane or car....EMMAH UMR staff is spread over several buildings. For more information, please visit the map access (GoogleMap) and EMMAH contact web page.

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Coming by car 

  •  From the A7 motorway 

Exit 24 "Avignon Sud" 
At the exit of the toll-road, continue on N129 (road-signs to N7 / Apt / the Isle-sur-la-Sorgue / Caumont) during 43 m; 
Turn to the right (slip road avoiding the roundabout) on N7 / road of Marseille (road-signs to N7 / Avignon); 
Continue on N7 / road of Marseille during 4.4 km (automatic radar at 2,8 km) across 2 roundabouts. 
3th  roundabout, take the 1st exit on Avenue of the Magnanarelles / N107; 
At the 1st roundabout, first exit leads to INRA - Domaine St-Paul.

  • From the A9 motorway 

Take the exit n ° 23 Remoulins towards Avignon / Uzès 
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit, direction A7 / Avignon (N100) 
Once in Avignon, take direction A7 / Marseille during 10kms. 
Pass through the commercial zone of "Cristole". 
Arriving at the roundabout after the shopping centre Auchan, 
Take the third exit to the left, towards Montfavet 
Then at the next roundabout take the 1st exit on the right. 
Take the first right and go in INRA research center (Domaine Saint-Paul). To access to the "faculté des sciences" building, go to downtown avignon, and follow the map indications.To access to the building AgroSciences, fomr INRA, continue to the next roundabout, take the 1st exit on the right (rue Marcel Demonque), at the roundabout take the 3th exit to the left (road ‘Meinajarès’), then the  1st left (road ‘Baruch de Spinoza’). 
Agrosciences building is located on the left approximately 400 m (301 rue Baruch de Spinoza).


Coming by public transport 

  • From the train station TGV

Take the shuttle train station TGV, until  station 'Avignon/Poste’ (15 min). 
Then bus line 8 'Avignon/Poste-post – Montfavet/Salle des fêtes'. 
Get off at the penultimate bus station ‘INRA’ (about 30 min);

  • From the train station SNCF and downtown Avignon

Go to the station 'Avignon/Poste', then take bus line 8  'Avignon Poste - Montfavet Salle des fêtes'. 
Get off at the penultimate bus station ‘INRA’ (about 30 min); 
The site is also served by the bus line 3 'Hospital/Agroparc'.  

To access Agrosciences, bus lines (3,4,21 and 23) provide regular links to bus stations "Agroparc" and "Lycée Agricole"

 avion-sacs-icone-9251-32Coming by plane

Closest airports are Marseille Provence airport (access via motorway A7), Nîmes or Montpellier Méditérranée (access via motorway A9)

See also

For more information, visit the website of Avignon public transportation or visit the sites Mappy , ViaMichelin or Google maps to plan your itinerary auto.

More information on the different accesses to ‘AgroSciences pole’