Ideally located in the south of the Pyrénées Orientales department, the Destination Pyrénées Méditerranée is accessible in different ways.

By train

Different stations are served by the lines to Cerbère / Port Bou: Elne, Argelès-sur-Mer, Collioure, Port-Vendres, Banyuls-sur-Mer, Cerbère.
From Paris, the direct TGV will take you to Perpignan, where you can choose to take a connection to one of these stations on the Côte Vermeille or take the bus to reach the Albères.

Good to know

On board most TER trains, your bike travels for free, suspended or placed in a space provided for this purpose. These locations are accessible, within the limit of available places and cannot be reserved.

By bus

Many €1 bus lines criss-cross the Department of Pyrénées Orientales and the Occitanie region.
Several of them serve the Pyrénées Méditerranée destination:

  • Line 555 Le Boulou – Argelès
  • Line 540 Cerbère – Perpignan
  • Line 553 Villelongue-dels-Monts – Perpignan
  • Line 543 Cabestany – Argelès
  • Line 574 Latour-bas-Elne – Perpignan

Good to know

The Perpignan bus station is located just at the entrance to the SNCF station (TGV station side).

By plane

Located 30 km north of the Pyrénées Méditerranée territory, the Sud de France Perpignan airport provides connections with many European destinations.
Line 6 of SANKEO urban buses and transport by reservation make it easy to reach the airport from Perpignan

By car

To come to the Mediterranean Pyrenees by car, nothing could be simpler.
From the North:
Take the A9 motorway, exit Perpignan Sud, then the expressway towards Argelès-sur-Mer. If you prefer the road, follow the RN9 Narbonne – Perpignan, then take the RD914 towards Argelès-sur-Mer.
From the South:
Take the A9 motorway, exit Le Boulou, then the expressway towards Argelès-sur-Mer. By road, take either the RD 618 from Le Boulou, if you arrive from Perthus, or the RD914 from Cerbère if you arrive from the coast and Port-Bou.


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