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Interurban Bus Lines
A list of bus lines between Marseille and other towns, with routes and schedules, is available on
Le Pilot - LER, Fiches Horaires. On this external page, select and click the line you want for a route map and schedule. Below we've listed the bus lines you will find on the LePilot page.
Line 17, Marseille - Aix - Cavaillon - Carpentras
Line 18, Arles - Tarascon - Avignon TGV and centre ville
Line 19, Toulon - Aix-en-Provence
Line 20, Nice - Aix-en-Provence - Marseille
Line 23, Avignon - Aix-en-Provence
Line 24, Marseille - Aix-en-Provence - Manosque
Line 25, Marseille - Manosque - Forcalquier
Line 26, Forcalquier - Sisteron - Digne - Aix TGV - Airport MP
Line 27, Marseille - Gréoux - Castellane
Lilne 28, Marseille - Manosque - Digne
Line 29, Marseille - Gap - Briançon
Line 30, Marseille - Gap - Barcelonnette
Line 36, Le Luc - Aix TGV - Airport MP
The Var number-16 line has five buses a day, each direction, between Aups and Brignoles, and a few more between Villecroze-Brignoles and Lorgues-Brignoles.
Aups-Brignoles: about 1 hour.
Saint Maximin - Barjols
- There are three buses a day, six days a week (not Sunday) from St. Maximin to Barjols. The departure schedule (summer 2001) is 7h50, 12h20, 17h40. Contact the St. Maximin Office de Tourisme for the latests schedule.
- Autocars Bremond
Nimes - Remoulins
- Nimes, Tarascon, Avignon, St Rémy, Remoulins
- STD GARD
- Tel: 04 66 29 27 29
- Note: Remoulins is "beside" Pont du Gard (3 km)
- Note 2 (by Bill marsano, Mar 2003):
I came there on an STDG bus from Avignon (departs from Gare Routiers and a stop by the Edouard Daladier bridge several times daily). It took about one hour (cost five euros, round trip 9 euros) and dropped me at a traffic circle that appears to be where D-19a merges with D-981. From there it is about 1/2 km to the visitors centre and a few hundred meters more to the Pont itself.