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How to get to Mont de Marsan ?

How to get

to Mont de Marsan ?

Are you planning to come to Mont de Marsan or the surrounding area? Located in the heart of the South-West in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, in the Landes department, you have a multitude of alternatives and without necessarily taking the car.

To reach us, the best is still to go through Bordeaux, Bayonne or Pau.

From Paris: 3h30 by train

From Bordeaux: 1h30 by train or 1h30 by car

From Bayonne: 1 hour by car

From Pau: 1 hour by car

From Toulouse: 2h30 by car

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Mont de Marsan is easily accessible by air links, with no less than seven airports, less than 2h30 by road connected daily to several French and European destinations.


Pau-Pyrénées Airport: 1 hour drive (via A65) – Timetable:

Agen-La Garenne airport: 1h30 drive (via A62 and D933N) – Timetable:

Biarritz-Anglet-Bayonne airport: 1h20 drive (via A63) – Timetable:

Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrénées airport: 1h30 drive (via A65 and A64) – Timetable:

Bordeaux Mérignac Airport: 1h30 drive (via A65 and A62) – Timetable:

Toulouse Blagnac airport: 2h20 drive (via A62) – Timetable:

Bilbao Airport (Spain): 2h30 drive (via A63) – Timetable:

Mont de Marsan station is very close to the city center.

From now on, Mont de Marsan can be reached in 3h43 from Paris.

From Bordeaux – Gare Saint Jean (direct connection): 1h30

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You can access Mont de Marsan by TGV via Dax station and then take the RDTL bus network which connects Dax to Mont de Marsan from Monday to Saturday.

Due to the many SNCF timetable changes in France, we recommend that you visit the website

If you decide to travel by car, several road and motorway connections serve Mont de Marsan and its territory. In particular the A65 which connects Bordeaux to Pau.

Here is a small overview of the number of kilometers separating us from the largest cities in France and Aquitaine.


Regional connections

From Dax: 53 kms (0h40) > take the RN124
From Pau: 80 kms (1h15) > take the RN134
From Biarritz: 117 km (1h20) > take the RN 10 then the RN124
From Bordeaux: 134 km (1h24) > take A65
From Toulouse: 180 kms (2h30) > take the RN124 then the D6 and D30


National connections

From Nantes: 456 km (5h05)
From Marseille: 584 km (6h05)
From Paris: 715 km (6h55)
From Lyon: 718 km (7h10)
From Strasbourg: 1090 km (11h)