By car arriving from the highway:
You probably will use a GPS and putting the address but essentially, from the airport or driving on the highway, the exit to take is exit 31 for “Aix Val St André”. After exiting the highway, there is a big round about on which to take the second exit. Straight after, there is another round about, much smaller, take the first exit.
Driving up the Avenue St Jerome, there is a little supermarket on the left. Drive up the hill until arriving at a small round-about. Going straight through (or taking the first “exit”), there is a small private alleyway with gravels on the right handside. This is the 51 avenue saint Jerome. Drive into the alleyway, the house is the fourth on the left, you can see a swimming pool through the trees. You can park the car in front of the house and leave it during your stay.
By car arriving from the town center:
Arriving from the town center, going down the avenue Saint Jérôme, you will be arriving to the small round. On your right, there is a large EDF-GDF center. This tiny roundabout is the first one you come across if you were to drive down avenue Saint Jérôme. Just go round it, doing a 180 on yourself, and take the first alleyway after exiting the round about (as per above).
By TGV or airport with the bus shuttle:
There are regular bus shuttle from the airport onto the center of Aix en Provence. All the details are here. The shuttle leaves the airport and go via “Aix TGV” which is where the TGV from London or Paris stops. Broadly speaking, they run every 30 minutes. A return journey from the airport costs €13.80 and a return from the gare TGV costs €6.90. You can find all details here. Once you arrive in Aix, you can either grab a cab or carry on with the local bus. In which case, it’s a matter of walking to La Rotonde and taking the line 4 direction to Val Saint André. Get off at the stop called “Saint Jérôme”. The private alleyway is opposite side of the road.