22-Sep-2023 -- As I drove North on the autoroute from Perpignan, I was excited when I saw the line of wind turbines in the distance, because I knew that the Degree Confluence Point was there. But at first I wasn’t sure whether or not I’d be able to drive close to the point; some of the previous visitors had hiked about 2km each way.
However, I found that the gravel access road (for the wind turbines) was easy to drive in my rental car (provided that I steered around the numerous puddles that had been left by earlier rain). The access road passed just 50m West of the point, leading to a trivial hike to reach the point, which lies in a flat, rock-strewn area, near the wind turbines. At the time of my visit, there was a strong wind from the North. This caused my drone difficulties, yet most of the wind turbines were not moving. (Perhaps the demand for electricity was too low at the time.)
Here is a remote-controlled aerial video of this confluence point.