Want to escape, relax, rest, all accompanied by the song of the cicadas and the sound of the waves, we advise you to go to the most beautiful beaches of Marseille: Romaniquette beach, L'Abricotier or that Prado.
To observe turquoise water and unspoiled spaces, go to the most prestigious coves in the vicinity of Marseille: the cove of Morgiou, Surgiton, Sormiou, d'en Vau, La Crine and that of Saména. Spend a pleasant time, far from the tumult of the city, on paradisiac beaches.
The Museum of Civilizations in Europe and the Mediterranean is known to everyone for its unusual architecture, on the seafront. For a visit with family or friends, the MuCEM will surprise you with its contemporary design, its exhibitions and its proximity to Fort Saint-Jean.
Our Lady of the Guard
The Basilica which overlooks Marseille is often nicknamed "the Good Mother" by the inhabitants of the Phocaean City. From its limestone peak, you will get a superb view of Marseille. Visit the symbol of a city that hosts more than a century of history.
The Chateau d'If
Off Marseille, discover the Château d'If. This fortress was built around 1520 and had several roles: to protect Marseilles from an invasion, to cover the exits of the royal fleet, to be a prison for the opponents and finally, the place of imprisonment of the hero of Alexandre Dumas, in his novel "The Count of Monte Cristo" of 1844.
The Frioul Islands
The Frioul archipelago consists of 4 islands: Pomègues, Ratonneau, If and Tiboulen. Three of these islands can be visited. You can discover enchanting, unspoiled and wild landscapes. Passionate about history, nature and unusual walks will be amazed by their passage on the Frioul islands.