Tourist places in Marseille and its surroundings


Between sea, hills and Calanques, Marseille enjoys a privileged location and a great diversity. There are many choices available to you to visit Marseille around our hotel: the lit tle tourist train, the Marseille Panoramic Tour, the tuk-tuk, electric bikes or even the trolibs! Most tourist circuits start in the Old Port, near our hotel restaurant located on the Corniche. You cannot miss "La Bonne Mère", symbol of the city, as well as the many parks and gardens that make up the city. Marseille also has around thirty museums and cultural venues, including MUCEM, the first major national museum dedicated to Mediterranean civilizations. Do not hesitate to ask us for advice for your excursions, visits and other outings in Marseille, Cassis and its surroundings.

Visit in an original way The little train

Discover Marseille aboard the little tourist train. Departing from the Old Port, near our hotel restaurant, two magnificent walks are available. The first circuit will take you through the Corniche and will bring you to Notre Dame de la Garde. The second circuit will allow you to discover Old Marseille including the Panier district.

A postcard decor The islands of Frioul

In the middle of the Calanques of Marseille, stand four islands: Pomègues, Ratonneau, Tiboulen and If. There are beaches of fine sand and pebbles as well as exceptional flora and fauna. Shuttles from the Old Port, a stone's throw from our charming hotel restaurant, are available to take you off the Frioul Islands.

A typical district of Provence The Panier district

Le Panier, the oldest district of Marseille is located in the heart of the Phocaean City. As you walk through its narrow and steep streets, you will discover a true testimony to the eventful history of ancient Massalia. Typical bistros, unique artisans, second-hand dealers, antique dealers, creative workshops… discover Marseille from another angle.

A protected area The Calanques of Cassis

Nestled under the Cap Canaille, Cassis will seduce you with its quayside lined with restaurants, its coves, its natural beaches, its old town and of course its famous creeks. Prepare to be amazed by walking the paths of the Calanques de Cassis in Marseille. Many outdoor activities are available: climbing, canoeing, diving, mountain biking, kayaking, hiking ...

Grandiose landscapes Les Goudes village

At the end of Marseille, stands the picturesque fishing village "Les Goudes". A little hidden, accessible only by a small winding road, this village is home to many restaurants, cabins and bars. In fine weather, you will have to get up early to be able to enjoy this splendid view of the Mediterranean Sea.

An exceptional view Calanques of Sormiou and Morgiou

These two creeks are among the most beautiful, impressive and charming in the Calanques National Park. Sormiou will impress you with its length, its clear water, its diversified seabed and its fine sandy beach lined with cabanas. Morgiou is smaller in length, but much larger in depth. It is known to house a professional fishing port, cabins and a bar-restaurant right on the water.

Facing the city of Bandol Bendor Island

Accessible all year round and 7 days a week, the island of Bendor is a true haven of peace. This charming 6-hectare island is nicknamed "the island of the arts of the Mediterranean" thanks to its many museums, its village of creators and its exhibitions. The island of Bendor is one of two islands bought and fitted out by the famous entrepreneur Paul Ricard. A path, practically the entire size of the island, allows you to discover the riches of the island of Bendor on foot.

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