Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde"The Benevolent Mother", emblematic face of the city, is situated on a hill of 162m high above sea level and offers a unique view of Marseille and the Mediterranean Sea.
La CanebièreAt the top, the Reformed Church, downtown, the Old Port. In between, the famous “Canebière”, Marseille’s 5th Avenue.
Les CalanquesThe calanques creek, unique in Europe, can be seen from Marseille to Cassis. Twenty miles of white cliffs plunging steeply into turquoise water.
Le Vallon des AuffesAt the heart of the city, below the Corniche, small huts, fishermen and fishing nets are doing of the “Vallon des Auffes”, the most picturesque fishing port of Marseille.
La Corniche KennedyFrom Endoume to Prado beaches, the Kennedy Corniche follows the seaside and offers an majestic view on the Mediterranean Sea and its islands.
Iles GoudesSmall picturesque fishermen village located at the end of Marseille.
Le Palais LongchampThe most impressive water tower ever built. If you are looking for green and calm, you will enjoy the pleasant Palace gardens.
Le Quartier du Panier The oldest neighborhood of France and most characteristic of Marseille! Discover its special atmosphere full of history, in criss-crossing its alleyways.
Le Vieux PortThis is the largest marina of France. Enjoy your walk on the port to visit the fish market, which takes place every morning on the quai des Belges.
Le Château d'IfDiscover the famous castle of Count of Monte Cristo from Alexandre Dumas'novel, located off Marseille: an exceptional view of Marseille and the islands of Friuli.