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What to do in Marseille?

Marseille is the ideal city for travelers wishing to discover the sweetness of the South of France while staying in a large city offering many activities adapted to your stays as a couple, with friends or with family.

The essentials in Marseille

Are you planning a family vacation? Do not miss the emblematic places of Marseille! For the pleasure of young and old, opt for a walk in the Calanques of Marseille.

For the most fervent supporters of Olympique de Marseille or for football lovers, come to the Orange Vélodrome stadium to come and watch a match or to discover the Vélodrome stadium.

Impossible to escape a walk to come and admire the Basilica of Notre-Dame de la Garde, emblem of the city of Marseille, which overlooks the city center and offers you an incredible panorama of the city. For lovers of ancient architecture, go to the Cathedral of the Major, located near the Old Port of Marseille with a very particular neo-Byzantine style.

A real must-see district for all those staying in Marseille, the Vallon des Auffes and its small fishing port is a place preserved from the tumult of the city center. You will be able to enjoy a swim with friends or family.

Discover the Old Port of Marseille

Ideal place to enjoy a breathtaking view for a walk for two or the time of a meal for taste the famous bouillabaisse, the district of the Old Port is the place of life par excellence for all Marseillais who wish to meet and enjoy idleness.

Discover the oldest district of Marseille

A true picturesque district of the Phocaean city, the Panier district is the oldest in town. You will be able to stroll through the small streets of the 2nd arrondissement of Marseille and discover many small places ideal for eating and sitting on the terrace to enjoy the sun.

What to visit in Marseille?

Are you looking for the best hotels in Marseille? Our hoteliers recommend that you go to MuCEM: the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations opened in 2013 offers visitors many exhibitions suitable for all ages and regularly updated. You will also be able to discover the architectural course. For travelers wishing to immerse themselves in the heart of regional culture, discover the Marseille Soap Museum.

You might learn it, but Marseille is the oldest city in France ! Baptized Massalia, the city was already at the time of the Romans an important port center. Ravaged by successive wars, today it is a mixture of past and present that can be visited thanks to its modern tram, as well as to the two metro lines serving the city perfectly. We will discover a city that was built around its canebière and small neighborhoods with a village soul, not to mention the Joliette district which has turned into a real business center!

Are you going to Marseille for professional reasons? Our hotels allow you to enjoy a comfortable double room with unlimited breakfast. You can easily reach the place of your meeting in the center of Marseille or its surroundings.

Laze on the Prado beaches, bouillabaisse tasting in the Old Port, shopping trip on the Canebière, theater evening, football match at the Vélodrome stadium, walk on the ledge or in the Estaque district …

Visit Marseille on foot

The Prado beaches are very popular. They are the best known and the most frequented in Marseille, and remain supervised and fitted out during the high season. Choose accommodation and explore the Pointe Rouge beach, one of the few fine sandy beaches in Marseille, perfect for the little ones. Make the most of your stay, until the last minute with departures authorized until noon!

A visit to the creeks of Marseille

What to do around Marseille? Choose a superior room suitable for the whole family, with a private bathroom. After enjoying our all-you-can-eat sweet and savory breakfast, set off to climb the rugged terrain of the creeks of Marseille, it is a sportsman’s paradise. Because in addition to its ports and its naturist beaches (Calanque de Sugiton, for the curious), its limestone cliffs shelter winding paths and rock climbing walls. If you are interested in climbing, prefer them Calanques d’En-Vau and Sormiou. For hiking, all the cliffs are available to you, between the Calanques de Callelongue and Port-Miou. the GR 51 traces its route there. Book in our hotel near the creeks of Marseille and enjoy a stay in the countryside!

Want to explore the historical heritage of Marseille? Head for the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde basilica and its statue of the Good Mother, with its exceptional panoramic view. Visible from everywhere, the Good mother is Marseille’s main monument and has been a true tradition for Marseille residents for centuries.

Saint-Victor Abbey, the Frioul castle and the santon museum are also worth a visit, even if you come for business tourism in the heart of Marseille!

Marseille’s agenda has nothing to envy that of the capital! In the city center, you will discover many museums with varied themes, many theaters, as well as the Palais des Congrès. There are events every day, but if you wanted to remember only three here they are: the International Music Festival of today (April), the Monte-Cristo challenge (June) and the Marsatac Festival (September ).

Lovers of the round ball, each match at Olympique de Marseille is a real celebration, inside and outside the Stade Vélodrome. The Orange Vélodrome is the second largest stadium in France.

Also not to be missed: the Christmas period when the traditional santons adorn all the churches in Marseille. Without forgetting that the city was elected Capital of Culture in 2013 !

Take the time to visit and soak up this atmosphere, and book a cheap hotel room in Marseille ! You can test each of our hotels, choose à la carte, according to your wishes and needs.

Whatever the reason for your visit to the South of France, take the opportunity to discover the secrets of the Marseille city by staying in our hotels classified two to three stars. Depending on the length of your stay, take the opportunity to discover the surroundings of Marseille such as the towns of Cassis and La Ciotat.

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