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Abbey of St Victor, Marseille
Abbey of St Victor, Marseille

The Abbey of Saint Victor is a late Roman former monastic foundation in Marseille in the south of France, named after the local soldier saint and martyr, Victor of Marseilles

Calanque d'En-Vau
Calanque d'En-Vau

Calanque d'En-Vau in Marseille is located between high cliffs. Cassis is the closest town, but this calanque belongs go Marseille. In the middle of the pines, it is one of the most beautiful calanques in the Mediterranean.

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Calanque de Callelongue
Calanque de Callelongue

The Calanque de Callelongue is very easy to reach by public transport from Marseille. Best to take the bus number 19 from station Castellane and continue to the terminus Madrague de Mont Redon. Here you change to bus number 20 until the station Callelongue. The bus stops right at the Calanque.

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Calanque de Morgiou
Calanque de Morgiou

Calanque de Morgiou in Marseille is located at ten kilometers to the east of Calanque de Sormiou going toward Cassis. This calanque is very deep and narrow. We find a little fishing harbor and cabanas that are occupied during the year. A restaurant/bar is also open during certain periods of the year.

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Calanque de Port Pin
Calanque de Port Pin

7 reviews of Calanque de Port-Pin "AMAZING... is the first word that comes to mind. We made our first visit here on an especially mild day in early November, and it was like walking through a post card.

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Calanque de Sormiou
Calanque de Sormiou

calanque de Sormiou is located in Marseille. Plan your calanque de Sormiou visit and explore what else you can see and do in Marseille using our Marseille online road trip planner.

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Calanque de Sugiton
Calanque de Sugiton

Adresse of the Calanque de Sugiton : Calanque de Sugiton 13009 Marseille Calanque de Sugiton in Marseille is accessible from the university in Luminy or from Morgiou calanque. In this little creek, we find two stone beaches.

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Calanque du Devenson
Calanque du Devenson

Market days in Calanques at Marseille, France Regular market(s) are held in Calanques at Marseille each Wednesday & Friday. (Markets are held in the morning unless stated.) (Markets are held in the morning unless stated.)

Calanques National Park
Calanques National Park

As Europe's only protected park to contain land, water, and semi-urban areas, Calanques National Park (Parc National des Calanques) is a mecca for outdoor adventurers. Whether you want to snorkel and sail, kayak and climb, or hike and watch out for wildlife, France's answer to the Garden of Eden has it all.

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Centre Bourse
Centre Bourse

With its unique location just minutes from the MuCEM,the Vieux-Port, and Saint-Charles station, the Bourse shopping mall is positioned strategically. It is directly connected to the shopping streets of Saint-Ferréol and La Canebière. It enjoys a steady flow of visitors, surrounded by the bustle of Marseille.

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ChâTeau d'If
ChâTeau d'If

The Château d'If is a fortress (later a prison) located on the island of If, the smallest island in the Frioul archipelago situated in the Mediterranean Sea about 1.5 kilometres (7 ⁄ 8 mile) offshore in the Bay of Marseille in southeastern France.

Colorbüs Marseille
Colorbüs Marseille

Visitez les lieux emblématiques de Marseille en un circuit grâce à nos sightseeing bus.

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Cosquer Cave
Cosquer Cave

The Cosquer cave is located in the Calanque de Morgiou in Marseille, France, near Cap Morgiou. The entrance to the cave is located 37 m (121 ft) underwater, due to the Holocene sea level rise.

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Cours Julien
Cours Julien

And, even if you can't make it to Marseille, there's a brilliant way to get a real flavour of the quarter: devised by Google, Night Walk in Marseille is an immersive and interactive guided tour through the Cours Julien on a late summer night.

ÉGlise Saint-Laurent
ÉGlise Saint-Laurent

En 1249, sous l’épiscopat de Benoît d'Alignan, l’église de Saint-Laurent devient la quatrième paroisse de Marseille avec la Major, les Accoules et Saint-Martin. Le bâtiment a été remanié au XVII e siècle à ses deux extrémités.

ÉGlise Saint-Vincent-de-Paul
ÉGlise Saint-Vincent-de-Paul

The Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul is a Roman Catholic church in Marseille, France.

Fort Saint-Jean
Fort Saint-Jean

Fort Saint-Jean (French pronunciation: [fɔʁ sɛ̃ʒɑ̃]) is a fortification in Marseille, built in 1660 by Louis XIV at the entrance to the Old Port.

Fort Saint-Nicolas
Fort Saint-Nicolas

Fort Saint Nicholas in Marseille is a fortification built by King Louis XIV between 1660 and 1664, supposedly to defend the city’s port, but also to quell the uprising of the people of the city against their governor.

Jardin de la Magalone
Jardin de la Magalone

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Jardin des Vestiges
Jardin des Vestiges

Jardin des Vestiges HISTORY The Jardin des Vestiges is an archaeological site in Marseille housing the remains of this city’s ancient Greek then Roman port. Discovered during building works carried out in the 1960’s, the ruins of Jardin des Vestiges have been excavated and include large sections of walls, gates and the remnants of warehouses and the general infrastructure of the old port.

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La Joliette
La Joliette

Marseille, France © Mapbox© OpenStreetMap contributors The old maritime neighbourhood of La Joliette, moribund since the decline of the 19th-century docks, has been revitalised by bars, boutiques and restaurants.

la Porte de L'Orient - Monument aux Armées d'Afrique
la Porte de L'Orient - Monument aux Armées d'Afrique

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La Vieille Charité
La Vieille Charité

La Vieille Charité in Marseille France is a historic complex on the north side of the Vieux Port that was once a workhouse. The Baroque chapel located in the centre of the complex features a breathtaking dome.

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Les Petits Trains de Marseille
Les Petits Trains de Marseille

Petit Train Marseille is the easiest way to get up the hill to Notre Dame, with great views of Marseilles along the way. Plan to visit Petit Train Marseille during your Marseille vacation using our convenient Marseille trip itinerary tool.

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Marseille Cathedral
Marseille Cathedral

Marseille Cathedral (French: Cathédrale Sainte-Marie-Majeure de Marseille or Cathédrale de la Major) is a Roman Catholic cathedral, and a national monument of France, located in Marseille. It has been a basilica minor since 1896.

Marseille History Museum
Marseille History Museum

The Marseille History Museum (French: Musée d'Histoire de Marseille) is the local historical and archaeological museum of Marseille in France. It was opened in 1983, the first town historical museum in France, to display the major archaeological finds discovered when the site was excavated in 1967 for commercial redevelopment and the construction of the Centre de la Bourse shopping centre.

Massif de Marseilleveyre
Massif de Marseilleveyre

Le massif de Marseilleveyre au sens strict s'étend d'ouest en est sur une dizaine de kilomètres depuis la pointe des Goudes, le cap Croisette, jusqu'à la calanque de Sugiton, où il est en contact avec le massif de Puget, qui le prolonge à l'est jusqu'à la cuvette de Cassis.

Massif des Calanques
Massif des Calanques

The Massif des Calanques is a wild and rugged terrain stretching from the ninth arrondissement of Marseille to the east towards Cassis, spanning 20 km in length and 4 km in width along the coast. Its highest peak is Mont Puget at 565m.

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Musée Cantini
Musée Cantini

The Musée Cantini in Marseille is a museum of modern art housed in a late-17th century palace in the city center. In 1916 the French sculptor Jules Cantini donated the palace, along with his personal collection, to the City of Marseille in order to create a new museum of art.

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Musée d'ArchéOlogie MéDiterranéEnne
Musée d'ArchéOlogie MéDiterranéEnne

Le musée d’Archéologie méditerranéenne possède la collection d’antiquités égyptiennes la plus importante de France après le Louvre. Le département égyptien renferme des pièces incontournables comme les stèles du général Kasa et la table de Marseille.

Musée des Beaux-Arts, Marseille
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Marseille

Le musée des Beaux-Arts, le plus ancien des musées de Marseille, est l'un des quinze musées que le Consulat crée en 1801 dans les grandes villes de France. Sous le Second Empire, pour lui offrir ainsi qu’au muséum, des espaces dignes de ses collections, la Ville de Marseille fait édifier sur les plans de l'architecte Henry Espérandieu, le Palais Longchamp qui sera inauguré en 1869.

Musée des Docks Romains
Musée des Docks Romains

Fernand Benoit, Musée des docks romains et du commerce antique de Marseille, imprimerie municipale, 1963. Bruno Bizot, Xavier Delestre, Jean Guyon, Manuel Molinier et Henri Tréziny, Marseille antique, guides archéologiques de la France, éditions du patrimoine, Paris, 2007, (ISBN 978-2-85822-931-4).

Musée Regards de Provence
Musée Regards de Provence

Dons en ligne. Soutenez la fondation en devenant membre ou mécène. Au fil des années, la Fondation Regards de Provence s'est constituée un patrimoine artistique important de plus de 850 oeuvres liées de près ou de loin au territoire du sud.

Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Marseille
Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Marseille

The Muséum d’histoire naturel de Marseille, also known in English as the Natural History Museum of Marseille, is one of the most visited natural history museums in France. It was founded in 1819 by Jean-Baptiste, marquis de Montgrand and Christophe de Villeneuve-Bargemon, prefect of the Bouches-du-Rhône department.

Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations
Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations

Marseille, France Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations This modern museum of Mediterranean culture is surrounded by a surreal concrete honeycomb.

Notre-Dame de la Garde
Notre-Dame de la Garde

Notre-Dame de la Garde (literally: Our Lady of the Guard) is a Catholic basilica in Marseille, France, and the city's best-known symbol. The site of a popular Assumption Day pilgrimage, it is the most visited site in Marseille.

Old Port of Marseille
Old Port of Marseille

The Old Port of Marseille (French: Vieux-Port de Marseille) is at the end of the Canebière, the major street of Marseille. It has been the natural harbour of the city since antiquity and is now the main popular place in Marseille.

Orange VéLodrome
Orange VéLodrome

The Orange Velodrome is much more than a stadium. It is integrated into a high-quality urban environment, with the development of a new ecodistrict covering 100,000 m² around the Marseille venue.

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Palais Longchamp
Palais Longchamp

In the renovated and reopened (2013) left wing of the Palais, the Museum of Fine Arts displays paintings, sculptures and drawings from the 16th and 19th century. It is one of the oldest museums in Marseille as it was founded in 1801.

Parc Borély
Parc Borély

Parc Borély is a public municipal park in the city of Marseille, in France. It is classified by the French Ministry of Culture as one of the Notable Gardens of France. The park is 17 hectares in size.

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Parc du 26e Centenaire
Parc du 26e Centenaire

Léa Jaime Pomares added a new photo — at Parc du 26e Centenaire. · June 8 at 11:21pm · Marseille, France · Ricardo Dos Santos is at Parc du 26e Centenaire.

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Plage de la Pointé Rouge
Plage de la Pointé Rouge

One of Marseille's rare sandy beaches, Plage de la Pointe Rouge provides a perfect place to relax and soak up some sunshine on your vacation. You'll find plenty of amenities here to help you make the most of your visit, including a swimming pool, showers, and an upmarket marina. If the water is too ...

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Plage du Prado,
Plage du Prado,

Prado Beach in Marseille France (Plages du Prado) is the destination of choice for visitors to Marseille that want to enjoy the sun and sand of the French Riviera. The beach is located along the Mediterranean coast just a few kilometers south of the Old Port.

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Porte d'Aix
Porte d'Aix

Porte d'Aix (also known as the Porte Royale) is a triumphal arch in Marseille, in the south of France, marking the old entry point to the city on the road from Aix-en-Provence.[1] The classical design by Michel-Robert Penchaud was inspired by the triumphal arches of the Roman Empire.

Prado Seaside Park
Prado Seaside Park

The creation of the Prado seaside resort has enabled many inhabitants of Marseille to access the seaside with ease. 26 hectares of green spaces go hand in hand with 10 hectares of sandy beaches. Every year, millions of visitors enjoy the public lawns, the esplanades, as well as the resting and games areas.

Ratonneau
Ratonneau

Marseille, France Fort of Ratonneau A crumbling island fortress that seems to be covered in a field of stone crosses but is simply incomplete.

Saint-Charles
Saint-Charles

Gare de Marseille-Saint-Charles. Marseille – Saint-Charles is the main railway station and intercity bus station of Marseille. It is the southern terminus of the Paris–Marseille railway.

Unité d'Habitation
Unité d'Habitation

Unité d’Habitation, 18-story residential block in Marseille, France, that expressed Le Corbusier’s ideal of urban family lodging. Completed in 1952, it is a vertical mixed-use community, with a shopping floor halfway up and other communal facilities on the roof.

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Vallon des Auffes
Vallon des Auffes

The Vallon des Auffes is a little traditional fishing haven in Marseille in the 7th arrondissement of Marseille. It is situated 2.5 km south-west of the Vieux-Port over the corniche Kennedy, between the Catalans beach and Malmousque bay.

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