A busy, bustling port, though not particularly touristy, Marseille is becoming an increasingly popular holiday destination. A classic French fishing city where you can watch the day’s catches come in and take a load off sat at one of the many port-side bars or restaurants. Food and drink are a pivotal part of the Marseille lifestyle and you’ll find plenty of places to savour the local delicacies like the popular fish stew Bouillabaisse. Marseille is a multicultural city with a large immigrant population Marseille can also easily cater for lovers of Caribbean, North African and Italian cuisine.
One thing Marseille prides itself on even more than food is its beaches. While the temperatures and quality can vary you’ll be spoilt for choice. The Notre Dame de la Garde is probably the most renowned landmark in Marseille and, aside from its architectural beauty, the views from the church’s 148ft tower are staggeringly impressive. Our Marseille guide is here to help you make the most of your time in this beautiful French city.
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