Musée du Santon
One of Provence’s most enduring, and endearing, Christmas traditions are its santons , plaster-moulded, kiln-fired nativity figures,...
Heading west of the Vieux Port brings you to Abbaye St-Victor, birthplace of Christianity in Marseille and built on a 3rd-century BC...
Ships have docked for more than 26 centuries at the city’s birthplace, the colourful Old Port. The main commercial docks were...
Downstairs, bands play; upstairs, DJs spin everything from electro to salsa.
Four des Navettes
Marseille's iconic boat-shaped, orange-flower Navette biscuits.
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Lonely Planet review
Retro tables and chairs sit beneath lime-green parasols on a terrace between veggie and strawberry beds. Everything growing in the walled garden goes into something on Philippe and Patricia’s predominantly organic menu, and other products are strictly local.