Musée du Santon
One of Provence’s most enduring Christmas traditions are its santons , plaster-moulded, kiln-fired nativity figures, first created by...
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...
Watch out for the occasional band at this club, formerly La Noche, a couple of blocks from the Vieux Port. DJs spin everything from...
Four des Navettes
Marseille's iconic boat-shaped, orange-flower Navette biscuits.
52 rue du Plan Fourmiguier · interesting places nearby
La Passarelle information
Retro tables and chairs sit on a decking terrace beneath a shady sail, plump in the middle of the leafy-green potager (vegetable garden) where much of the kitchen's produce is grown. Philippe and Patricia’s menu is predominantly organic, with other products being strictly local, and cuisine is charmingly simple – the catch of day with vegetables, beef with polenta…