Vallon des Auffes
Nestled around this picture-postcard fishing village are traditional cabanons (seaside cabins), built by fishermen to store tackle and...
Plage des Catalans
Mesmerising views of another Marseille unfold along corniche Président John F Kennedy, the coastal road that cruises south to small,...
Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde
This opulent 19th-century Romano-Byzantine basilica occupies Marseille’s highest point, La Garde (162m). Built between 1853 and 1864, it...
This old favourite has a magical spot on the little harbour of Vallon des Auffes, with a split-level layout and glass windows...
269 corniche Président John F Kennedy · interesting places nearby
Le Rhul information
This long-standing classic has atmosphere (however kitschy): it’s a 1940s seaside hotel with Mediterranean views. Although this is one of the most reliably consistent spots for authentic bouillabaisse, go the classic one better and get the bourride (minimum two people), a hard-to-find variation brimming with garlic in white sauce.