Plage des Catalans
Jardin du Pharo
Perched at the edge of the peninsula along the southern side of the Vieux Port, the Jardin du Pharo is a perfect picnic spot and ideal...
Palais du Pharo
This palace perched at the edge of the Vieux Port’s southern promontory is surrounded by the Jardin du Pharo.
Guarding Marseille’s harbour on the southern side is Fort St-Nicolas, originally built in the 17th century for King Louis XIV.
This deceptively shabby-looking restaurant opposite Plage des Catalans has been the culinary pride and joy of the Michel family since...
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Mesmerising views of another Marseille unfold along corniche Président John F Kennedy, the coastal road that cruises south to small, beach volleyball–busy Plage des Catalans.