Winter Grand Prix at the Provençal game, Christian Serves souvenir (32nd edition)
Martigues - Boules-petanque - January 18-20
512 teams expected as part of the 35th national bouliste week.
FDP 24 euros /team. 6000 euros in compensation. Limited to 512 teams. Registration deadline: 01/14/2020.
Free entry for spectators.
Saturday: Games start at 9 a.m.
Sunday: Grand Prix continues at 8 a.m.
Monday: quarter-final at 9am, semi-final at 1pm and final at 4pm.
Registrations are mandatory from the beginning of December.
. By mail: La Halle de Martigues, quartier de l'hôtel de villet, BP 60101, 13692 MARTIGUES CEDEX. By check.
. On site: Office of the Halle, Monday to Friday from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm (except from 30/12 AU 03/01/2020. Species only on the spot. Information at 04.42.44.34.66.
Registration slips available at all clubs on the 13th and on 13petanque.fr
To validate the registration: names and surnames, license number, committee and membership club of each player, at least two phone numbers of 2 players and no X on the registration slip
- Accessible for disabled
- Public car park
Information provided by OT Martigues
The Hall of Martigues
Quartier De l'hôtel de ville
The Hall of Martigues
Quartier De l'hôtel de ville
- 04 42 44 34 66
04 42 49 46 98
Where to stay
Côté Notre Dame des Marins
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Things to do
Galerie de l'Histoire de Martigues
Embarquez pour un voyage unique dans la Galerie de l'Histoire de Martigues. Cet espace innovant de plus de 500 m2, situé au rez-de-chaussée de l'hôtel de ville, vous plonge dans la mémoire de cette cité millénaire et de ses habitants. Au travers de documents écrits, photographies,…
Theatre of the Salins
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Parcours archéologique sur les pas de César
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Hotmer surf shop-Martigues
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Where to eat
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