Carnival in Martigues
Martigues - Carnival - Dates and program to be confirmed - Free
A party State will invade the city... The Carnival will be the moment that each and everyone can participate by his disguise, his presence, his good humour, his desire to let go with others and to live offbeat awhile, Snook on a daily basis.
No admission charge
- Pets allowed
- Accessible for disabled
- Public car park, Public car park, various Parking
Information provided by OT Martigues
La cour de l'Île
Quai Lucien Toulmond
Course of 4th September
- 04 42 10 82 75
Where to stay
The 3* Campanile Martigues hotel is ideally located in the heart of Provence for visiting the coast. Between the Mediterranean coast and Etang de Berre, Martigues abounds with Provençal charms. The city with markets, small harbours and canals is also known as "little Venice". The hotel has 42…
At home Caillol
4-star luxury villa on 3 levels, garage, covered courtyard, exceptional view apartment, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, 1 shower room, open kitchen and central, laundry (modern), land planted with olive trees, 5 minutes from downtown, balcony overlooking the pond of Berre. Possibility of rental by the night.
Cigale De Mer Et Soleil
RDJ, independent bedroom with double or single bed, living room with sofa bed and kitchenette, bathroom, terrace, south facing in a landscaped residence, shady garden. Monthly rent possible at 800EUR (except school holidays). All charges included except the tourist tax.
Hotel Première Classe
Your Première Classe hotel in Martigues is ideally close to the Marseille Provence airport, the TGV station, the cities of Marseille, Aix-en-Provence and the Camargue. The hotel is located 2 kilometers from the city center, you will enjoy strolling through its streets to discover the bridges…
A comfortable 3* hotel in Martigues with everything you need for a relaxing stay (outdoor pool) or business trip (2 meeting rooms). The hotel has 40 air-conditioned rooms (2 with disabled access) with hair-dryer, flat-screen TV, welcome tray with kettle, free WiFi and secure parking. Situated…
Things to do
Eglise de la Madeleine
Longtemps appelée "La Cathédrale" par les martégaux, la plus imposante des églises de la ville caractéristique de l'architecture et des décors baroques provençaux d'influence italienne est classée au titre des Monuments historiques depuis 1947. Construite entre 1670 et 1680, elle…
Galerie de l'Histoire de Martigues
Embark for a unique voyage in the Galerie de l'Histoire de Martigues. This innovative 500 m2 exhibition area on the ground floor of the town hall takes you travelling back in time through the history of this one-thousand-year old city and its residents. With videos, written documents,…
Domaine du Mas Blanc, vineyard Jean-Eric Laurent
Independent winegrower, producer of wines and olive oil. Located in the heart of the Natura 2000 site "region of the ponds of Saint-Blaise". French wine and grape wine certification. Specialization in unusual varietal wines (Viognier, Merlot, Pinot Gris, gewurtztraminer, Cabernet Sauvignon).…
Educational farm of the Parc de Figuerolles
Created in 1989 on the land of the former Domaine Deverville, it allows children to raise awareness of nature and to know the pets of their region. Animations and demonstrations are organized throughout the year by a warm and passionate team: donkey rides, Easter egg hunt, transhumance week,…
By Mag Mercier
Mag Mercier fonde sa marque "Tout un Bijou" et sa première boutique dans son sud natal, à Martigues, après s'être formée en autodidacte. Sensible aux arts, son passé de danseuse se retrouve dans des créations girly, chics et raffinées, destinées à être portées comme des talismans…
Indian forest Figuerolles (forest acrobatic Park)
From trees to trees, discover 7 acrobatic courses in height in a splendid setting on the Domaine de Figuerolles in Martigues. Preferential price of less 2 euros/person in pre-sale at the Tourist Office of Martigues.Discovering this place, it is a new nature taste that you will discover. This…
The Musée Ziem was founded in 1908 thanks to donations by several artists including Félix Ziem. The collection is alternated regularly to ensure the public has access to all the works (ground and first floor). The second floor is dedicated to a permanent collection. Works by Ziem, very popular…
Where to eat
This is one of Martigues' best-known addresses for both its central location (on Quai des Pêcheurs, right at the edge of Gallifet canal) and food, offering a genuine voyage of the tastebuds into the best of Provence. Specialities include grilled fish, bouillabaisse, fish stew, beef stew, tripes…
Quai du trou du mat
For tourists who want to eat fish that comes directly from the family trawler, this is the right door. Breathtaking views of the Baussengue canal and the Saltworks Theater. Its terrace provides access to the many small poisons that come begging under your feet. Total capacity of the…
The gourmet nugget of Martigues. Offering a light and contemporary decor, this gastronomic restaurant is parked in a former garage and driven by the steady hand of 28 year old chef Fabien Morréale, ex Chibois, Banzo and Sourrieu. As far as the menu goes, this young genius has gone into…
Le Gusto Caffé
Italian restaurant: fresh and home-made product, grilled outside, garden and shady terrace overlooking the harbor. Homemade dishes prepared with fresh and seasonal products. Michelin single standard, Michelin plate, menu less than 20 euros Michelin. The Gusto Caffé is also a place to organize…
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A story that will make you turn to jelly...
As yellow as sunshine and as warm as a winter fireplace... The quince isn't very pretty, but the people of Provence love it. You could even say that a passion has been born between this irregular-shaped fruit, somewhat resembling a dented, rustic pear and our lovers of jams, jellies and pastes.
The sun's rays are warming you through the pine trees, but you will not know if the summer is here until you hear THE CICADAS!
Happiness is in the lavender field!