Meals and dances of the fishing week
Martigues - Street dance - In August - Dates and program to be confirmed
The notoriety of these evenings is more to demonstrate and the craze of martégaux and tourists present at this time that these evenings are eagerly awaited.
Ticketing at the Tourist Office.
Program dances with meals:
- Thursday, August 15: giant tuna and dancing with "Cheiro do Brazil" + Dj. 17 euros.
- Friday, August 16: pig on the spit and dance party Disco 80 + Dj. 16 euros.
- Saturday, August 17: Giant tuna and music-variety show with Jo Pepinol. 17 euros.
Children under 12: 7,5 euros.
As part of the 14th fishing week from August 14 to 16: National Offshore Sport Fishing Championship (on the high seas).
Meeting at 5.30 pm for the arrival of the boats and the weighing of the fish.
Saturday: closing ceremony and awards ceremony.
Information provided by OT Martigues
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4 quai Sainte Anne
Quai d'honneur de l'Hôtel de Ville
Avenue Louis Sammut
- 04 42 42 31 10
04 42 07 33 44
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