Berre vintage

Berre l'Etang - Bric a brac-antiques-flea markets-collections - In May - Dates and program to be confirmed - Free

2ème Salon vintage des années 40 à 80
à Berre l'Étang en centre ville - entrée libre de 9h à 19h

Mobilier, vêtements, vinyles, jeux, véhicules, food trucks, déco, expositions, musique, animations, concours pin'up tombola et bien d'autres surprises

Entrée libre de 9h à 19h sur les 2 jours

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No admission charge

  • Free
  • Public car park

Information provided by Espace Patrimoine et Découverte de Berre l'Etang

  • Organiser

    Berre Animations

    Place Joffre
    13130 Berre l'Etang

  • Lieux

    Centre-ville
    13130 Berre l'Etang

  • Phone

    • 04 42 74 93 80
  • Website

Nearby

  1. Ciné 89

    Cultural place

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  2. The Berre lagoon

    Lake/Pond

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Things to do

Ciné 89
Cultural place

Ciné 89

Berre l'Etang

Pas de location de la salle.

The Berre lagoon
Lake/Pond

The Berre lagoon

Vitrolles, Châteauneuf les Martigues, Saint Victoret, Martigues, Marignane, Gignac la Nerthe, Istres, Rognac, Berre l'Etang, Saint Chamas, Miramas, Saint Mitre les Remparts

This lagoon covers 15,500 hectares, and its 75 km shoreline is quite charming. Surrounded by low limestone hills, it receives fresh water from the Rivers Arc and Touloubre and the canal from the EDF hydroelectric power station. It is connected to the sea by the Caronte canal and Le Rove canal.…

Inspirations

Inspirations

Inspirations

Traditions, lifestyle, mediterranean cuisine

The rap in Marseille part 1

The rap in Marseille part 1

With the successive acclaim of bands such as IAM, La Fonky Family, Psy 4 de la Rime and Jul, Marseille has earned its status as one of France's foremost rap capitals - the movement has been hoisted to heritage status in this city known for its gift of the gab. But how did rap culture become rooted in Marseille?

The Sea Urchin

The Sea Urchin

Terroir

According to Marcel Pagnol, "if we only judged things by appearances, nobody would ever have wanted to eat a sea urchin"

The "Navette"

The "Navette"

Terroir

Celebrated at Candlemas, this traditional Provencal biscuit is also a popular sweet treat all year round