The seaside of Marseille

Nautical Sport - Toute l'année sur rendez-vous

Soirée magique : navigation à la voile, baignade dans une jolie crique de l'archipel du Frioul, cocktail dinatoire au coucher de soleil en musique ( de 19h à minuit).
Profitez d'une prestation de qualité en petit comité ( maximum 27 personnes).

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Information provided by OT Marseille

  • Organiser

    Goélette Alliance
  • Transport means

    By boat

  • Duration

    1/2 day

  • Guide

    Guide, Federal Instructor

  • Tour language

    English, French, Italian

  • Phone

    • 06 11 63 47 44
  • Website

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Flavours of Provence

Gourmets and foodies from all over flock to Provence which has assembled all the ingredients for an exciting culinary journey. In this part of the world, the vineyards along the Cassis wine route graze the Mediterranean Sea. In Aix-en-Provence, the almond scent of calisson sweets mingles with the orange blossom of Navettes de Marseille biscuits. Rouille brings colour to bowls of bouillabaisse while olive oil made in the Alpilles is a staple on every table! Not to forget rice and meat from Camargue. A gourmet tour of Provence promises an epicurean feast.

In the Alpilles, Les Baux, Saint-Rémy and more

A day suffices to see the main sites in the Alpilles. Don't miss the ancient town of Glanum with its Roman ruins and Saint-Sixte Chapel. The Carrières de Lumières is worth a visit for its original and captivating audiovisual displays. Then step foot in the legendary Château des Baux and find a table at La Reine Jeanne to enjoy refined dishes made with fresh, local produce. Your tour ends at the oil mills, vital links in the production chain for AOP Baux-de-Provence olive oil.

The Mediterranean, from beach to creek

Do you love the seaside and the great outdoors? Wild countryside bathed in sunlight? Then this tour was made for you! Over three days, take a tour of unspoilt places that have earned Provence's coastline such a fantastic reputation. Begin at the immaculate and practically deserted Camargue beach before continuing your trip with an invigorating stroll around the Côte Bleue Marine Park. Then cap off your long weekend between Marseille, Cassis and La Ciotat with a tour of the calanques (creeks) including the lovely and secluded En-Vau. A fresh breath of sea air!

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