The seaside of Marseille

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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).
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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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Inspirations

The MEDITERRANEAN SEA

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Terroir

Provence's markets

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Paul Cézanne

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