The seaside of Marseille
Nautical Sport - Dates and program to be confirmed
Croisière voile au coeur des calanques !Navigation à la voile de tradition, baignade et farniente (de 10h à 18h).
Entre Marseille et Cassis profitez d'une prestation de qualité sur une journée complète, en petit comité ( maximum 27 personnes).
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