GR2013 : D'Aubagne à Gémenos

Walk - Toute l'année

Au moment où vous sortez d'Aubagne, vous serez au cœur de la plaine agricole d'Aubagne qui jouxte une grand zone commerciale. Lorsque vous arriverez sur Gémenos, vous longerez cette fois-ci des champs de vignes et d'oliviers. A voir : la chaelle se Saint-Jean-de-Garguier.

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Aubagne

Aubagne

Départ Pôle d'echange d'Aubagne
(Cartreize ligne 100 en venant de Marseille et ligne 72 en venant d'Aix-en-Provence)

Gémenos

Aubagne

Arrivée Centre de Gémenos
(Aggobus N°7 vers Aubagne)

Information provided by Bouches du Rhône Tourisme

  • Town of arrival

    Gémenos

  • Organiser

    Comité Départemental du Tourisme 13
  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Distance

    10km

  • Duration

    2 to 3hrs

  • Slope

    156m

  • Phone

    • 04 91 13 84 13
  • Fax

    04 91 33 01 82

  • Website

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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.

3 trips in 1, marseille, provence, camargue

Before or after your cruise, make the most of your departure from (or arrival into) Marseille to explore the region over a couple of days. Marseille will show you its many faces, its sea, its ancient heritage and its new museums like the MuCEM. Aix-en-Provence, Aubagne and Les Baux-de-Provence will introduce you to the heart and soul of Provence though its old stone houses, vineyards and olive groves. Last but by no means least, Arles and Camargue will whisk you to a dramatic change of scenery just a few kilometres from Marseille's cruise terminal. Marseille, Provence and Camargue, the promise of three trips in one!

Aix-en-Provence, wine & gastronomy – on the trail of Cézanne

From Puyloubier to Trets, explore the stunning wine country around Mount Sainte-Victoire and get to know all about the region's talent for all things sweet. Calissons, an Aix speciality, won't hold any more secrets once you've visited the Léonard Parli confectionery. Take to the wine route and check out exclusive wineries such as Domaine de Saint-Ser or Terre de Mistral. Standing proud, Mount Sainte-Victoire has its own appellation and provides a livelihood to the 80 winegrowers in the (Cave des Vignerons du Mont Sainte-Victoire cooperative. Enjoy your day!

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