GR2013 : De Plan de Campagne à St Antoine
Walk - Toute l'année
Cette étape marquera la frontière entre le Pays d'Aix et la communauté urbaine de Marseille-Provence. Entre Cabriès et Marseille, Plan de Campagne : crée en 1960, c'est la plus vaste zone commerciale de France. Avant d'arriver sur Marseille vous longerez la promenade aménagée sur le canal de Marseille où vous pourrez observer en bordure les jardins potagers des villas.
Plan de Campagne
Départ Arrêt de bus Centre Leclerc.
Marseille - Saint Antoine
Arrivée Gare Ste Antoine.
(TER en direction de Marseille et d'Aix-en-Provence).
Information provided by Provence Tourisme
13 rue Roux de Brignoles
1 to 2hrs
- 04 91 13 84 13
04 91 33 01 82
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