GR2013 : De St Louis au Centre ville de Marseille
Walk - Toute l'année
Vous longerez ici le port maritime de Marseille. Containers, ferry et hangars, vous découvrirez une incroyable industrie portuaire chargée d'histoire. A voir : le J1, le Mucem, la villa Méditerrannée, la Fondation de Provence, le Vieux Port en habits neufs.
Départ du Lycée Nord.
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