GR2013 : De St Antoine à St Louis

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Entre zones urbaines, résidences, commerces, platanes et autres arbres, les quartiers de Marseille se dessinent au fil du parcours.

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Marseille - Saint Antoine

Marseille

Départ Gare Ste Antoine
(TER en venant de Marseille et d'Aix-en-Provence).

Marseille - Saint Louis

Marseille

Arrivée Lycée Nord
(Bus N° 70 vers le centre ville de Marseille)

Information provided by Bouches du Rhône Tourisme

  • Organiser

    Comité Départemental du Tourisme 13
  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Distance

    4km

  • Duration

    1 to 2hrs

  • Slope

    73m

  • Phone

    • 04 91 13 84 13
  • Fax

    04 91 33 01 82

  • Website

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Essential Salon-de-Provence, a soap opera

This is a simple itinerary designed to stimulate your senses. The first stops on the tour are the Marius Fabre and Rampal Latour soap factories, two Provençal institutions. Salon-de-Provence was also the one-time home of Nostradamus, the famous seer and now the name of an excellent chocolate makers in the town. At Château de l’Empéri, history buffs will get a thrill brushing their hands over ancient stones. Lastly, after a fancy lunch at Mas du Soleil, it's onwards to Au Clair des Fontaines for a little refreshment. Follow the guide!

Shopping itinerary in Aubagne by Sogirlyblog

A typical Provence village, but Aubagne has some hidden surprises! A few minutes from Marseille, we discover a universe that is typically Provencal as we enter the streets and alleys of Aubagne, with the production of Christmas crib figures or “santons”, ochre walls and a mixture of craftsmen that welcome you into their world and invite you to wander through the town, often unacknowledged by the regions habitants.

Pays salonais with the family from soap to zoo

Pays Salonais makes a great family day out with plenty of fun and original things to do. After a deliciously simple lunch prepared by the chef at the Table du Roy, follow the road to the ruins of a village destroyed by an earthquake at the turn of the 20th century. In the afternoon, why not head to the zoo? It's the biggest one in the region and runs a programme to protect endangered species. Then make you way to the Marius Fabre Museum to learn all about how genuine Marseille soap is made.

Inspirations

Tradition

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