GR2013 : De St Antoine à St Louis
Walk - Toute l'année
Entre zones urbaines, résidences, commerces, platanes et autres arbres, les quartiers de Marseille se dessinent au fil du parcours.
Marseille - Saint Antoine
Départ Gare Ste Antoine
(TER en venant de Marseille et d'Aix-en-Provence).
Marseille - Saint Louis
Arrivée Lycée Nord
(Bus N° 70 vers le centre ville de Marseille)
Information provided by Bouches du Rhône Tourisme
OrganiserComité Départemental du Tourisme 13
1 to 2hrs
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Essential Aubagne – a city built from clay
Aubagne is your destination for this tour. During the course of the day, you'll get to meet the crafts men and women who transform the local clay into iconic objects. Indeed, Aubagne is renowned for its santons (figurines) and pottery. After a lunch at Le 3 Farfalle, take a tour of the potters and 'santonniers', makers of the region's famous figurines. Aubagne's charming old town is awash with heritage (the clock tower) and Art Deco features. If you're in the museum mood, you have a couple to choose from: Cité de l’Art Santonnier dedicated to figurines and the Foreign Legion Museum. Just 30 minutes from the cruise terminal.
Marseille, cultural city break – city centre
Since 2013, Marseille has focused its attention on promoting culture. One of the key cultural spots in the city is the Old Port with a rich mix of museums and other cultural attractions. Start at Fort Saint-Jean and onwards from there to the MuCEM. Then walk past the Villa Méditerranée to get to the Regards de Provence museum set in a former maritime health clinic. Opposite take a few moments to contemplate Marseille Cathedral. After lunch in the Joliette quarter, in the throes of redevelopment, the Vieille Charité cultural complex makes a fascinating visit. Your tour of Marseille concludes at the Friche Belle de Mai, a forum of culture and interaction. An ideal tour for a day in the city.