GR2013 : De Martigues à la gare de Croix Sainte
Walk - Toute l'année
Depuis la rive de la mer de Berre, au premier abord vous regarderez les raffineries de Berre et de la Mède de chaque côté mais entre les deux vous apercevrez le massif de l'Etoile et de la Sainte Victoire. Vous vous éloignerez ensuite de la ville par une ligne de crête qui vous offrira une vue sur Martigues. Au fur et à mesure, un paysage industriel se dessinera autour de vous.
Départ Arrêt de bus Place des Aires
(Cartreize ligne 34 en venant de Marseille et ligne 25 en venant de Salon-de-Provence et d'Aix-en-Provence).
Arrivée Gare de Croix Sainte.
(TER en direction de Marseille)
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