GR2013 : De Miramas à Grans
Walk - Toute l'année
Au cœur du massif du Pont de Rhaud, vous longerez un bout du canal de Miramas ainsi que la Touloubre tout en sillonnant de beaux chemins empierrés.
Départ Gare de Miramas
(TER en venant de Marseille et d' Arles)
Arrivée Arrêt de bus Grans-Centre
(Cartreize ligne 6 vers Miramas et Salon de Provence)
Information provided by Provence Tourisme
13 rue Roux de Brignoles
2 to 3hrs
- 04 91 13 84 13
04 91 33 01 82
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Marseille, fish and other delights
It's worth taking the time to explore Marseille if you want to get to know the local flavours and authentic products that have put the city on the foodie map. For instance, you'll get to visit the traditional Four des Navettes bakery where they make small boat-shaped biscuits, 'navettes', a local speciality. At the Old Port, wander around the stalls at the fish market before finding a table at a restaurant that has signed the 'Bouillabaisse Charter' for a fantastic culinary experience. In the afternoon, stock up on the best products the land has to offer. Bring your gourmet tour of the city to a satisfying finish at Chez AM. Simply delicious!
Get ready for an unforgettable day in one of Provence's absolute treasures. First exploring the majestic ancient ruins in Arles which draws in visitors from around the world each year. Onwards next to the Church of St. Trophime and Montmajour Abbey, stunning architectural gems in this Camarguais city. Take a break from sightseeing to do a little shopping then sample the delicious and unpretentious cuisine at La Gueule du Loup before getting your culture fix at the Arles Antique archaeological museum. Ready to be whisked back in time?It's only a one-hour cruise from Marseille away.
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.
Villages the world over envy us!
It was born in the mid-Nineties but originates from the city's infamous reputation since the early 20th century.
Provence… the perfect place to relax and chill out