GR2013 : De la gare du Pas des Lanciers à Marignane
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Vous passerez ici par l'ancienne "route du sel" celte. Vous trouverez sur le chemin la table d'orientation de Notre Dame de Pitié, d'où vous aurez une vue panoramique sur Marignane, ancienne métropole celte de la mer de Berre.
Arrivée Gare SNCF Pas des Lanciers.
(TER en venant de Marseille).
Arrivée Arrêt de bus Bastide du Tron.
(Cartreize ligne 36 en direction de Marseille et ligne 39 en direction d'Aix en Provence).
Information provided by Provence Tourisme
13 rue Roux de Brignoles
Adresse de départ
Under 1 hour
- 04 91 13 84 13
04 91 33 01 82
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