L'Appel du Large, 8 exhibitions on maritime travel

Culture

Pour la première fois dans les Bouches-du-Rhône, 4 villes et 8 musées s’associent autour d’une thématique commune : le voyage maritime. L’Appel du Large vous emporte vers 8 expositions au goût iodé, une épopée entre histoire et imaginaire, littérature, art et découvertes, depuis la Méditerranée jusqu’aux confins de l’océan Indien. A Arles, Martigues, Marseille, Aubagne, profitez d’un département devenu terre d’escale et de balades, un prétexte pour profiter, aussi, d’une offre de loisirs généreuse. Embarquez sur le champ pour un fabuleux itinéraire !

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  • Theme

    Culture

  • Duration

    Stay

  • Transport means

    On foot, By public transport, Personal vehicle

  • Visited cities

    Arles, Martigues, Marseille, Aubagne

  • Ideal for

    Spring, Summer

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