Martigues - Holiday rental - from 399€ €
Small fisherman's house on the port of Carro, ground floor + floor, a room with a bed for 2 people, a sofa bed for 2 people. Seen on the harbor and the sea, terrace.
- Pets allowed
Information provided by OT Martigues
- 06 14 91 41 42
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Where to stay
Un appart comme chez soi
2 room apartment of 45 m2, located on the 1st floor of a building (10 steps). Composed of an equipped US kitchen, living room, bathroom, independent toilet, a room. All comfort: air conditioning, electric shutters, refrigerator + frizzer, dishwasher, washing machine, steam generator, food…
Enjoy a family holiday on the Côte Bleue on a lovely sandy beach or by the heated swimming pool. Hospitality is a tradition in Provence. At Le Mas campsite it is our profession. Situated on 5.5 hectares of grounds: 151 mobile homes (1 with disabled access) and 52 tent and motorhome pitches.…
La Côte Bleue
Facing the beach of the village of Carro on the Côte Bleue (blue coast), former cottage renovated with its private terrace of 15m² (garden furniture and built barbecue). In the heart of the village, the gite is facing the public parking, at the beach, face to the harbour with the fish market,…
A family-friendly 3* campsite nestled in a cove right by the water and close to Côte Bleue beaches and villages. Modern fully-equipped mobile homes/chalets and pitches for tents, caravans and motorhomes for rent. A peaceful, natural environment ideal for a restful holiday with your partner or…
Pescadou Odesia Vacances
Lou Pescadou is a holiday resort right on the water's edge on one of the most beautiful sandy beaches of the Côte Bleue between the port of Carro and the village of La Couronne. This seaside resort welcomes you for the holiday of your dreams on the Grande Bleue coastline, between the Camargue…
La Restanque Côte Bleue
Sausset les Pins
Beautiful villa located on the heights of the village of Sausset-les-Pins, on a hill facing the sea (200m). 3 beds & breakfasts : Cigale bedroom with 1 bed 2 people 140x190cm, shower room / WC. Provencal atmosphere. Camargue bedroom with 1 bed 2 people 140x190cm, shower room / WC. Coquelicot…
Things to do
Saint Croix Beach
Sandy beach of 100 m on 40 m. It is crossed by the coastal path, which includes didactic panels (geology, Chapel of the Holy Cross). Accommodation and restaurants nearby. The beach is supervised the first 2 w-ends of June from 11am to 7pm, then every day from June 15 to September 1, 2019, from…
Plage du Verdon
Sandy Beach.The beach of the Verdon is a beautiful beach of 300m, made of sand and therefore very popular with the inhabitants of Martigues.Protected by a large Cove that shelters it from the wind, it has all the necessary facilities for the family to come. Supervised Beach, sanitary facilities,…
Plage de Carro
Carro is a charming little fishing port, still in operation, located just near Martigues. Its fish market attracts people from throughout the region and is a real treat for the eyes and the taste buds! Situated just a stone's throw from the port, "Plage de Carro" is a fairly small shingle…
Le petit musée de Carro
Two villages in one. La Couronne has the town hall and church and Carro has the port. The beach - stretching between the two - attracts swimmers. Past activities included stone-masonry, fishing, farming and breeding sheep. The simple daily life of our ancestors, fishermen, stone-masons,…
Plage Rives d'Or
Sausset les Pins
Plage des Rives d’Or Sausset-les-Pins – a small resort on the Côte Bleue coast -, is part of the "Marine Park": a protected area where fishing and underwater hunting are prohibited. Diving and snorkelling fans will simply adore exploring the crystal-clear waters of "Plage des Rives d’Or"…
Plage des Laurons
"Plage des Laurons" in Martigues is a pocket-sized beach set next to the port of the same name. Combining shingle and grass, it is situated along the "Sentier du Littoral" coastal footpath and is easily accessible to all. "Plage des Laurons" is attended by a lifeguard until 8 p.m. in summer and…
Plage de La Saulce
"Plage de la Saulce" is situated at the end of the "Sentier du Littoral" signposted footpath which runs all the way along the pretty Côte Bleue coast. This charming beach of golden sand is attended by a lifeguard in summer and fully fitted out with toilets, showers, bars and restaurants...…
Where to eat
On the blue coast, the restaurant offers a map of shellfish and a bouillabaisse for minimum 2 people, to order 24 hours in advance. Also a traditional cuisine. Total capacity of the establishment: 56 people Two interior rooms. One with a capacity of 40 people, the second with a capacity of 16…
The restaurant Lola Palooza, glacier and creperie will reveal you the charms of the beach of the Verdon, feet in the water, in the shade of the palms. You can discover the Provençal flavors of the Côte Bleue. Pop-rock and salsa party every Wednesday from June to September Total capacity of the…
Located just 100 meters from the beach, the restaurant Les Ombrelles enjoys an idyllic setting. The breathtaking view of the Mediterranean, the song of cicadas, the shaded terrace, the radiant sun make it an exceptional place. Total capacity of the establishment of 80 seats: 40 indoors and 40 on…
Restaurant - bar - brasserie located a few meters from the beach of Sainte Croix. On Fridays and Saturdays, SOURCE turns into before. Come to ignite the dance floor. Total capacity of the establishment: 270 people - Indoor room: 90 people - Terrace: 180 people
A story that will make you turn to jelly...
As yellow as sunshine and as warm as a winter fireplace... The quince isn't very pretty, but the people of Provence love it. You could even say that a passion has been born between this irregular-shaped fruit, somewhat resembling a dented, rustic pear and our lovers of jams, jellies and pastes.
When we talk about the South of France, what's the first thing we think of? The MEDITERRANEAN SEA! (and the sun of course – it's all part of the package).
When a tourist comes to Marseille, one of the first things they have to eat is the local speciality: Pizza!
It all starts with a crushed clove...
Provencal cuisine simply wouldn't exist without garlic