Musée Vitrine Archéologique
Martigues - Cultural place
The archaeological showcase located on the square Maritima (district of the Island) is, on 80m2, a restitution in situ, on the remains of a primitive Gallic village (5th century before our era).
Plot of streets with objects where they were found, and four houses reconstructed according to archaeological and ethnic data.
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Musée Vitrine Archéologique
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Where to stay
Individual villa, spacious, bright plain foot in quiet neighborhood, it boasts a large terrace with garden furniture, plancha, deported parasol. It offers 3 bedrooms including an air-conditioned, air-conditioned living room, equipped kitchen, Italian-style shower room. Non-smoking holidaymakers,…
Le Grand Canal
This hotel with a Spanish-inspired façade, wrought-iron gate and two stone lion sculptures welcomes guests for business or pleasure. It has 9 studio flats and 8 bedrooms. Located just a few minutes walk from the town centre of Jonquières and with easy access to major routes to…
Ibis Martigues centre
In the heart of the city opposite the Martigues-Ferrières harbour, the Ibis Martigues is ideally situated for discovering Provence. 15 minutes from Martigues beaches and 30 minutes from Marignane airport. The rooms have a lovely view of the city. All 83 rooms are air conditioned. Rooms…
A comfortable 3* hotel in Martigues with everything you need for a relaxing stay (outdoor pool) or business trip (2 meeting rooms). The hotel has 40 air-conditioned rooms (2 with disabled access) with hair-dryer, flat-screen TV, welcome tray with kettle, free WiFi and secure parking. Situated…
Ideal for holidays to 2, in the heart of the Provençal Venice and to discover the Blue Coast, its beaches, coves and fishing ports. Room bed 140, bathroom and separate WC, no smoking, no pets, personalized welcome. Week or two nights minimum. Located 600 m from a beach on the Etang de Berre.
Cigale De Mer Et Soleil
RDJ, independent bedroom with double or single bed, living room with sofa bed and kitchenette, bathroom, terrace, south facing in a landscaped residence, shady garden. Monthly rent possible at 800EUR (except school holidays). All charges included except the tourist tax.
Things to do
Café associatif martégal (ouverture prochaine)
Le café se veut un lieu de culture, d'éducation populaire, un lieu de rencontre, de lien social, un lieu populaire et festif (bien sûr!). Artistes, associations locales, sont les bienvenus pour venir, discuter, débattre, proposer des animations, des discussions... Pouquoi rallumeur d'étoiles…
Galerie de l'Histoire de Martigues
Embark for a unique voyage in the Galerie de l'Histoire de Martigues. This innovative 500 m2 exhibition area on the ground floor of the town hall takes you travelling back in time through the history of this one-thousand-year old city and its residents. With videos, written documents,…
Multiplexe the Palace
The cinema of 11 rooms and 2095 armchairs offers you the latest films, broadcasts of live operas of the Metropolitan Opera of New York, ballets live of the Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow and the live theatre of the French comedy. The Palace also organises themed evenings, punctual events, room…
Martigues ' sailing circle (CVM)
The sailing circle is labeled for hearing impairment and offers various activities: school sailing, livable sailing, light sailing, handicap sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, scuba diving, and a training centre for Federal instructors and patents youth professionals in popular and sporting…
Shop of the Tourist Office of Martigues
The shop of the Tourist Office of Martigues offers a range of varied products: traditional souvenirs, objects representative of local knowledge, unique stamped objects and a bookshop. Also available on the tourism information point Auchan Gallery.Possibility to order an item via our online…
Grand Parc de Figuerolles
The Grand Parc de Figuerolles - Paul Lombard is a wooded estate on the northern outskirts of the city on the shores of Europe's largest lagoon: Etang de Berre. With 130 hectares of pine forests, dry-stone walls and scrubland, the park is a fabulous green lung ideal for family activities, sports…
Les accessoiristes, accessoires de mode
Comme son nom l'indique Les Accessoiristes vous propose de nombreux accessoires de mode... Les bijoux, sacs, foulards, montres, parfums les plus tendances du moment ont été sélectionnés avec soin. On y trouve les marques de bijoux Appartement à louer, Uno de 50, Brin d’Amour, By Garance,…
Ecole de Théâtre et métiers du spectacle
Activités (théâtre et Chant). Apprentissage de différentes techniques, diction, relaxation, improvisation, lecture théâtrale, travail de la voix, respiration. Création et mise en scène de sketches, de pièces, de saunâtes et contes, spectacle proposé au public. Intervention dans les…
Where to eat
This is one of Martigues' best-known addresses for both its central location (on Quai des Pêcheurs, right at the edge of Gallifet canal) and food, offering a genuine voyage of the tastebuds into the best of Provence. Specialities include grilled fish, bouillabaisse, fish stew, beef stew, tripes…
Le Gusto Caffé
Italian restaurant: fresh and home-made product, grilled outside, garden and shady terrace overlooking the harbor. Homemade dishes prepared with fresh and seasonal products. Michelin single standard, Michelin plate, menu less than 20 euros Michelin. The Gusto Caffé is also a place to organize…
The gourmet nugget of Martigues. Offering a light and contemporary decor, this gastronomic restaurant is parked in a former garage and driven by the steady hand of 28 year old chef Fabien Morréale, ex Chibois, Banzo and Sourrieu. As far as the menu goes, this young genius has gone into…
Villages the world over envy us!
Art de vivre
The accent: our identity
Celebrated at Candlemas, this traditional Provencal biscuit is also a popular sweet treat all year round
A gourmet treat…
Provence has been famed for its candied fruit from time immemorial. In the early 16th century, the region was fairly impoverished. Fruit grew here in abundance, but much of it was lost every year.