Martigues - Cuisine de Provence
Old stone building, vaulted door, warm and romantic setting, overlooking the pond of Berre.
Total capacity of the establishment: 50 people on the terrace.
- Pets allowed
Information provided by OT Martigues
26 quai Général Leclerc
- 04 42 81 68 32
Where to stay
Les terrasses vénitiennes
Charming pavilion classified 3 stars, quiet, set back from the city center, but less than 500m from it, opposite and with breathtaking views of the Etang de Berre less than 20m and the Sainte Victoire. Ideal for 4 people, you will have at your disposal 2 bedrooms and a furnished terrace.
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…
Exceptional closing until March 31, 2020. The 3* Campanile Martigues hotel is ideally located in the heart of Provence for visiting the coast. Between the Mediterranean coast and Etang de Berre, Martigues abounds with Provençal charms. The city with markets, small harbours and canals is also…
At home Caillol
4-star luxury villa on 3 levels, garage, covered courtyard, exceptional view apartment, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, 1 shower room, open kitchen and central, laundry (modern), land planted with olive trees, 5 minutes from downtown, balcony overlooking the pond of Berre. Possibility of rental by the night.
La Villa Martégale
This 3* hotel with restaurant offers accommodation, half and full-board and seminars for a trip to the coast. La Villa Martégale is a charming hotel with 37 rooms in the heart of the Provençal landscape overlooking Etang de Berre less than 5 km from the centre of Provençal Venice. With easy…
Brit Hotel Martigues Saint-Mitre
Saint Mitre les Remparts
Brit Hotel Martigues Saint-Mitre, a charming hotel in the heart of Provence. The Brit Hotel Martigues Saint-Mitre is located in Saint-Mitre-les-Remparts, on the heights of the pond of Berre and face of the Alpilles and the Luberon, 15 km from the beaches. Bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the…
In a quiet neighborhood in the hills of Martigues, close to all amenities, charming gite for 2 people on the ground floor, opening onto a private terrace and garden ( restanque ) closed (25 m² + 25 m²), with garden furniture. Parking outside. Comfortable living room with TV (flat screen) and…
Things to do
Fruits and vegetables Zavattoni
Sale of seasonal fruits and vegetables on the farm Wednesday and Saturday afternoons (3.30 p.m. - 7 p.m. in summer and 3.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. in winter). Sale on the Martigues - Jonquières market on Thursday and Sunday morning. Sale of baskets at Martigues-Lavéra station on Tuesday. The…
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,…
Martigues ' sailing circle (CVM)
Exceptional closure. 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…
Cinémathèque Gnidzaz Martigues
Exceptional closure. Martigues was already a chosen spot for film-makers in the 1910s. In 2007, Prosper Gnidzaz, a passionate cinema collector offered his collection to the city of 2,250 reels and 79 projectors, the oldest of which dates back to 1880. The City decided to create an exhibition…
Le rallumeur d'étoiles (associative café)
Le rallumeur d'étoiles must live! "Don't give up" from HK, honorary president and founding member. Your small donations are vital, live or on helloasso.com The cafe aims to be a place of culture, popular education, a place of meeting, social bond, a popular and festive place (of course!).…
Hotmer Surf Shop - Martigues
Rental and sale of windsurfing, windsurfs, kayaks and stand up paddleboard, sale and repair of nautical equipment. Sale of surfwear and sunglasses .Hotmer is a partner of the nautical pass: remove your nautical offer privilege card which entitles you to discounts on certain services or…
Miroir aux oiseaux and St Sébastien canal
The area including the Canal St Sébastien, the Miroir aux Oiseaux and the Quai Brescon was listed in 1942. This strip of sea straddled by the Pont Saint Sébastien and the line of colourful fishermen's houses with random heights has fascinated numerous painters since the end of the 19th century…
Where to eat
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…
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…
Traditions, lifestyle, mediterranean cuisine
Drawing its inspiration from the city's sulphurous reputation since the early 20th century, this literary movement is a spinoff from the 'Roman Noir' crime novel
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.
From the plate to the glass, Pastis is always prepared with taste…