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
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 known as "little Venice". The hotel has 42…
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Things to do
Location de bateaux à pédales et matériels de plage (matelas, parasols). Venez bronzer, vous reposer sous un parasol dans un périmètre abrité ou faire une balade en pédalo. Sainte Croix les pieds dans l'eau est partenaire du pass nautique : retirez votre "carte Privilège Offre Nautique"…
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Martigues ' sailing circle (CVM)
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Educational farm of the Parc de Figuerolles
Created in 1989 on the land of the former Domaine Deverville, it allows children to raise awareness of nature and to know the pets of their region. Animations and demonstrations are organized throughout the year by a warm and passionate team: donkey rides, Easter egg hunt, transhumance week,…
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Galerie de l'Histoire de Martigues
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Where to eat
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