Martigues - Cuisine de Provence
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 establishment: 180 people on the terrace
- Pets allowed
- Accessible for disabled
Information provided by OT Martigues
Plage du Verdon
- 04 42 42 18 25
Where to stay
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Mer et Soleil
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Things to do
Côte Bleue Location
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Where to eat
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