Campanile Hôtel Restaurant
Martigues - Cuisine de Provence
Friendly atmosphere, open buffet, grill.
located 3km from the city center and next to the Auchan shopping center.
Indoor room capacity: 35 people
Terrace: 15 people
- Accessible for disabled
- Private parking, Coach park
Information provided by OT Martigues
Campanile Hôtel Restaurant
ZAC de Canto Perdrix
12 boulevard De Tholon
- 04 42 41 30 94
04 42 80 01 72
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