Office de Tourisme de Port de Bouc

Port de Bouc - Tourist office

On the seaside at the mouth of the Berre Lagoon, Port-de-Bouc is sheltered by a fort erected by Vauban in the 17th century on the south bank of the channel.
Confronted by the problems of industrial redeployment, the town shifted to maritime activities. A new fishing and pleasure port has been developed.

  • Pets allowed
  • Accessible for disabled
  • Public car park
  • Ville fleurie : 3 fleurs
  • Tourisme Handicap : Mental
  • Tourisme Handicap : Moteur
  • Tourisme Handicap : Auditif

Information provided byOT Port de Bouc

  • Contact

    22 cours Landrivon
    13110 Port de Bouc

  • Phone

    • 04 42 06 27 28
  • Fax

    04 42 45 04 49

  • Website


  1. Visite du Port de Plaisance "Renaissance"

    Guided tour

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  2. Massif de Castillon


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  3. B & B


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  4. GR2013 : De Port de Bouc à la Mérindole


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Things to do

Foret de Castillon - Port De Bouc, Etang du Pourra

Foret de Castillon - Port De Bouc, Etang du Pourra

Port de Bouc

Castillon forest is a protected site situated in the town of Port-de-Bouc. Bordered by 4 lakes, the forest features three walking itineraries specially designed by the French National Forestry Commission for lovers of old stones, fauna and beautiful landscapes. The "sentier des oiseaux" offers…

La Grande Plage

La Grande Plage

Fos sur Mer

Plage de sable, toilettes, restaurants, buvette, parking.



The Pastis

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The siesta

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Art de Vivre

The Calanques

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More inspirations

Serving tourism

Bouches-du-Rhône Tourisme is a non-profit ‘association loi 1901’ organisation.It is entrusted by the Conseil Départemental (or regional council) to promote tourism in Bouches-du-Rhône while respecting the environment and local residents, and guaranteeing visitors a top-quality experience.

The best of the destination

So that everyone’s hopes and tastes are catered for, Bouches-du-Rhône Tourisme promotes must-see destinations which take visitors off the beaten track, using its deep understanding of the area and its neutral role as a non-profit organisation.