The must-see places in de Marseille - Pharo / Corniche Kennedy

Prepare for your trip à Marseille - Pharo / Corniche Kennedy

  • Airport/Station car parks
  • Find a hotel
  • Airbnb rental
  • Holiday rental
  • Tailor-made trip
Services / On site
  • Book a table
  • Activities & visits

Pictures de Marseille - Pharo / Corniche Kennedy

There are currently no pictures for this destination.

Featured articles de Marseille - Pharo / Corniche Kennedy

Top 10 des plus beaux paysages de France en peinture

As spring is just around the corner, we start dreaming of a road trip to the four corners of France. So why not mix artistic culture and travel? Over the centuries, painters have captured the most beautiful landscapes of our country: the Impressionists took up residence on the banks of the Seine and in Normandy, Van Gogh and Cézanne in the South, Courbet in the green Franche-Comté, and the Crozant school in the Creuse. They offer us with ...

La Première Fois : festival du 1er Film Documentaire à Marseille

Every year in the heart of winter, the festival La Première Fois offers a selection of first international documentary films, an opportunity to meet young directors who share their view of the world. In addition, each edition of the event highlights a filmmaker, a renowned documentary filmmaker who comes to present his career and his creations to the public. The festival also organizes Premier Jet, a workshop for work and exchange around ...

Le Salon de la Pâtisserie, le rendez-vous des gourmands à Marseille

Pastry is a wonderful world apart, which evolves at every moment and which allows to associate flavours and to work on an aesthetic that never ceases to awaken the taste buds. By tasting these marvels, you go back to your childhood for a few moments and it's pleasant. The Salon de la Pâtisserie, which takes place in Marseille, is an event dedicated to gourmet food, a time to rediscover the fundamentals and to taste incredible novelties. For ...

Voyage, Voyages : une exposition pour s'évader au MUCEM

For artists, travel has always been a great source of inspiration. Exile, the desire for sunshine or the desire to escape are themes that painters, sculptors or even draftsmen have used to create and produce works that lead the viewer to escape and discover new horizons. One thinks in particular of Paul Gauguin, who in 1891 set sail for Tahiti, he who was driven by a great need for the unknown. The exhibition Voyage, Voyages, et oui le nom ...

Discover the bike tours à Marseille - Pharo / Corniche Kennedy