Parc National des Calanques
Come in Marseille to discover one of the best natural site in France, the Calanques National Park
Visits proposed by boat from the Vieux Port of Marseille (Croisières Marseille Calanques) or from Cassis harbour
You may prefer walk on its various ways but don't forget good shoes, water and solar cream! And because you will love it and that it is impossible to visit everything in one day, you will come back again...
Nice site of climbing too.
From the Best Western hotel Marseille Bonneveine, easy acces (10 mins by car/bus) to the departure of various ways: Callelongue, Sormiou, Luminy.
For any other informations: www.calanques-parcnational.fr/fr
or on Tourist Office: http://www.marseille-tourisme.com/en/marseille-calanques-walks/
Discover Marseille from Seaside with its beaches, bars, restaurants, mattress rental, spaces for windsurf, bodyboard.
The place as well to organize a lot of sport events such as running, marathon, Saling Tour de France, next JO in 2014, etc....
At 20 mins walk from Best Western Hotel Marseille Bonneveine or at 3 mins drive.You will find free and paying carparks. Showers, wc, monitored beaches from June 1est to August 31st.
Allée Borely, 13008 Marseille, France
One of the biggest Park en Marseille.
You would be able to have some rest, run or hire bikes for the kids. Lake, lawns for afternoon naps on summer!
Only 10 mins walk from the Best Western Hotel Marseille Bonneveine; entrance possible from the Bonneveine Avenue, before the Borely hippodrome.
69, Avenue de Haifa; 13008 Marseille
Modern Art Museum
Reoppenning on May 9th 2018 in order to prepare the new exhibitions
Port de la Pointe Rouge
City Marina where you will be able to hire boats, visit the Calanques by Kayak, dive or go to the Old Port with the Boat Shuttle (from April to September)
280, Bd Michelet; 13008 Marseille
Le Corbusier -La Cité Radieuse
Urban Complex design by the famous architect Le Corbusier in the end 40's.
Guided visits organized all year by the Marseille tourist Office: http://www.marseille-tourisme.com/fr/decouvrir-marseille/les-incontournables/la-cite-radieuse/
From the Best Western Bonneveine, it takes 10 mins by car to go ther.
Take off from the Old Port and discover the archipelago of Frioul including the visit of the Château d'If, former fortress then become prison with including prisoner the famous Count of Monte Cristo from Alexandre Dumas.
Open all year. Part of the national monuments and inside the Calanques National Park.
For any information or to book: http://www.chateau-if.fr/en/
Rue Fort du Sanctuaire, 13006 Marseille
Notre Dame de la Garde
Basilica of Marseilles, also called "Good Mother"
Built in the late nineteenth century
Unobstructed 360 ° view all Marseilles
7, Promenade Robert Laffont, 13002 Marseille
European Civilizations Museum situated at the entrance of the Old Port, near St Jean's Fort
Architectural harmony between the old fort and the moder part with the Museum
Free entrance to visit the fort, gardens, King René Tower where you will have a beutifull view over the Old Port and Notre Dame de la Garde Chrurch
Permanent and Temporary Exhibitions (paying).
2 Rue de la Charité, 13002 Marseille, France
La Vieille Charite
Located in the Panier district, this 17th century building houses several cultural structures, including a museum where permanent and temporary exhibitions coexist.
Till January 7th 2018: Jack London in the South Seas
From February 16th 2018: Picasso, Imaginary Journeys