Vieux-Port (Old Port)

The heart of Marseille, where you can watch fishermen at work, stroll along the waterfront, and enjoy fresh seafood at numerous restaurants.

Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde

This iconic basilica sits atop a hill overlooking the city and offers panoramic views of Marseille and its coastline.

Fort Saint-Jean and Fort Saint-Nicolas

Historic forts guarding the entrance to the Old Port, now part of the MuCEM complex and offering fantastic views of the harbor.

Château d'If

Accessible by boat from the Old Port, this infamous island fortress served as a prison and inspired Alexandre Dumas' novel "The Count of Monte Cristo."

Cathédrale de la Major

A grand Neo-Byzantine cathedral near the Old Port, known for its impressive architecture and ornate interiors.

Vallon des Auffes

A picturesque fishing village nestled between cliffs, where you can admire colorful boats, enjoy seafood at local restaurants, and soak in the tranquil atmosphere.