The Marseille Vieux-Port is located in Marseille on the gentle Mediterranean coast of France and is the largest Mediterranean port with 3200 berths for sailing and motor yachts, as well as super-yachts up to 90 meters long. This port has been used by sailors from ancient times (about 600 BC), when the Greeks left their merchant ships here, and since then it has been a thriving center of maritime activity.
The Marseille Vieux-Port yacht parking has everything necessary for the maintenance of yachts and among the whole variety of types of services in the port there are:
Marseille is the oldest and second most populated city in France. In addition to its rich history and culture, Marseille also enjoys the breathtaking natural scenery of the surrounding area. Tourism is well developed in the city - Intercontinental Marseille, Dieu, Escale Oceania Marseille Vieux hotels and many others can provide their guests with the highest level of accommodation services. And if you are a real gourmet, then the local gastronomic experience has no analogues. You can be sure that only the freshest and most delicious catch will be served to you. One of the world famous dishes are anchovy, bouillabaisse, burri, etc. Here you can visit the bustling fish market, where fishermen daily bring fresh catch and sell fish, seafood. On the whole, Marseille is a magnificent seaside city, sunny, bright and colorful!
On the shore you can visit the many supermarkets and grocery stores on the main streets, as well as restaurants and cafes on the Old Port promenade. Marseille Vieux-Port is located in the heart of the old quarter and is surrounded by some of the best bistro, which can be found in Marseille. The marina is very popular in the summer months, so it is important to plan your trip in advance. Here you will see many beautiful sailing yachts moored to the marina against the background of the Basilica of Notre Dame de la Garde in the Neo-Byzantine style. It's nice to walk along the shore, meeting and seeing the sun off, you can also enjoy sitting in one of the cafes overlooking the marina, ordering grilled fish and drinking it with a glass of rose.
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