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Discover Marseille and its surroundings

Enjoy your stay in our charming guest house in Marseille to discover what the Phocaean city offers more beautiful. From the beaches of the city to the Old Port, passing by the famous Mucem, the port of Estaque or the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde basilica, Marseille is full of remarkable sites that are not to be missed. You stay 30 minutes from Cassis and its creeks and 45 minutes from the beautiful city of Aix-en-Provence. Do not hesitate to seek advice from your host who will be happy to inform you about what to do, and not do, Marseille. You will find a very rich documentation on places to visit in Marseille and its surroundings.

The Mucem, obligatory passage

Just 20 minutes from our charming guest house in the 8th district of Marseille, the Mucem, museum of civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean. This unmissable place of passage of your tourist stay in the Phocaean city opened its doors in 2013. Marseilles was then European capital of the culture. This national museum offers throughout the year permanent exhibitions and exceptional temporary exhibitions, in an area of more than 45,000 m² spread over three sites with remarkable architecture, mixing the old with the modern with genius .

The Old Port of Marseille and the "Good Mother"

You can not leave Marseille without having visited these two emblematic places: the basilica Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde which dominates the city, nicknamed "the Good Mother". It is the most visited monument in Marseille. The Old Port of Marseille is equally inescapable, considered the beating heart of the city.

The creeks of Cassis

Just 30 minutes from your guest house near the Mucem in Marseille, the village of Cassis deserves a long stop. Stroll along the narrow streets and along the small harbor, then discover the famous creeks, limestone cliffs offering sumptuous panoramas, beaches and paradisiac coves.

The beautiful Aix-en-Provence

45 minutes from Villa Monticelli, treat yourself to a getaway in Aix-en-Provence. Strong of its past, the city testifies of an architectural heritage of exception. Museums and galleries are numerous, the narrow streets pleasant. Aix-en-Provence has countless terraces of restaurants and cafés.