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Marseille Smalll Group Electric Bike Tour

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Get more out of your time in Marseille by going on an electric bike tour. Take the hassle out of navigating, and benefit from having a guide to lead the way. The tour is limited to eight travelers to ensure a more personalized experience. See top attractions such as the Notre-Dame de la Garde, stop for scenic photo opportunities, and find out about secret spots that locals love too.
$39.74 per adult
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Helen C wrote a review Sep 2020
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A perfect day. From ‘le vieux port’ the return boat ticket was 11 Euros. It takes about 20 mins to get across. There are paths along the ireland that you can easily walk. The view of Marseille is stunning. Once you are tired walking and cannot absorb more beautiful seacost landscape, there are a few beaches where you can swim, sunbath, read your book. There is a water point on the beach. The Caroline hospital is a 19th century ruin which is being renovated. Depending on the building site status, you might be able to walk around and see how it is being built. Should you need the comfort of civilisation, there are some restaurants. Close to the harbour. You can stay till 22:00. You will be in no rush to go back to mainland. On the way back, you will see the sun lighting up Marseille. A sight to see.
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Date of experience: September 2020
vl1008 wrote a review Feb 2020
Modiin397 contributions61 helpful votes
We spent here about 4 hours: a walk of 2-2.5 hours on the very nice beach (so called calaques - narrow bays, an hour in cafe with unforgetable view an a "carafe" of rose wine, nice marina... High recommended
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Date of experience: January 2020
Kathryn Reed wrote a review Oct 2019
Thames, New Zealand10 contributions2 helpful votes
We went out to Ile de frioul as part of the trip to d'If. Once there we walked to the swimming beach - an easy 20 minute walk along a well marked train. The water was warm and clear and it was a highlight of our trip, The beach was relatively crowded with locals and tourists - an interesting and friendly group of people. On the island there are also a string of restaurants and cafes along the water. We brought a picnic, so didn't go into them. Prices looked slights higher than Marseille (as you would expect) but it was a beautiful place for a meal, so probably worth it. Slightly "touristy" - but it is a holiday spot. Nothing could take away the beauty. The boats came every half hour or so, so you didn't need to feel pressured to be back at the wharf at any given time,
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Date of experience: September 2019
Nikki_travelphotos wrote a review Oct 2019
Exeter, United Kingdom52 contributions2 helpful votes
What a lovely thing to do if you are in Marseille for a few days! The return fare is only 11€ and you can stay for a few hours choosing your ferry back whenever suits you before around 9pm I think. Beautiful walks and views - highly recommended.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Chef Patrick wrote a review Sep 2019
125 contributions42 helpful votes
If you have ever read Alexander Dumas and the Conte of Monte Cristo??? This is the site of the book and the Island of the Chateau d’If it is the smallest of the 3 islands.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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