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All reviews vieux port tourist y wide range of restaurants street musicians fish market selling fresh bars and restaurants ideal place mini train watch the world nearby islands both sides old harbour walk around sunny day cruise ship boats
The fish market is a wow as is the market on the side of the large basilica. Costs nothing to look and why not stroll around the fort while you are at it. Take the ferry across the harbour for grand views and photo opportunities.
During our stay we spent quite a lot of time around Le Vieux Port, that included eating, drinking, walking, shopping and catching the bus. Great Place, great atmosphere! However be aware that pick pockets are rife around the area.
A walk around the port takes in spectacular views of the boats in harbor, as well as an open air fish market, and is bordered by dozens of good restaurants. On one visit there was also a live act playing music and entertaining the crowd....More
We departed our cruise at Marseille to spend one week in Provence. We had heard mixed reviews of Marseille. It seems that most French avoid it as a travel destination. We decided to stay here for two of our seven days. And as visitors to...More
Le Vieux Port is the launching point for Old Town explorations, tourist-y stops, and a variety of dining venues. The large marina is lined with boats and excursions to nearby islands can be found here.
It's not too far a walk to the beautiful fountains...More