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Marseille Travel Tips

Enjoy Historic France in Your Marseille Vacation Rentals

If you're planning a Mediterranean vacation in the near future, you'll want to put Marseille, France at the top of your list. Enjoy a beautiful view of the port and the Mediterranean Sea from your Marseille vacation rental. Vacation rentals and Provence villas are the ideal place to discover a small town in France (founded nearly 2600 years ago). Marseille is France's second largest city. Stay in a peaceful vacation home or cottage facing the sea. Sail the deep blue sea in a yacht. The choice is yours.

Marseille Vacation Rentals Have Lots of Amenities

Take advantage of modern enclosed spa/showers, double bedrooms, music players, and a spacious bathroom. Enjoy a view of orchards, gardens, and little stone houses from your balcony. As far as transportation is concerned, you can always catch a busto and from the city center. If you need some exercise, many of the Marseille gites are within walking distance of the beach and city center.

Marseille Travel Offers Many Activities

Visit the quartier (or Provencal village) to discover the beauty and history of France. These villages have their own church and playing field for the game of Boules. Along the coast, between Cassis and Marseille, are the Calanques (or Les Calanques). The Calanques are narrow inlets surrounded by rocky cliffs. Rivers flowing into the Mediterranean formed these cliffs eons ago. For the best view of the city, climb above sea level to see Notre Dame de la Garde. This famous structure is 500 feet tall, and it's covered in gold leaf. The tower served as a lookout post and a place of worship. Admire the Estaque cliffs that became an inspiration to Cezanne. Experience over 2600 years of history on your next vacation to Marseille, France.

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