The Marseille coastline

Marseille on the sea

The Belle Vue hotel has sea legs

Due to its privileged location on the old port of Marseille, the charming Belle Vue Marseille hotel allows you to enjoy immediate boarding for a change of scenery

Calanque of Sormiou
Sormiou
Creeks
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Heading for the creeks

The old port pier is divided into two main areas.

On the Ferris wheel side, you embark towards the legendary calanques of Marseille.

From the Big Blue, the mineral sculptures of Sormiou, Morgiou, or En-Vau are even more majestic, especially since in summer, access is regulated to protect the massif from fire risks.

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Heading for the Frioul Islands

Four kilometers from the Old Port stands the Frioul archipelago.

To board, head towards the giant Ombrière of the Old Port and rue de Breteuil. In less than ten minutes, dock at the Château d'If and immerse yourself in the history of the Count of Monte Cristo.

Then head to the two islands of Frioul: Ratonneau and Pomègues.

On the program: confidential coves and a massif sculpted by the Mistral and the sea spray

Short boat trip
The Frioul Islands
20 minutes from the hotel
Estaque beach
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Heading for Pointe Rouge and Estaque

This is the great success of the RTM: from March to October, the maritime shuttles which serve every hour The beaches de l'Estaque and Pointe Rouge allow you to enjoy a superb boat trip and work on your tan.

This is the opportunity to discover L’Estaque. This picturesque district of Marseille is a true hidden treasure which has inspired many artists. Located to the west of the city, it offers a unique atmosphere, mixing the beauty of nature and the authenticity of the place.

Known for its breathtaking landscapes, L'Estaque offers breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding hills. The pebble beaches, secret coves and turquoise waters invite you to relax and swim. Water sports enthusiasts will also find what they are looking for, with the possibility of sailing, kayaking and paddle boarding.

L'Estaque also has a rich cultural history. It was once a fishing village, and this authentic atmosphere can still be felt today.

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