Head to the South of Marseille! A stone’s throw from Parc Borély, a tree-filled park covering 19 hectares on the seafront.
The Prado quarter with its beautiful buildings is an excellent option just a few stops on the metro from the city center. The historical business quarter, it includes the Velodrome stadium, the Cité Radieuse building (a famous architectural work by Le Corbusier) and the museum of contemporary art.
A few stops away by bus, the quarters of Mazargues, Roy d’Espagne, and Sainte-Anne and Saint-Giniez have a village feel. A village in the city, a stone’s throw from the sea and the Calanques National Park. A good compromise for city people who love nature.