Book a room at one of our Campanile hotel-restaurants in Marseille for a great weekend in Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur! The first day, visit the Notre Dame de la Garde basilica, known as "La Bonne Mère" (“The Good Mother”) and admire the view it offers of Marseille. Discover the city’s oldest neighborhood, Le Panier, and its charming small cafés, restaurants and museums. If you want to buy a souvenir, the Old Port area and Avenue de la Canebière are perfect for shopping. The second day, explore the waterfront and its calanques (rocky inlets).
During your week-long stay in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône at our Campanile hotels in Marseille, begin by visiting the Pharo, a beautiful palace overlooking the Old Port. Soccer enthusiasts can take a quick detour to the Vélodrome stadium, which can hold up to 60,000 spectators. Also, be sure not to miss the Cassis calanques, accessible by boat or on foot. But keep in mind that the winding paths are not for everyone. You can also travel the waters off Marseille and head to the Frioul archipelago. This limestone rock site is home to many coves with turquoise-blue waters.
With Campanile hotels in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône, you can enjoy the beaches of Marseille for swimming, tanning or simply relaxing with your children. We recommend the Catalans sandy beach with its beautiful view of the Château d’If. In the city center, you’ll find Parc Borély. There are English, Chinese and botanical gardens, giving the park a particularly idyllic setting. Don’t miss the Préau des Accoules, a museum designed for children. On the program: an educational journey around original works of art, themed exhibitions and meetups with artists.