You are visiting our beautiful Phocaean city, you want to go out but you don't know what to visit in Marseille? We have selected for you the emblematic places of Marseille.

Would you rather walk by the sea? Stroll along the Prado beaches and discover the many coves of Marseille. Two possibilities for this walk: for the enthusiasts, do it entirely from the Parc du 26ème Centenaire or, for those who would like to make it shorter, from Pointe Rouge or Anse de Maldorme for a very pleasant walk by the sea.

Remarkable places :

- Anse de Maldorme

- Anse de la Fausse Monnaie

- Château Berger

- Anse de l'Oriol

- Pointe du Roucas Blanc

- Prado Beaches

- Château Borély

- Parc du 26ème centenaire

Hike Path

Hike Info

  • Distance: 11.69 kilometers
  • Difficulty:
  • Duration: 2 hours to 3 hours

Points of Interest

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Endoume Islands

Off the coast of Marseille, below the Corniche, discover the Endoume archipelago, which consists of two islands: Gaby Island and Daume Island.

Le Parc Chanot

Le Parc Chanot est un lieu incontournable de Marseille ! La bien connue Foire de Marseille a d'ailleurs lieu là-bas chaque année ! Un lieu à ne pas rater.

Le Roucas Blanc

Discover the charming Roucas Blanc district in the 7th arrondissement of Marseille. Built on a rock, it overlooks the sea and offers exceptional panoramas!


The Malmousque district is a real treasure for swimming enthusiasts. Many coves and small calanques can be found around.

Palais Omnisports

Découvrez le complexe multisports de Marseille, un complexe situé dans le 10ème arrondissement.

Prado Beaches

Le Prado Beaches a must-see. Kilometres of seaside with beaches, restaurants, bars and sports activities. One of the best beaches in France!

Prophète Beach

Le Prophète Beach is very popular in summer, both during the day and at night. It is a friendly place to come with family in the morning and friends in the evening.

The Corniche John F. Kennedy

Enjoy the view of the Friuli Coast and Islands from the Corniche. By car or on foot, a breathtaking 8 km walk.

The Monument aux Morts de l'Armée d'Orient

On the Corniche you can't miss this majestic monument. A must for all visitors travelling to the Vallon des Auffes or Malmousque.

The Parc Borély

The Parc Borély is a symbol for all Marseille residents. Everyone has their memories in the huge wooded alleys and along the canals. A must see!

The Parc du 26e Centenaire

Parc du 26ème centenaire is located a stone's throw from Castellane and was built in honour of Marseille's 2600 years of history. Its gardens evoke the cultures that cross in the city and call for unity. Built on the site of an old one, it is undoubtedly the most beautiful park in the Phocaean city.

The Statue of David

In Marseille, he is called "the David". The replica of the famous sculpture is a symbol that recalls summer, the beaches. It is a landmark to find the sea and its friends. Not far from the beach, it dominates the roundabout of the Prado.

The Vallon des Auffes

Don't miss the beauty of this traditional fishing port and let yourself be tempted by one of its restaurants.

The Vélodrome Stadium

Discover our legendary Orange Velodrome Stadium! The highlights, the renovation, the dream in blue, the Olympique de Marseille in all its splendour! Come and watch a game of the famous OM team, and vibrate with the fans in the corners! A unique moment in perspective!