Marseille is a lively, energetic city and one of the best summer destinations in Europe.
Plages du Prado is actually a cluster of several different artificial beaches, including Plage du David and Plage de la Vielle Chapelle.
Nestled among the Plages du Prado, you’ll find the sand and pebble Plage Borély, easily identifiable by the white Ferris wheel located on the beach.
Plage de la Batterie is a compact pebble and sand beach, situated in front of the arches of the Viaduc de Corbières.
Plage de Saint Esteve Marseille possesses a variety of restaurants where visitors can enjoy a meal while admiring the views of the beach.
The Calanque de Port Pin is situated among pines in a spectacular setting. It is a tree covered bay with turquoise blue water.
Le Lac D’esparron De Verdon is a gorgeous artificial lake located near the Gorges du Verdon.
This tiny tract of sand, situated on a small peninsula west of the tiny fishing village of Les Goudes, oozes charm.
The Plage du Prophet is one of the oldest beaches in Marseille. You'll find lockers, showers and changing rooms here, which is an added bonus.