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Ferries Marseille

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Located in the heart of a natural bay, Marseille has more than 26 centuries of history and is the largest port in France. The port covers a large area and, thanks to its facilities, handles a large part of the import/export maritime traffic as well as passenger traffic, cruises and ferries.

The port of Marseille is considered the first port in the Mediterranean in terms of commercial importance.

🚢 Thanks to its geographical position, the port of Marseille benefits from connections with several Mediterranean countries. The companies Corsica Linea and La Meridionale offer regular connections from Marseille to several Corsican ports: Ajaccio, Bastia, L'Ile Rousse, Porto Vecchio and Propriano.

Other departures from Marseille are also scheduled to North African countries such as Morocco (port of Tangier Med), Algeria (ports of Algiers, Bejaia, Skikda and Oran) and Tunisia (port of Tunis). The shipping companies that operate these lines are Corsica Linea, CTN and Algerie Ferries.

The Port of Marseille is divided into two areas: the eastern part, close to the city centre, which handles passenger traffic from the Mediterranean to North Africa. The western part is located in Fos, 70 km from Marseille, and is home to the industrial port and international trade.

The ferry port of Marseille is located in the center of the city and is equipped with toilets and a nursery, a play area for children and a relaxation area for adults. Being an important tourist destination, Marseille offers its visitors a wide range of tourist facilities: hotels, bars, restaurants, stores, shopping centers and all essential services such as pharmacies, banks, and the post office.

The Marseille ferry terminal also has facilities such as internet cafes, snack bars, restaurants, and a cosy waiting room. The port area has a large area in front of the ferry piers where cars, campers, and coaches can park for short or long periods.

Marseille ferries About Marseille

Marseille, the 2013 European Capital of Culture, will immediately immerse you in its Provençal atmosphere thanks to its mix of cultures and history.

Your first stop in Marseille should undoubtedly be the Old Port or Vieux-Port, where you can experience the unique atmosphere of a fishing town with its fish market and boats. The restaurants and cafés along the quayside invite you to relax and enjoy local delicacies.

⛪ Afterwards, you can visit the cathedral of Notre-Dame de la Garde, which overlooks the entire city and offers a breathtaking panorama. It is topped by a statue of the Virgin Mary, known to the French as Bonne-Mère.

Continue your exploration of Marseille with a stroll through the Panier district, the oldest in the heart of the city. It's sloping, hill-climbing alleyways take you to the heart of old Marseille with its picturesque skyscrapers.

There are many walks around Marseille, and they are all of great natural beauty.  One of them is the Corniche, which is 5 km long, and you can choose to walk or take the tram along a scenic road. One of the most beautiful and famous roads in the world, it stretches from the old port of Marseille to the Parc Balnéaire du Prado. 

🚤 A boat trip will take you to the Frioul Islands and the Château d'If, an ancient fortress-prison classified as a historical monument.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Quai de la Joliette, 13002, Marseille.

GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 43.31143, Longitude: 5.366524

The port can be reached from the A7 - A55 freeways (direction Marseille Vieux Port). The terminal and port of embarkation vary depending on the ferry line involved. The area is served by a variety of public transport including buses, taxi, and the metro. The train station, located in the center of the city, connects Marseille with many other French cities.

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