Bed & Breakfast Un Mas en Ville

7 rue des Bergers, Marseille, 13006, France
Bed & Breakfast Un Mas en Ville
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Marseille in October

by colman.ek

Can anyone tell what the weather is usually like in October we are heading there for a short break we normally go to the south of France in June every year but never at the start of winter.Will it be nice enough to sit out or even sit on the beach.
Thanks David Colman.

Re: Marseille in October

by ricky52

Trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local on the day variations.
This information should be used as a guide only.
Here is the average weather for Marseille for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 68f / 20c
Low 53f / 12c
Rain 3.06in / 77.6mm
Sun % 28

Re: Marseille in October

by Beausoleil

It should be quite nice. We love to go in autumn. You will probably have some rain but we just put up our umbrellas and continue our sightseeing. It may very well be pleasant enough to swim but probably you will be able to sit on the beach. We've seen people in the water in Nice in November . . . although I wouldn't have done it. LOL

We also have run into the Mistral with freezing temps in the morning, 90 kph winds and driving rain. Nearly anything can happen but we plan on most of our trip being pleasant. Spring and autumn are our favorite times to travel in that area.

Travel Tips for Marseille


by LoriPori

It was a beautiful sunny afternoon the day we were in Marseille. We mostly visited the Harbour area. We strolled around the Harbour, had a glass of wine at one of the many outdoor patios and just basicly enjoyed ourselves. Wim didn't want to walk all the way back to the other side, so we took the Ferry-Boat CESAR across the Harbour to where we started from.

Chateau d’If

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Marseilles' bay is enclosed and protected by three offshore islands. The smallest, the Chateau d'If, is the best known.
The island was fortified by Frangais I in 1524 to defend the approaches to Marseilles from an attack by sea.

At the end of the 16th century, the work was completed by the walls which surround the island, a church and a guard house. Indeed well calculated and the Chateau d'If acted as deterrent by discouraging any potential attackers.

In 1634, the Chateau d'If became a state prison. Assuch it received many famous prisoners including the brother of the King of Poland (1638), Mirabeau and many others.

The most famous of all is doubtless Edmond Dantes, fictional hero of Alexandre Dumas' the "Count of Monte Cristo".
These days fiction has become fact and his cell is open to visitors (a national monument since 1926)!

marseille-marignane is the...

by fabrice

marseille-marignane is the airport(marseille-provence);many buses do the shuttle marignane/marseille-st-charles railway station.......Marseille-saint-charles is the main railway station;but there are also direct buses to aix-en-provence,avignon,toulon,nice,briançon.
the subway is very useful,but you can use buses all over the city. But many strikes very often!!

The Panier District, so typical

by floche2001

Don't just stay at the old harbour and say you have seen Marseille like many tourists. I suggest you to walk through the narrow streets or Le Panier district, just minutes away from the "Quai des Belges".
This distrcit has a real special atmosphere and you dont have to hesitate to enter the little shops you'll discover during your promenade.

Le Vieux Port:

by mvtouring

The old port is one of the best-known parts of Marseille and its streets are lined with restaurants and cafés. In the mornings, fishermen's wives auction off their wares in the fish market opposite the boats. This is where Louis XIV moored his large arsenal of galleys. You will also find galleries such as Arcenaux here. Next to Cours Estienne d'Orves you will find Place Thiars, the liveliest part of this district. Good quality restaurants stand side by side with tourist traps. The Theatre National de la Criée is very popular. A bit further on, Basilique St Victor is known locally as the 'key to the port'.


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