Ibis Marseille Bonneveine

Avenue Elsa Triolet, Marseille, 13008, France
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Looking for a beachy town/village

by nakita002

Hi fellow members
I have been trying to make heads or tails about the train service in France. I am going to be in Marseilles in the beginning of June and would like to get train to go somewhere more beachy.
Where would you suggest, somewhere which wont take more than 2 or 2 and a half hours max? I was thinking of Cannes or St. Tropez, but I am not sure if there is a train which goes there. When I tried using the website I found it rather hard to navigate and everytime I tried to search I got an error. Is it possible to do this by train? Or maybe we could rent a car? How long would the drive be to st tropez area?
Id appreciate some other suggestions to as where we can get to by train.
We are looking to relax on some beaches with loungers and have a couple of drinks, we are in our mid-twenties and looking for a hip, cool holiday.
Thanks all!

Re: Looking for a beachy town/village

by Maryimelda

You can get to Cannes by train from Marseilles in about two hours and a few minutes with no changes. Trains run very regularly. Cannes is indeed a "hip, cool" place. I can recommend the Little Palace Hotel if you're looking for budget accommodation.

http://www.hotel-little-palace-cannes.cote.azur.fr/page_en_1.html

Re: Looking for a beachy town/village

by Maryimelda

You can get to Cannes from Marseilles directly by train in just about two hours. Trains run very regularly, no booking needed. Cannes is indeed a "hip, cool" place though it can be expensive in parts. If you are looking for budget accommodation, I can recommend the Little Palace Hotel just across from the train station.

Website: http://www.hotel-little-palace-cannes.cote.azur.fr/page_en_1.html

Re: Looking for a beachy town/village

by nakita002

Wow - thanks for the info - thats great. Looked into it and in the end decided to go to this small seaside place called Saintes Maries De La Mer - looks so relaxing I couldn't resist :-)

Re: Looking for a beachy town/village

by nakita002

Thank you! :-)

Travel Tips for Marseille

L'oiseau rare...

by rfi02

... a seldom bird, in fact the workshop of 2 young artists, Eisa and Bruno, one of them working with colored glass, the other being a gold- and silvermith. 24, rue de l'eveché, 13002 Marseille in The Panier Quarter open hearted people in The Panier-Quarter helping one another and having a lot of fun

Artemis polymast

by JLBG

Though Marseille was founded by sailors coming from the antique Phocea, it was also strongly linked with more renown Ephese, dedicated to Artemis. The Temple of Artemis polymast (with several breasts) was in Ephese one of the seven marvels of the world. The Greek Marseille too had a temple to Artemis, the goddess for fertility.

La Cité Radieuse, the terrace

by JLBG

A terrace tops the whole building. Anybody can go and visit it, with its gorgeous landscape. I suppose there are not many visitors, otherwise, it would not remain as a free access !

Everything is made of raw concrete and the facilities (air exhaust, central heating, etc…) are used as element of the décor. There is a small swimming pool, empty but we were in December. There is also a meeting room (second photo).

superb beef and fish

by SSlatter about Les Arcenaulx

Les Arcenaulx is a restaurant situated in a small complex of shops (books and gifts) which are all connected. The restaurant itself is fairly grand but it falls on the right side of pretentious: it`s not what I would call "snobby" at all. But don`t get me wrong. By no means is this a cheap restaurant. In fact it`s more expensive than average, but the old adage is "you pay for what you get", and this is certainly true in Les Arcenaulx`s case. We were a party of 5, and we started off with a glass of champagne each which was on the house. Nice start. We decided to skip the entrées and went straight for main courses: Tournedos Rossini, Steak Tartare, and Filet St. Pierre. The beef was superb, as was the fish. We drank a red: Chateau Pibarnon, which was on the pricy side at 55 euros the bottle, but which was also superb. The bill for 5 came to 266.45 euros, 89.45 of which was drinks. Good coffee too. Recommended.

The faro.

by dog_biscuit

A great view of the city in all directions and out into the Med. There's a bronze statue dedicated to those lost at sea.
Some of Marseille's history is easily seen in the surrounding buildings and ancient lighthouses.

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