Port of Marseille, Vieux-Port de Marseille, 13001 Marseille, France
43.29418400, 5.36888100

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Marseille is the second most populated city of France, the biggest mediterranean port and the economic center of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. In 2013 the city was the European Capital of Culture, a large series of cultural events took place, and several new infrastructures were inaugurated. In 2013 Marseille also hosted the EuroPride. From colourful markets (like Noailles market) that will make you feel like you are in Africa, to the Calanques (a natural area of big cliffs falling into the sea – Calanque means fjord), from the Panier area (the oldest place of the town and historically the place where newcomers installed) to the Vieux-Port (old harbor) and the Corniche (a road along the sea) Marseille has definitely a lot to offer. A perfect location adjoining the Old Port, the city centre of Marseille, La Major Cathedral, one of the oldest basilicas in France, and the historic district known asle Panier”. The position of this terminal provides cruise passengers with access to the city centre, taking just a few minutes on foot. The Port of Marseille Fos, a large cruise ship port, benefits from a perfect geographic location in the heart of the Mediterranean. The port offers a full range of services and fully trained and experienced labour force. Choose from our available boats (use the detailed search engine) and make a reservation.