Master suite of 40m², fully furnished. This suite is composed of a bedroom with a double bed (140x190) accompanied by a bedside table with lamp; a work area is included, composed of a desk with chair and lamp. The suite also has a dressing room and a large private bathroom with a bathtub. For relaxation, two armchairs are included and there is also access to a balcony.
In the hyper centre of Marseille in the 6th arrondissement, in the Préfecture district, this 240m² flat benefits from an ideal location, close to the Vieux Port of Marseille and near all amenities. The flat is on the 4th floor of a secure building with digicodes and a lift. The flat has 6 rooms, a kitchen, a shower room and a laundry room. All rooms are fully equipped and furnished. Each room in the flat is eligible for APL according to CAF conditions.
Metro Estrangin - Ligne 1 / Notre Dame du Mont - Ligne 2
Bus Ligne 54/41/49/55/60/61/80/518/521/540
Tram Place de Rome - Ligne 3
Around the Hôtel de Préfecture des Bouches du Rhône, a typical Napoleon III style building, the Préfecture district is one of the liveliest and most commercial areas of Marseille. Its location, very close to the Old Port, is therefore ideal for enjoying the shops, restaurants, bars and architecture that symbolized the wealth of Marseille in the 19th century. Nearest useful addresses : Pharmacy : 27 place Notre Dame du Mont - Bakery : 32 boulevard Louis Salvator - Supermarket : 28 rue Montgrand
Découvrez la ville de Marseille
At the outskirts of Provence, Marseille is the second largest city in France after Paris. A port city, the Phocaean city combines tradition and modernity from its Greek and Roman origins to the present day. The two symbols of the city are the Old Port located in the heart of the city where fishermen sell their catches on the quay lined with boats, and the Basilica of Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, a Romanesque church of Byzantine inspiration that offers a superb panorama of Marseille. The city is full of other monuments and places to visit that you can enjoy under the Mediterranean climate and the heat of its sun. The beautiful city of the South is also appreciated for its dynamism and its atmosphere in the various districts of the center where you can stroll between the terraces of the cafes, the stores and the restaurants where you can stop to taste the specialities like the Bouillabaisse. Marseille is also a city known for its culture, many museums are to be discovered and in particular the Mucem which opened its doors in 2013 and puts forward the Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean. Finally, the creeks of Marseille are a magnificent place for a walk, with majestic cliffs and the sea as far as the eye can see. Rich in fauna and flora, these exceptional places will delight nature lovers and swimmers, far from the big tourist beaches because most of them are only accessible on foot or by boat.