Avenue de la Gardiette Quartier Plan de Campagne, Les Pennes Mirabeau, FR, 13170

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  • Attractions

    »Ferme Trebillane

    Located in the commune of Calas, the Ferme Trebillane is a huge spacious farm. Surrounded by lush greenery and fantastic views of the area, this place is used to produce organic products, legumes, vegetables and much more. The place is also used as an open-air venue for concerts and cultural events. Recently restored by Raymond Martin, the mayor of the area, the farm has  also set-up the Dansarelle, a famous dance hall in town. For more information, call ahead.    

    Avenue Rene Cassin
    Cabries, 13480

    »Armenian Evangelical Church

    This church is part of the Armenian evangelical movement. It was founded by members of the Armenian community who came to Marseille at the beginning of the 20th century. It is situated in the north of Marseille. A bilingual service (French and Armenian) is held on Sundays. On Tuesdays, there is a prayer session and on Thursdays, there is a bible study class too.

    Lotissement du Commandeur Saint-Antoine
    Marseille, 13015

    »Notre-Dame de la Galline

    Take the 7km walk to the small chapel of Notre-Dame de la Nerthe, re-named Notre-Dame de la Galline from the Provençal word for "hen". The Chemin de la Nerthe, set amid an enchanting pine grove at the foot of the hill, leads you up to a captivating view of Marseilles' roadways and islands. The chapel is still a site of pilgrimage where, on 8th September, worshippers come to venerate the Madone à la poule - a sculpture of the Virgin and Child belonging to the 14th Century, depicting the baby Jesus sitting on Mary's lap and carrying a white hen. Built in the 11th century, the chapel was restored in 1985 and houses a collection of thanksgiving offerings going back to the 17th Century.

    Chemin de la Nerthe
    Marseille, 13016

    »Le Palmier

    Le Palmier Club House offers a host of leisure activities for individuals and families. Concerts and entertainment shows are special highlights. The food at La Palmier is also popular with the in-house chef preparing delicious delights for guests. For guests who prefer to be more active, the Club House also offers tennis teaching and practice sessions. They also have a Salsa Course and Aquagym. Guests are required to be members of the ASACAD (Association Sportive et Culturelle Aix Animation Duranne) to be able to join these paid courses. Many other activities such as jogging, cycling, hiking are also arranged. Check website for details.

    2008- 9240 avenue Augustin Fresnel
    Aix-en-Provence, 13290

    »Islamic Center

    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.

    50 Rue Viala
    Marseille, 13015

    »Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne

    Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne is a one of the best engineering institutes in the city. The institute not just focuses on curricular activities but also offers industry exposure to its students by promoting internships and alliances with industry stalwarts. The Gardanne campus of the institute hosts a number of events in its premises that includes meetings, seminars, talks and lectures. Check website for details.

    Route de Mimet 880
    Gardanne, 13541


    Château-Bas is an architectural symbol of not only the commune of Mimet but also the Aix-en-Provence. Located at the heart of Les Rigauds in Mimet, this 17th Century castle has an elegant five-hectare botanical garden which is home to rare species of trees and plants. Château-Bas, today, hosts variety of theater events inside its well-preserved stone structure as well as on the garden. Events of Festival de La Roque-d'Anthéron, which mostly includes concerts, attract people from across the region.

    65 Chemin des Rigauds
    Mimet, 13105

    »Assemblée de Dieu (Nord)

    Born of the Protestant Evangelical movement in the 16th and 17th centuries, the Assemblies of God were established in France by the Pentecostal movement at the beginning of the 20th century and are a very loyal continuation of the Christian assemblies or churches dating back to the times of the Apostles. Their one and only authority is the Bible. Their doctrines are based on salvation by the Grace of God, baptism of the Holy Spirit, the return of Jesus Christ and the miraculous healing of the sick.

    79 Route Nationale de Saint-Antoine
    Marseille, 13003

    »Mosque Assouna

    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.

    367 Boulevard National 351
    Marseille, 13003

    »La Friche Belle de Mai Gallery

    A hotbed of cultural activities, La Friche is spread across 45,000 square meters of an old tobacco factory, where more than 500 exhibits draw in over 80,000 visitors all year round. "La Friche represents man's incredible capacity to outsmart the systems which prevent him from speaking." These words from Philippe Foulquié, the venue's creator, capture the very essence of what can be described as the city's cultural dynamo: apart from being a great exhibition space for contemporary art, La Friche also takes up other forms of artistic expression to explore culture. Check website for exhibition details and event schedules.

    41 rue Jobin
    Marseille, 13003

    »Chartreux Church

    Founded in 1633, this monument, partly destroyed during the Revolution, extended over 27 acres. Designed by Tom Berger, the 3 nave church, built in 1680, was dedicated to Saint-Marie-Magdeleine in 1702. The façade is composed of two superposed orders, ionique and corinthian and even after the damage caused by the Revolution, its interior has preserved its powerful and austere architecture. This church became a parish in 1803.

    26 Place Edmond-Audran
    Marseille, 13004

    »Khalid Ibn Al Walid Mosque

    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.

    24 Rue de Malaval
    Marseille, 13002
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