Within a few hours of navigation from Marseille, you can easily reach Cassis and La Ciotat to enjoy a little bit more of this exceptional coast. Then head to the Phocaean city, with its many coves to discover, extending over more than twenty kilometers. For the luxury lovers, a boat rental in Marseille will offer privileged moments in an exceptional setting. Choose the boat of your dreams and discover the wonders of the Mediterranean!
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Marseille is one of the most beautiful maritime cities in France and has several marinas (the old-port, Frioul, Pointe-Rouge and Estaque) where you can rent a boat. With Click&Boat you can rent a boat in Marseille: a yacht, sailboat, motorboat, catamaran, RIBs, and even a Jet Ski.
It's easy to get carried away by the beauty of Marseille, stretching over more than twenty kilometers of the coastline. Stop off at the charming old port, dominated by the Notre Dame de-la-garde. From Marseille, you can enjoy a simple walk in the harbour of Marseille, admiring the Chateau d'If or visiting the creeks by motor boat, RIB or sailing boat. Don't forget to stop off for a day in the Prado, the Catalans and Pointe Rouge beaches and enjoy the spectacular beaches.
In Marseille, 448 privately owned boats are available for rental. See other boats in the area
So much to do around Marseille. Iles du Frioul, Cassis, La Ciotat, Les Calanques -- all wonderful! The scenery is incredible! The wind can change quickly from on day to the next. If the Mistral comes tearing through you might need to wait till it subsides. You will not be disappointed.
Go see the Calanques - amazing! Our family of 4 rented boat with skipper through Pierre, and it was a fabulous day. Saw a lot of amazing sights, and just enjoyed a day of swimming and lounging around. The old port of Marseille was something to see, but also get out along the coast towards Cassis - really should not miss the Calanques (we even went cliffjumping near Cassis - a highlight of our trip).
We visited the charming harbour of Cassis, this stop is a must if you are in the area. We also tied up to mooring balls in a calanques port-miou. This is a very well protected bay right next to Cassis with mooring balls. Please note most calanques are non-anchoring zones so this is one of the few ones you can actually stop in. We also went to la Ciotat, which is an industrial harbour but offer some nice bars and restaurants.
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