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Marseille is not only France’s oldest city but also its most colourful. And we’re not just talking about all those terracotta roof tiles. So what are we talking about exactly? Well, one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities for one, with its mix of French, North African and Spanish cultures. Where busy bazaar-style markets, 17th century cathedrals and an old bustling harbour battle it out for your attention.

And because of its position along the Mediterranean coast, you can expect plenty of fabulous beaches and even the stunningly beautiful calanques, also known as the Mediterranean fjords. Think crystal clear waters, secluded little bays, sheer cliff faces and you’re on the right track. Sounds tempting, doesn’t it? 

July 2017
Joli Rouge (72 Rue d'Aubagne. tel: 06 26 92 78 39) Rummage around in this atmospheric brocante (junk shop), filled to the rafters with quirky objet d'art, 1950s furniture and irresistible vintage crockery, before pulling up a stool at its retro mini-bar that serves natural wines to thirsty bargain-hunters.

April 2017
Festival de Marseille (15 June to 9 July, www.festivaldemarseille.com) This three-week creative fest showcases the very best of Marseille's cutting-edge culture with a jam-packed schedule of dance, music, theatre, film screenings and other contemporary arts taking place in various venues around town.

July 2017
Les Apéros du Bateau 4 June to 27 August At dusk each Sunday, fun-loving seafarers can board a pleasure cruiser to watch the sunset while adrift in Marseille's azure waters. Along with its on-board chef and cocktail bar, the boat ride lures with a line-up of cracking live acts and DJs that set the tempo for sundeck grooves. Tickets €21.80, www.digitick.com

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