Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday apartment in 5th
calm and full of sunshine in the heart of Marseille, near metro and tram
In the center of Marseille (La Plaine / Cours Julien) here is a little refuge in the quiet romantic. 2 small rooms (one room with a double bed) and a beautiful wooden deck await you as if you were just in the countryside. The terrace overlooks the gardens and is facing south. The apartment is on the first floor in old building of two floors at the bottom of a garden.
Metro (line 2) and Tram (line 2) are within walking distance and just riding a street, you are already on the Plain with its market and café terraces. The friendliest neighborhood in Marseille, bustling tourist hubbub but rejected the Old Port.
The apartment is ideal for a small break for two to explore Marseille. Or to find refuge after a day of work on the go. And we will be at your disposal for any information (which discover in Marseille, where to eat, what walks, what beach ...)
Nearby subway 1 (Cours Julien) & 2 (locker) and tram (Eugène Pierre);
Nearby shops (80m), restaurants, hotel designers (Cours Julien / La Plaine)
Rental three days, weekly, biweekly, and in low season month.
Gays and lesbians are simply welcome.
Being of German descent, I speak fluent German, English and of course French.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- not suitable for children
I am German and I came to Marseille the first time 25 years ago. And I felt in love with this chaotic town on the Mediterranean Sea.
Since we could buy this charming apartment, I am happy to welcome foreigners and I try to help as good as I can that you'll have a lovely stay in Marseille.
I also like to say: gay&lesbians are welcome!
When I saw this apartment the first time, I was totally charmed. A little jewel in the heart of Marseille, but quiet, so quiet that you are astonished when you sometimes hear from far away a car or a motorcycle.
The apartment was at this time rented by a good friend of mine and we spent marvelous moments on the terrace.
In 2003, the apartment underneath was to rent too and as I always dreamed to live in this part of the town, I moved in.
And better, when in 2006 he sold, I didn't hesitate to buy one moment. It is so rare to find an apartment with a big terrace (not a balcony!) in Marseille. And the view is on gardens.
And so we, my husband and me, are the happy owners and having the big pleasure to welcome people visiting Marseille.
The quarter Cours Julien / La Plaine is the quarter the most alive in Marseille with his markets, the cafés and restaurants and a lot of places to go. But is not the touristic center, it is really mixed.
The advantage of the apartment is, that you'll find this Marseille live by feet at five minutes, but the apartment itself is really calm.
You can reach quite everything by feet, but bot métros are near and the tram N°2 also. From the railway station is is only two halts.