A walkable neighborhood, Saint-Antoine is known for being economical and relaxing, while offering convenient options for restaurants and coffee shops. Many visitors come to enjoy the natural beauty of the sea. Choose one of Saint-Antoine's hotels or hostels and explore the area around Marseille with ease.
Sightseeing around Saint-Antoine
Some top attractions include the area's museums and monuments. Browse the collections at Musee des Beaux-Arts, Musee d'Archeologie Mediterraneenne, or Centre de la Vieille Charite. At Silo Concert Hall, La Friche Belle de Mai, and Musee Regards de Provence, you'll learn about local culture. Monuments like La Vieille Charite, Cathedral la Major, and Saint Vincent de Paul Church are well regarded. Fort Saint Jean, Pharo Palace, and La Plaine are well-known local landmarks. Eurocopter, Chateau de la Buzine, and Karting de L'Etang will provide enjoyment for the whole family.
Many visitors like to do some shopping while in town, but there are a number of other activities. Dip your toes in the water and soak up the sun at Plage des Catalans, Prado Beach, and Borely Beach. You can spend a leisurely afternoon outside at Palais Longchamps, Jardin des Vestiges, or Parc du Griffon. Looking for a little retail therapy? Consider a shopping trip to Centre Bourse, Escale Borely, and Les Allees Provencales. If you've got some more time, you won't be disappointed by Marseille Provence Cruise Terminal, Le Dome, and Marseille Ferry Terminal.
Some of the most popular attractions in the area include Museum of Civilizations in Europe and the Mediterranean, Vieux Port, and Notre-Dame de la Garde. You can also check out University of Aix-Marseille III, Grand Port Maritime de Marseille, and Docks of Joliette.
Getting around Saint-Antoine
To venture out of town, take a train from Marseille St Antoine Station. You can inquire about options for water travel at the port.
At 8.2 miles (13.2 km), Marseille (MRS-Marseille - Provence) is the closest major airport to Saint-Antoine.