Just a stone’s throw from the Plage des Catalans, opposite the statue of the heroes of the Eastern Army, nestles a small Provençal fishing village.
Wedged between two cliffs, resolutely turned towards the sea, the Vallon des Auffes offers the image of a time that would have stopped in Marcel Pagnol’s time. It is also one of the emblematic places of Marseille.
Unique, authentic, picturesque, there is no shortage of adjectives to describe this little haven of peace that is both close to and so far from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. It is here that you will find one of the most beautiful settings for eating out in Marseille.