The Largest Port In France
BEST TIME TO VISIT
In May, the Marseille weather becomes warm and inviting, averaging 19°C. If you wish to spend your days on land exploring galleries and restaurants, this shoulder month is perfect. September, also, is an inviting shoulder month still producing temperatures in the low 20°Cs.
For those who want to get in the water, the peak summer months of June, July and August are the time to switch to swimwear. During the high season, Marseille temperatures sit between the mid-20 – 30°Cs.
Activities & Experiences
Marseille’s streets are shaped by 2600 years of history. Starting with the Phonecians in 600BC and then the Greeks and Romans, the architecture and narrow streets along are their own marvel.
Feast On The Finest Cuisine
>Marseille is home to the famous French dish, Bouillabaisse. Every French restaurant in the city has this on the menu, many with an innovative modern flare. But only one with three Michelin stars.
Le Petit Nice is a Michelin three-star restaurant. The only three-star restaurant in Marseille and one of only 40 in France. Need it be said? Their menu is divine, and their take on the Bouillabaisse will be an experience inaccessible anywhere else in the world.
Other excellent restaurant options are L’Aromat – for contemporary spins on traditional menu items. Le Château, Sormiou – for a quirky venue out of the city with a quaint terrace that invites you to stay awhile. And Chez Madie Les Galinettes – for a traditional style French meal in a cosy setting.
Get In The Water
On a Charter in Marseille, you want to make the most of your exclusive water route access. One strikingly beautiful nearby destination is the Calanques National Park.
Tender down here and spend the day out on kayaks or paddleboards, gliding along the blue-hued waters past pale beige cliffs and native Mediterranean vegetation.
Stroll The Shops
Charter holidays seldom offer a diverse range of shopping options – say, high-end couture or handcrafted perfumes. This is where the cities shine. On a private yacht charter to Marseille, you can have it all.
Les Docks de la Joliette is a shopping centre and art space combined where visitors can find high-end brands like Louis Vuitton and others. Galeries Lafayette is the best place to find all the big-name brands you seek.
Terrasses du Port is a leisure and shopping hub. Or, for a unique shopping experience, Marche de Noailles shows off Marseille’s flavour. Here you can find favourite Marseille spices and preserves to take back on board for your chef to turn into magical French cuisine.
Speaking of morish morsels, L’Esperantine de Marseille is the place to find deliciously addictive chocolates.
What To Expect When Booking A Yacht Charter In Marsseille With Ahoy Club
When securing a luxury yacht charter to Marsseille, you want a hassle-free booking experience paired with regional knowledge and expertise. We understand, and we deliver.
Ahoy Club is the world’s number one online platform to book a charter in Marsseille and beyond. We combine market-leading digital technology with hands-on expertise to deliver unparalleled luxury yacht experiences. The process is simple.
Using our innovative online experience builder, we learn about your needs through a series of simple questions. Within minutes our platform has narrowed down which charters align perfectly with your wants and desires. Booking is made simple online, and then your personal Customer Experience Manager steps in to help fill in the details. Restaurant bookings, tours, advice and liaison between you and your captain are all under control through your personal experience manager.