Marignane can also impose itself as a nature destination, halfway between the wilderness of the Camargue, the fairytale coastline of the Calanques National Park and the slopes carpeted with pine forests and the scrublands of the Sainte-Victoire, so dear to Paul Cézanne. Lovers of hiking, mountain biking and climbing will find in Provence a playground to match their desires.
On the cultural side, the Raimu Museum and the Covet Castle, which today houses the Town Hall behind its Italian-style façade, underline the architectural quality of the town of Marignane. You are also just a few kilometers from Marseille, whose cultural offer is renowned throughout the world with establishments such as the MuCEM or the Cantini Museum, and the city of Aix-en-Provence, which notably hosts the Granet museum and a world-famous Festival of Lyric Art.
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