Port de Sausset Les pins
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Tourism and travel guide

In the Bouches-du-Rhône, you can discover the village of Sausset-les-Pins. Enjoy the hidden treasures of this typical village of Provence. The village of Sausset-les-Pins offers to the 7300 inhabitants as well as to visitors passing by local stores and a peaceful atmosphere.

Are you planning an active vacation in a nature-friendly destination? There are numerous hiking trails in the village: long, uneven, you will find here itineraries suitable for beginners as well as experienced hikers. in the Bouches-du-Rhône, there is no shortage of nature activities. Have you ever tried climbing? Would you like to take part in a horse ride?

In Sausset-les-Pins, as everywhere in the Bouches-du-Rhône department, the local cuisine is a tourist attraction in its own right. In the region, visit various local markets where producers introduce you to tasty specialties.

Churches, squares, fountains, wash houses, abbeys and monasteries… You can also discover a famous local heritage or a more confidential one.

Are you looking for accommodation in Sausset-les-Pins or the surrounding area? Many tourists prefer camping in the sunny Bouches-du-Rhône. You can also find remarkable hotels and guest houses. Prepare your stay by booking accommodation that suits you. The local Tourist Office will give you information about the activities on offer and the monuments.

Marina and seaside resort

Sausset-les-Pins is a charming seaside resort on the Côte Bleue. Between Marseille and Martigues, you can discover a picturesque marina and enjoy the many beaches that stretch for several kilometers: le Petit Nid, le Grand Rouveau, le Petit Nid, le Grand Nid, les Baumettes… Many nautical activities are also proposed: scuba diving, snorkeling, sea excursions…

You can also stroll along the quays, have lunch or dinner at the terrace of a café, with a breathtaking view of the harbour of Marseille.

Discover the Côte Bleue by train

The coastline between Martigues and Marseille, called the Côte Bleue, can be discovered by train. The line follows the sea closely, with many tunnels and dizzying bridges. The view of the hills, the Mediterranean Sea and Marseille is breathtaking.

You can stop at the various seaside resorts along the coast: Ensuès-la-Redonne, Carry-le-Rouet, Sausset-les-Pins…

Note: animals and bicycles are accepted on the train.

Museums in the Bouches-du-Rhône

Culture is part of the Bouches-du-Rhône’s tourist offer, with several dozen museums. Discover, for example, the Ciotaden museum in La Ciotat, the Arles Antique Museum, the museum of the Camargue in Arles, the museum of Aviation in Saint-Victoret, the museum of the Camargue in Arles…

You can also easily reach Marseille from Sausset-les-Pins, by car or train, and visit the city’s museums and monuments: the Mucem, the Marseille History Museum, the Palais Longchamp, Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, etc.

Practical Informations

Would you like to discover Sausset-les-Pins? We can help you prepare your visit.

  • Location: Sausset-les-Pins is located on the Côte Bleue, between Martigues and Marseille.
  • Nearby tourist towns and villages: Marseille, Martigues, Carry-le-Rouet, Ensuès-la-Redonne
  • Accommodation: Hotel rooms, bed and breakfasts, holiday rentals, campsites…
  • Market days: every Sunday morning.
  • Tourist Office (address): 16 Av. du Port, 13960 Sausset-les-Pins
  • Tourist Office (phone): (+33)4 42 45 60 65
  • Official website: http://www.ville-sausset-les-pins.fr/