Car rental Marseille
Blue lagoons and beautifull lavender fields
Located in the southern Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Marseille is one of the five largest cities in France. It is also the largest commercial port on the coast of the azure Mediterranean Sea, between the Côte Bleu and the Calanques, in the fairytale like region Provence, with Lavender Fields and enchanting blue lagoons. If you want to rent a car in Marseille, why not compare the prices of car rental Marseille at holidaycars.com and make an early booking?
Mistral climate of Marseille
Marseille has a Mediterranean climate with mild, damp winters and hot dry summers. July and August are the warmest months, with average temperatures around 25 ° C. Marseille is also known for the mistral, a strong, cold and dry regional wind, which played an important part in the life and culture of Provence.
Sight seeing by rental car in Massalia
Palais Longchamp is a beautiful palace located in the Quartier des Cinq-Avenuesthe. The construction was completed in 1862. The Palace and the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, the Jardin des Vestiges, the remnants of the Greek settlement of Massalia in the 6th century BC, are easily reached by public transport or by car. Car rental in Marseille would be more convenient if you want to see more of the surroundings.
Footbal stadium the Stade Velodrome
The Stade Velodrome is a football stadium with a capacity of 60,000 places. It is home to the Olympique de Marseille football club of Ligue 1, it was also used on the World Cup in 1998. The stadium is easily accessible by car rental in Marseille, and there are plenty of parking spaces.
The valley of Massif des Calanques
A calanque is a deep valley with steep slopes and lies partly in the sea. The Massif des Calanques in the Bouches-du-Rhône is a fine example. This formation extends over 20 km along the coast between Marseille and Cassis. It's ideal to get there by car hire, so that you can visit this great natural beauty at your own pace.
Cathédrale Sainte-Marie-Majeure de Marseille is a national monument of France and was designated as a basilica in 1896 by Pope Leo XIII. The present cathedral was built in Byzantine-Roman style. It is the seat of the Archdiocese of Marseille.
Hôtel-Dieu de Marseille is an old hospital in the district of Vieux-Port. Hôtel-Dieu de Marseille arose after the merger of the original Saint-Esprit hospital from the 12th century and the Saint-Jacques de Galice hospital from the 16th century. In 2006, the hospital function was definite, and a luxury hotel was also made from the building. You can safely park your rental car here when visiting.