WELCOME TO LE PETIT JARDIN
Bed and Breakfast in Marseille.
Bonjour, my name is Mauro, your bed and breakfast owner here in Marseille where I have settled down 10 years ago. Everything has been said about Marseille and yet it remains relatively unknown. And in spite of that… what a city !
Rich of history, rich of contrasts and differences, its population, its places … European City of Culture in 2013, European City of Sport in 2017, city host for Manifesta 2020, Marseille shows its dynamism, the feet in the Mediterranean sea and the head under the Provence sun with all its festivals of dance, jazz, circus, exhibitions, street art… and the extraordinaire Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MUCEM) and its amazing architecture… its gardens, islands and the unforgettable National Parc of Calanques.
Off the beaten track, the traveller will be charmed and pleasantly surprised by its personality, its unique position on the mediterranean coast and its mild weather.
Marseille is the ideal destination for an original and relaxing stay to enjoy the city, its nice beaches and splendid Calanques, as well as a central resort to explore beautiful Provence (Aix en Provence, Roussillion, Avignon, Le Castellet, Cassis are less than an hour drive from Marseille!).
Le Petit Jardin is a bed and breakfast with two rooms in a very good location within the heart of the 7th district (itself in the center of the city). The 7th district is one of the most beautiful and typical places in Marseille. Close to the Prophete’s beach, close to Notre Dame de La Garde and close to the Vieux Port, our bed and breakfast is easily linked to all the majors places to be visited by public transports and self service bike system.
The bed and breakfast Le Petit Jardin is a quiet and refreshing oasis to be discovered in the maze of little streets and steps of the green Vallon de l’Oriol.
In the area of our bed and breakfast nothing is flat…it’s going up, it’s going down … lots of small and narrow paths, stairs, a place where people say “bonjour”… a mosaïc of gardens…