There is nothing more relaxing than a dinner or lunch “les pieds dans l’eau” (feet in water). Follow Made in Marseille guide to the best waterside restaurants. Bon appétit !
At the top of Corniche Kennedy, Le Peron and its wooden terrace are right above the sea. Enjoy a beautiful panorama of the Frioul islands and the Château d’If. This is one of Marseille most famous gastronomic restaurants, with fish, delicious meals, and expensive bill!
Au bord de l’eau
Au bord de l’eau is a restaurant located a few steps from La Madrague little port, a very good spot if you’re looking for fresh pizzas near the sea. The restaurant also offers fish cooked “à la plancha”. Enjoy your meal on the terrace while watching the sunset…
15 rue des Arapèdes, 13008 Marseille
Le Nautic Bar
If you want to enjoy our Calanques and have a nice lunch, Le Nautic Bar overlooking Morgiou little port is the best spot. The panorama of the calanques is breathtaking, and the meals belong to traditional Provence cuisine.
Chemin de Morgiou, 13009 Marseille
Le Petit pavillon
Funded in 1854, Le Petit Pavillon is an old institution in Marseille, and the buildings, like the little wooden bridge, were preserved. It’s definitely one of the best places to go if you like fish. Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, enjoy some delicious tapas with a glass of wine…
54 promenade de la Corniche John Kennedy, 13007 Marseille
Right in the heart of La calanque de Saména, the restaurant “les Tamaris” is out of time. The chef chooses season and local products from Marseille markets to cook delicious and typical Mediterranean meals.
40 boulevard Calanque de Saména, 13008 Marseille