Things to see and do - Aubagne
Unmissable tourist sites
Aubagne Travel guide
Aubagne : Michelin's recommendations
In this once fortified city in the Huveaune valley you can explore the remains of the old ramparts and avenues shaded by ancient plane trees. Today, the little town is almost a suburb of Marseilles and several industrial enterprises are established in the vast business zone. It is renowned for its clay figures and for being the birthplace of Marcel Pagnol.
Tourist attractions Aubagne : Things to see and do
4 cours de Clastre (derrière l’église St-Sauveur) F - 13400 Aubagne
In the Thérèse-Neveu workshops there is a permanent exhibition on the history of ceramics in Aubagne and temporary pottery and ornamental figure displays.
Esplanade Charles-de-Gaulle F - 13400 Aubagne
Pagnol's best-loved characters are represented here in the form of figurines made by local artisans.
2 bd Émile-Combes F - 13400 Aubagne
In 1895, Louis Sicard designed the famous ceramic cicada. Since then, it has been popping up everywhere: on the fronts of houses, on pieces of appliqué work lining corridors, and of course in most souvenir shops.
Avenue des Paluds F - 13400 AUBAGNE
In the salt marsh region of Aubagne, the ibis budget (formerly Etap Hotel) is 12.4 miles from the Old Port, 33 yards from the Agora Center and 7.5 miles from the beaches and calanques of Cassis. Your budget hotel with modern rooms is 9.3 miles from t..
Zc Les Paluds F - 13400 Aubagne
Situated in Aubagne, Le Relais d’Aubagne combines Provencal charm with modern comfort and features an outdoor swimming pool. The well-equipped rooms feature traditional decor and include free Wi-Fi internet access. Free private parking is provided ..
4 Cours Voltaire F - 13400 Aubagne
The Hotel Souléia, a wonderful setting for your next break, is situated in the heart of Aubagne at the foot of the Garlaban, with a summit of 715 metres. The hotel features air-conditioned and sound-proofed rooms equipped with bathroom with bath or ..