Unmissable tourist sites
Fos-sur-Mer Travel guide
Fos-sur-Mer : Michelin's recommendations
At the foot of the rock where the old village of Fos stands, the herds of bulls and sheep once raised there have been replaced by an immense, energetic, commercial and industrial port with an industrial complex, set up under the aegis of the Port of Marseille.
Tourist attractions Fos-sur-Mer : Things to see and do
Quai Container F - Fos-sur-Mer
Don’t miss Marseille’s port, the largest in France and the Mediterranean, and the fourth largest in Europe. Its gigantic installations sprawl over almost 50km between Marseille and Fos-sur-Mer. Hydrocarbons account for almost two thirds of maritime t..
Mole Graveleau F - 13270 Fos-sur-Mer
The exhibition presents the port autonome de Marseille (independent port) installations and activities: a model and video film followed by a visit of the port complex.
Le Bourg F - 13270 Fos-sur-Mer
The old village has retained the vestiges of its 14C castle and St Sauveur church with a Romanesque nave. Belvederes and a terrace in the gardens around the ramparts afford great views .
20 Avenue Jean Moulin F - 13270 Fos-sur-Mer
This provencal-style hotel offers air-conditioned rooms just 200 metres from Fos-sur-mer city centre and 500 metres from the beach, La Grande Plage. Daily breakfast can be enjoyed on the terrace. All of the rooms at the Hotel Azur are equipped with ..
13 avenue Camille Pelletan F - 13270 Fos-sur-Mer
Set in Fos-sur-Mer city center, this hotel restaurant offers gastronomic cuisine that can be enjoyed on the outdoor terrace. The guest rooms have flat-screen TVs and private bathrooms. Breakfast is provided daily at Le Littoral and guests can relax ..