Pharo Palace

  • Historic site and monument
  • Historic patrimony
  • Palace
  • Neo-Classical
58 Boulevard Charles Livon 13007 Marseille 7ème
The promontory of the Pharo was once called the Tête de More. It was a rocky plateau on which only rushes and sea grass grew, and some taverns were installed there.
The Pharo promontory was once called Tête de More, meaning Moorish Head. It was a rocky plateau on which only rushes and wild grasses grew, with a few "guinguettes" (small restaurants with music and dancing). Pharo was the name of the cove just to the west of the Tête de More. The “Farot” was a mound separating the cove from the open sea, and providing a look-out point, first mentioned in the 14th century.
The residence was not much appreciated and the Emperor never actually used it. On the...
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Pharo Palace

58 Boulevard Charles Livon 13007 Marseille 7ème
  • palaisdupharo.marseille.fr
Updated on 26 January 2024 at 17:08
by Office de Tourisme des Loisirs et des Congrès de Marseille
(Offer identifier : 5538244)
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