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Shopping in Marseille

For a shopping session first of all go to the city centre! From the luxury shops near the Old Port, to the Olympique de Marseille shop on the Canebière, to the small designers of the Cours Julien, to the flea markets, markets or traditional shops, it is an ideal place to do your shopping. Marseille is also known for its shopping centres, notably the Terrasses du Port à la Joliette with its superb sea view and rooftop, or just opposite the Docks Villages, former port warehouses now transformed into trendy boutiques.
You’ll be spoilt for choice to bring back a souvenir with Marseille accents!

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Shopping centers

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Bakeries and pastry shops

Fancy a sweet pastry or a freshly baked baguette? Here are some good addresses for bakeries and pastry shops in Marseille.

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Markets and flea markets

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Markets

Food markets in Marseille are really a reflection of typical and coloured tastes of our terroir and accent of Provence. The most famous is definitely the fish market every morning on the ‘Vieux Port’. However many markets offer clothing, shoes or also fabrics.

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Shopping centres

Whether located in the heart of the city or in the  suburb, Marseille offers many shopping centres. Department or local stores made in Marseille, you will be able to find what you need during your shopping trip in the Cité Phocéenne.

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