Accessible leisure activities

Find out about all the structures offering and developing activities and leisure activities accessibles to people with disabilities. Visits, monuments, all you have to do is choose!


hop on - Hop Off bus

Take a tour of the city on a double-decker bus and enjoy the commentary with headphones. The volume of the commentary has been designed to enable people with hearing impairments or hearing aids to hear better. Not all stops are adapted (e.g. Notre Dame de La Garde). The driver helps people with reduced mobility to get on or off.
Contact : +33 4 91 52 89 39

Small tourist trains

Two mini-train tours are on offer. That of Notre Dame de la Garde and that of the quartier du Panier (Vieux Marseille). Depending on the time of year, timetables may differ.
Train access is possible only if the person is transferable (4 or 5 mechanical wheelchairs only). The chairs are folded and placed in the car baskets. There are no facilities for people in electric wheelchairs.
On the Notre Dame de la Garde circuit, one train in three is equipped with an amplifier.
Contact: +33 4 91 25 24 69

Le Bateau

“Le Bateau” provides regular sea connections with the islands of Marseille (Château d’if and Frioul).
Only for the Frioul destination, there are two seats per boat. Priority boarding with the help of the crew.
Please note! The Ile d’If is not accessible to people with reduced mobility (numerous staircases), but there are tours adapted to suit all disabilities.
Contact: +33 4 91 22 41 22

Cruises Marseille Calanques

There’s nothing like a mini-cruise to discover Marseille’s coastline and famous Calanques! The company welcomes people with reduced mobility. However, the ships in the fleet do not all have the same characteristics, so please contact them beforehand to ensure that they can welcome you in the best possible conditions.
Please note that there are a few steps to access the boarding pontoon (boarding assistance provided by the crew)
Contact: +33 4 91 58 50 58

Voile impulsion

Voile impulsion is a sailing school and training center for discovering the maritime environment.
Initiation to sailboat maneuvering and learning to drive sailboats.
Outings are supervised by qualified BP EPS instructors, for all types of disabilities.
Half-day outings from September to June. day outings July and August.
Contact: +33 4 91 03 71 56

Marseille Paragliding

Paragliding school affiliated to the Fédération Française de Vol Libre, “Marseille parapente” offers paragliding baptisms to all people with reduced mobility. Equipped with specialized equipment and qualified “Handicar” instructors they offer a unique experience to all who wish it. Innovative equipment for learning to paraglide solo is also available for the hearing impaired.
It is important to know that departures are from Cuges-les-Pins.
Contact: +33 6 51 84 46 71


The Vallon des Auffes and its traditional Marseille boats, the Château d’If
The Frioul archipelago and the Calanques de Ratonneau.
The agency is located just a few dozen meters from the Vieux-Port Hôtel de Ville parking lot.
Contact: +33 6 10 11 43 58.

Association Voiles au large

Proposes the discovery or rediscovery of sailing for all.
Activities offered, open to all publics.
Sailboats and shore equipment accessible PMR (Personnes à Mobilité Réduite).
All year round: discovery or rediscovery of disabled sailing in mixed and autonomous.
Initiation and progression courses during school vacations.
Contact: +33 6 85 11 59 13

Handisport 13

Handisport 13 brings together 36 clubs for different sporting practices and handisport sections.
It welcomes people with motor, hearing and/or visual disabilities to facilitate, supervise and promote the practice of physical and sporting activities for leisure or competition.
Contact: +33 4 13 31 68 62 / +33 6 60 73 89 38