Something of a local institution, this pizzeria's pleasant decor, great food, reasonable prices and a relaxed atmosphere have made it one of the ... More
Something of a local institution, this pizzeria's pleasant decor, great food, reasonable prices and a relaxed atmosphere have made it one of the town's favourite eateries. The dining area is spread over two floors (with an attractive mezzanine), and there's also a terrace. The restaurant seats almost 400, and while it gets pretty noisy, the pizzas are always good - no matter what time of day. Spaghetti and fresh pasta is also available.
Opposite the flower market (on Allees de la Liberte Charles de Gaulle), this restaurant, sporting two grinning green octopuses, serves
oysters, shellfish and other seafood. Since 1920, this restaurant has been a hot favourite with locals and tourists. Here, ...
Opened in 1952, Musee de la Castre truly strives to promote art. Its collections reflect the interests of 19th century
Musee de la Castre, ethnographers, antiques enthusiasts and art lovers. You'll find an impressive collection of Mediterranean artifacts from ...
Named after the famous Italian volcano, this restaurant is located between two prestigious hotels: the Carlton and the Martinez. Its
cuisine is bursting with Italian flavours. Start with Antipasti (similar to French hors d'oeuvres), consisting of cold meats, peppers ...