This restaurant on the Corniche Kennedy, away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre is often frequented by well-known artistes and singers. It ... More
This restaurant on the Corniche Kennedy, away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre is often frequented by well-known artistes and singers. It is extremely famous for its bouillabaisse, or fish soup. The menu is fairly limited, but the seafood here is extremely fresh. The seafood gratin, sole meunière and flambeed sea bass with fennel are all excellent. You will receive a warm welcome, after which you will be able to sit and enjoy a beautiful sea view. It is an experience you will wish could go on forever.
In the twelfth century, the site of Saint Ferreol's church was a Templar command post where the monastico chivalric order
was banned. In 1369 the Augustine monks acquired the Knights' buildings. The current church was consecrated in 1542 and ...
Enter this picturesque courtyard and former fruit and vegetable market, now converted into a beautiful garden. On the strike of
noon, the sun drenched terraces quickly fill up, revealing a pedestrian zone in the heart of the city, dressed ...
In days gone by, the Carre Thiars and the surrounding area was home to most of the city's art galleries,
and artists would gather in this very bar to compare talent and technique. Names such as Seyssaud, Verdilhan, Chabaud, ...