1. Marseille: Frioul Islands Cruise with Island Stop
First we will sail around the island of Frioul to contemplate the creeks and turquoise waters. We will then make a stop of about 1 hour so that you can visit the island from the inside and refresh yourself among the restaurants that harmonize the port. Back on board, we will pass by the Château d'If. We will observe this magnificent fortress built by François I between 1528 and 1531 and which was made famous by Alexandre Dumas' novel: The Count of Monte Cristo. During this walk we will see the wonderful Degaby Island. It was given by a rich industrialist from Marseille to his wife Liane Degaby, a great artist of the Belle Epoque. Finally, we will take a break in the picturesque cove of Malmousque on the edge of the Corniche Kennedy, which offers us a superb view.