Guided tours in La Ciotat

A good guide makes a good trip! This is why the guided tours "The Visible is Invisible" are presented by three guides sorted on the shutter. To visit otherwise, to be guided by his gaze and let himself be trained in another atmosphere.
We propose to visit Aix-en-Provence the historical capital of Provence, to visit Marseille the oldest city in France, to visit Avignon the city of the popes, to visit Toulon the secret or to visit La Ciotat an inventive city. Visiting them with us is seeing the city differently and life too. We will take the time for about two hours to make you look up and discover the unseen: those details before which we pass without seeing them. It is these details that allow us to tell the story and the stories of the city and see it with a new eye.
You will be able to discover or rediscover the cities of Provence in our company and we will be happy to discuss with you the courses we propose or to create customized if possible.
Provence is multiple and each city has its own face far away from the clichés that stick to the skin. Do not hesitate to follow us on the paths of the unseen.

La Ciotat

When we visit La Ciotat one expects to hear about the shipyards and it is normal that they are part of the life of the city for over 600 years. In fact the cranes are always part of the scenery.

But visiting La Ciotat is also interested in the inventions that were born there, the artists who have passed it. The Ciotat cannot be dissociated from the invention of cinema. Visiting La Ciotat is also to linger in the small streets of its old centre on a rich and unknown heritage, traces of religious buildings, private hotels and oratories. But it is also reminiscent of 1720 and the plague of Marseille of which La Ciotat and its wives were the heroines.

Private visits by appointment by email or by phone. Rate on request.

La Ciotat

When we visit La Ciotat one expects to hear about the shipyards and it is normal that they are part of the life of the city for over 600 years. In fact the cranes are always part of the scenery.

But visiting La Ciotat is also interested in the inventions that were born there, the artists who have passed it. The Ciotat cannot be dissociated from the invention of cinema. Visiting La Ciotat is also to linger in the small streets of its old centre on a rich and unknown heritage, traces of religious buildings, private hotels and oratories. But it is also reminiscent of 1720 and the plague of Marseille of which La Ciotat and its wives were the heroines.

Private visits by appointment by email or by phone. Rate on request.