At the foot of Cathédrale de la Major and under its high vaulted ceilings, Les Halles de la Major extends the neighbourhood’s tradition of cultural vibrancy and picturesque yet unconventional charm.

Walking along the footpath from the Old Port of Marseille to Fort Saint Jean and MuCEM, you will find Les Halles de la Major, in a truly unique location between the sea and captivating offbeat neighbourhoods.

Stop in for a scrumptous break at Les Halles de la Major:

The perfect way to crown a walk

for food-lover’s and gourmet aficionados!


Located between the Panier District, abounding in secret charms and back lanes, perfect for slow lingering walks, and the Docks, featuring striking views of the sea and stately ferries headed for Corsica and the Mediterranean, and the new urban centre “Euroméditerranée / Joliette District”, this unique venue is the crossroads for all those who delight in culture and foods, in a splendid architectural setting looking out upon the sea.

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In the vicinity of Les Halles de la Major, you will find:

  • The Old Port and Fort Saint Jean
  • The MuCEM Museum, the J4 Esplanade and Villa Méditerranée
  • The Regards de Provence Museum
  • The Panier District, home to La Vieille Charité
  • Cathédrale de la Major, which rises above Les Halles de la Major
  • Les Docks de Marseille District
  • The Euromediterranée (Les Docks de Marseille, Les Terrasses du Port…)