On the foothills of the Étoile massif, crossed by the Jarret river, Plan-de-Cuques is a hilly and wooded commune bordering Allauch and located to the north-east of Marseille.

Spread over 850 hectares at the foot of the Garlaban hills, Plan-de-Cuques is divided into a village heart and several neighborhoods. It is a small, calm and welcoming town, proud of its village identity, where the inhabitants, who are very close-knit, remain attached to the traditions of Provence.

Attractive because of its quality of life, its green spaces and its dynamic associative fabric, it is well served by transportation since two bus lines cross it, allowing to join the line 1 of the Marseille metro at the La Rose station.

The main street offers a profusion of local shops on both sides. But the city remains essentially residential, and attracts families whose children have the opportunity to attend school from kindergarten to college. There are houses with Provençal lines or more contemporary villas, with gardens and swimming pools, and often beautiful grounds.


Located in the south-east of the Bouches du Rhône department, the city of Aubagne benefits from a privileged situation due to its proximity to Marseille but also between the sea and the mountains.

Framed by the Garlaban, Sainte-Baume and Douard massifs, these lands, crisscrossed by hiking trails and celebrated by Marcel Pagnol, smell of Provence.

Aubagne, the capital of santons, has something to seduce you with its typically Mediterranean decor. The stone houses and old buildings shelter colorful narrow streets and shady squares.

The agglomeration community, concerned about the well-being of its inhabitants and in an ecological and social approach, has introduced free public transportation. It also organizes numerous cultural events, fairs and markets that punctuate the seasons and maintain Aubagne’s charm!