Bordering the left bank side of the river, the town of Asnières-sur-Seine is located in the northwest suburbs of the capital, thus benefiting from a strategic location.

Rich of an architectural heritage spanning the ages, Asnières-sur-Seine is full of monuments and places that bear witness to the city’s prosperous past: from the Neolithic era, with its menhir located in the Square du Maréchal Leclerc, to the 18th century with its castle, emblem of the city, and also masterpieces from the Art Nouveau era with the house of Monsieur Vuitton or from the Art Deco era with the facade of the Main Post Office.

Its inner city around the train station remains the most sought-after district for its accessibility, its shops and its charm, while the west of the city hosts beautiful bourgeois residences from the beginning of the 20th century which are the most popular.

In terms of transport, the city is one of the most accessible of the inner suburbs, with a metro line (and soon an additional line as part of the Grand Paris Express) as well as two train lines connecting Saint-Lazare station in 7 minutes from downtown.

A small particularity has made it famous: the first cemetery of the modern era intended for pets, inaugurated in 1900, located in Robinson Park which runs along the banks of the Seine. Another green space of interest is the Square Leclerc located behind the Town Hall.

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Nestled on the Côte Bleue, the charming district of Carry-le-Rouet is a true pearl of the Mediterranean. Renowned for its picturesque landscapes and authentic atmosphere, Carry-le-Rouet offers an idyllic setting for sea and nature lovers.

This coastal district is famous for its crystal-clear waters and wild coves. Diving enthusiasts will be delighted by the seabed’s rich biodiversity. Hiking trails also offer superb sea views, inviting walkers to explore the region’s unspoilt natural beauty.

Narrow streets lined with colorful houses and lively squares filled with cafés and restaurants are brimming with charm. The shaded terraces offer a breathtaking view of the picturesque port, where fishing boats and pleasure craft sway to the rhythm of the waves.

An enchanting Mediterranean atmosphere.


Situated between the sea and the hinterland of Provence, Allauch is a Provencal village full of history.

Just ten kilometers from Marseille, Allauch is the perfect place to enjoy both the sea and nature. A gateway to Marcel Pagnol’s hills, Allauch is particularly appealing thanks to its well-preserved Provencal traditions.

Home to the Bastide Neuve, the famous house where Marcel Pagnol used to spend his vacations, Allauch is also home to most of the remarkable peaks of the Pagnol hills, as well as a number of caves. Allauch is also home to the Parc Départemental de Pichauris, from which many of the hillside walks start.

Above the village is the Notre-Dame du Château chapel, which can be reached on foot. Its forecourt offers a breathtaking view of Marseille, dominated by the famous “Bonne Mère” (Good Mother), in some ways considered its big sister.

Allauch is an ideal setting for families looking to recharge their batteries.