If you happen to be in Marseille wake up in the morning and take the bus 19 or 83 it will put you right in front of parc borely where you can do a perfect morning jog and see the beautiful gardens there. Do it...More
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This park some way from the city centre (go by bus) contains a lovely 18th century stately home with lovely rooms, decoration and furniture. There is a cafeteria.
A lovely park with open spaces and fantastic views of Marseille. Would highly recommend as the scenery is amazing!
We visited after going to the museum and went for a quick stroll around the park. As we visited after a few days of rain, many of the paths were very waterlogged and in some cases totally flooded but you could still mostly get around....More
Beautifully designed. There is a botanical garden and a museum in the park too! Great place for relax / picnic / exercise / fishing / watching the small cute animals, etc.!
One of my favourite open spaces in Marseille .Always a hit with kids.Lots of activities for young children with a carousel at the entrance and another children's ride in the centre of the park. There are several places to rent pedal powered vehicles of all...More
Nothing special but nice for a wee walk around. The Chateau is pretty but closed when we were there. Get of the bus at Parc Borley and go for a wonder before heading down to the beach.
Interesting history, beautiful park that was once the estate of its namesake. Lots of families with little kids playing.
We went here after a day at the beach, which is in walking distance from the park. Parc Borely is very spacious and it was a delight to walk there. The fountains and the manor are beautiful. There is a botanical garden and a lake....More