Marseille, France
Best wineries to visit

Popular wineries to visit in Marseille

Château De Sannes
Château De Sannes
Château De Sannes

Château De Sannes

Instant booking
Price: from 15,00 €
1-20
4 /5
(1 reviews)
Domaine Terre De Mistral
Domaine Terre De Mistral
Domaine Terre De Mistral

Domaine Terre De Mistral

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 13,00 €
1-20
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Provence Wine Adventure
Provence Wine Adventure
Provence Wine Adventure

Provence Wine Adventure

Price: from 60,00 €
2-9
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Domaine De La Navicelle
Domaine De La Navicelle
Domaine De La Navicelle

Domaine De La Navicelle

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 15,00 €
2-25
4.5 /5
(2 reviews)
La Cavale
La Cavale
La Cavale

La Cavale

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 12,00 €
2-10
Domaine De La Mongestine
Domaine De La Mongestine
Domaine De La Mongestine

Domaine De La Mongestine

Instant booking Organic Viticulture
Price: from 18,00 €
4-10
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Château De L'escarelle
Château De L'escarelle
Château De L'escarelle

Château De L'escarelle

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 10,00 €
10-20
Le Coam Aix-en-provence
Le Coam Aix-en-provence
Le Coam Aix-en-provence

Le Coam Aix-en-provence

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Price: from 75,00 €
1-20
Domaine La Gayolle
Domaine La Gayolle
Domaine La Gayolle

Domaine La Gayolle

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 10,00 €
10-20
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Marseille is the second-largest city in France and is located along the Mediterranean coast. It’s also home to some world-class wineries and wine producers in France. A great starting point to enjoy some of the best wine tours and tastings in Provence France. Marseille has a rich history, with evidence of human habitation dating back over 6,000 BC. Today, Marseille is home to hundreds of restaurants and bars that serve up French cuisine as well as an assortment of other options for wine lovers looking to visit and explore this cities unique wine culture and other beautiful sights.

 

From dining on local Mediterranean specialties to experiencing spectacular sunsets over the sea or watching the sunset with a glass of wine, there are plenty of experiences waiting to be had in Marseille, France. Winalist is here to help you choose the best wine experiences, such as cellar tours, winemaking tours, historical tours, and more, in Marseille.


Marseille is located in the historical province of Provence in the south of France. Some attractions include famous landmarks such as Stade Velodrome and Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica while others offer more unique experiences like climbing ramparts at Fort Saint Jean or tasting oysters fresh from the ocean at local restaurants.


Marseille wine highlights

  • Coastal wine city located along the Mediterranean.
  • Located in the Provence wine region of Southern France.
  • Offers a variety of historical attractions and things to do for the entire family.


Things to Do & Best Attractions in Marseille, France


Marseille is the second-largest city in France, with a population of over 850,000 people. It's known by visitors for its port, which is one of the biggest in Europe, due to its convenient position along the Mediterranean Sea. The city boasts many tourist attractions like Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica (Notre Dame Church), Port du Prado Museum and Arts Center, Chateau d'If Island Castle Prison and more.


Overall, there are plenty of things to do in Marseille and the Provence France wine regions. A wine tour in Marseille booked through Winalist will make for an unforgettable experience for you, your loved ones, or your family. Simply use our wine experience search tool to input your desired wine-related activity details. Then, you can compare wineries in Marseille on our platform, or other wine-related experiences in Marseille, and book them - all within minutes. Planning a vineyard tour or other related experience in Marseille has never been easier.

What you need to know before visiting Marseille

Which wineries in Marseille are open today? +
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Which wineries accept groups in Marseille? +
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How to Get to Marseille, France? +

Getting to Marseille from Paris takes about an hour-and-a-half flight, which is usually quite affordable. If you drive or take a train, it will generally take you over seven hours. Although a bit lengthy, the drive from Paris is gorgeous—you'll cruise through Burgundy wine country before reaching Provence, where the hills are covered with lavender fields during summer months (and even year round at some places).


Once you've arrived in Provence, we recommend renting a car so that you can get around easily without worrying about driving distances or finding parking spots for your rental car (which can be tricky). Or, simply book convenient wine tours through Winalist that will allow you to thoroughly explore the Provence wine region of France.

Where is Marseille, France located? +

Marseille is in the Provence wine region on the Mediterranean coast of France.


  • Château De Sannes
  • Domaine Terre De Mistral
  • Provence Wine Adventure
  • Villa Baulieu Domaine
  • Domaine De La Navicelle
  • La Cavale
  • Domaine De La Mongestine
  • Château De L'escarelle
  • Le Coam Aix-en-provence
  • Domaine La Gayolle

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