Marseille Apartments and Housing (NO SPAM)


Located on the Mediterranean coast, Marseille is France's second largest city after Paris. It was originally founded by the Greeks in 600 B.C. and has been a major economic hub ever since due to its deep water port and strategic location.

The city has always been at the forefront of art and human rights movements, with many artists living there as well as being home to controversial activist groups like Greenpeace (which was founded in 1972). Marseille has some of France’s best beaches—including Le Grand Bleu where you can swim with dolphins! As far as housing options go: apartments tend to be relatively affordable compared to other areas along this stretch of coastline but prices vary depending on where you live within town limits; though expect more expensive homes near coastal areas like La Ciotat where there are fewer mountains blocking views outwards towards other countries like Italy or Spain across the sea.

Marseille is famous for being one of the most diverse cities in Europe and has a large Muslim population thanks to its proximity to North Africa; this means that you can find all sorts of ethnic foods here as well as great opportunities if you're interested in learning Arabic, Berber, or other languages spoken by immigrants.

The city is also known for its beautiful architecture, with many houses dating back to the 19th century when it was still part of Italy. Marseille has two ports: one in Le Pharo (which is where ferries from Toulon arrive) and another just outside town called Port Saint-Charles that handles commercial traffic like container ships. You'll also find plenty of art galleries, theaters and other cultural attractions throughout this historic medieval town!

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