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Situated in the sun-soaked French region of Provence, Vitrolles is the ideal place for a relaxing escape. Mixing the allure of the beach with the sophistication of nearby Marseille, Vitrolles hotels will suit all kinds of travellers. Whatever your plans, the finest accommodation in Vitrolles can be easily booked using the search engine. Scroll through the many excellent hotels in Vitrolles, checking out reviews and photographs of their rooms as you go. Call up detailed local maps to make sure that your favourite place is in the ideal spot, or call up our multi-lingual team to find out whatever information you require. Book early with to secure the best possible rooms in Vitrolles at discount prices. With every piece of information you need is at your fingertips.

What's Vitrolles Like?

Above all else, Vitrolles is sunny. Between April and September, Provence receives plenty of sunshine, meaning that local beaches like Sausset-les-Pins or Carry-le-Rouet are always enticing. Vitrolles itself is a relaxed suburb of Marseille and Aix-le-Provence, which is conveniently located for Marseille International Airport. The town has plenty of historical buildings, most notably the spectacular Sarrasine Tower. In nearby Aix, visitors can discover one of France's great historical sites. With its broad avenues and gorgeous fountains. Almost as close is Marseille. Head to the Stade Velodrome to see some Champions League football, visit the Mediterranean Museum or the city's famous Jazz Festival (held every July). Nature is another major attraction of Vitrolles, with the Camargue National Park right next door. The pure blue waters of the Mediterranean also offer sailing, water sports and fishing opportunities, while the excellent Golf Club D'aix Marseille is close by as well.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Vitrolles

Provence is famously hospitable, and locals will be only too happy to share their culture and lifestyle. Don't miss out on Provencal cooking. The region is famous for its fish stews (bouillabaisse), vegetable ratatouille and beef stews, as well as the aperitif pastis. Another tip is to avoid tourist traps. Some beaches can become cramped in high season, but locals prefer sites like Borély Beach in Marseille. A ferry trip to the Frioul Islands also opens up some stunning and secluded beaches for exploration. Outdoor enthusiasts should also arrange a trip to the breath-taking Gorges du Verdon, the world's second longest canyon. For bird lovers, the extraordinary richness of the Camargue wetlands is another local treat. So book with, and these local attractions will be on your doorstep.