Cathédrale Saint Sauveur
A listed historical monument of France, the cathedral features a richly carved Romanesque portal on its south side and an elaborate 15th-century Gothic portal on the north, including striking door carvings by Jean Guiramand, topped with a 14th-century bell tower. Highlights of the interiors include three distinctly styled naves, a 12th-century cloister, a 5th century polygonal Merovingian baptistery and an 18th-century gilt Baroque organ. Most famous is the iconic triptych 'Mary in the Burning Bush', a 15th century masterpiece painted by Nicholas Froment under commission of King René of Anjou and displayed over the altar.
Tours & Tickets
When your cruise ship docks in Marseille, enjoy a private shore excursion to Aix-en-Provence. Board a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle and enjoy a ... Read more
Duration: 4 hours (approx.)