With its ancient alleys, Marseillan, a Mediterranean city, keeps its ancient history from the earliest antiquity. the lagoon, at the entrance to the port, it welcomes the Canal du Midi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site .
To ensure that you do not miss any leisure activities, the travel advisors, all trained in Tourism & Handicaps, offer you all the necessary documentation for a successful holiday.
The Tourist Office is labeled for motor, sensory and mental handicap.
The visit tour is accessible as well as the Noilly Prat House where the reception and the shop are on the ground floor. The visit booklet with adapted drawings will allow you to compose the course of your choice. A subtitled video with audios comments will accompany you throughout your stay.
You benefit from 5 access to the beaches all equipped with faci-roules.
On the beach of honor, the central emergency station welcomes the audio range and tiralos.
The central emergency station is open from mid-June to mid-September +33 (0) 4 67 21 96 41. Emergency Deaf and Hard of Hearing: 114.
Free parking with reserved spaces. Public toilets are automatic and accessible