Just a half hour from Marseille, as much for the quaintness of its streets and surroundings the fishing village of Les Goudes is worth a visit for the local gastronomy, based on the bounty freshly hauled from the sea. One of its top culinary offerings is the Gran Bar des Goudes on Avenue Derie Pellaprat (just head down to the fishing port and look for the tan-umbrella-shaded terrace overlooking the boats bobbing below, inviting you to come and stay for the sunset). Here you can enjoy a scrumptious typical Marseille bouillabaisse (fish stew), with up to six local species, served with grilled slices of bread. Grilled fish is another highly recommended house specialty.
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