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Taste the navett cookiesin Marseille, France

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Navette is a traditional cookie in the shape of a boat, which is baked in the oldest bakery of Marseilles - the Four des Navettes.
How to taste the navett cookies in Marseille
Boats-cookies is made in this form as the symbol of shuttles sailed to the shores of Marseilles with Mary Magdalene and other saints on a board.

How to do?

1. Go to the Four des Navettes bakery- the oldest one in the city.
2. Order famous cookies and a cup of fragrant coffee and dump into the historical past of the city.

Where to do?

#4Four des Navettes bakery in MarseilleFour des Navettes bakery

The oldest bakery in Marseilles that is famous for traditional Provence busсits called navett which are baking in the shape of boats.

Location: Saint Street 136
Open hours: From Monday to Saturday from 07:00 am to 20:00 pm, and on Sundays from 09:00 am to 15:00 pm and from 16:00 am to 19:00 pm.
Official website: https://www.fourdesnavettes.com

How much?

One cookie costs €3.

Tips and hints

These dry cookies can't become overdue: you can buy them as the souvenirs :-)

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