Campagne Pastré is a huge park including two parts: the bottom one is more classical with walkways and fountains, the top one is much more natural with a forest that gets lost in the calanques.
It is this last one that interests us, with its maze of paths to walk along sheltered by the trees, playing with the little sream, going up to the terraces, walking on the sand, lying in the tall grass... A little paradise on the outskirts of the city, surprisingly little crowded.
To get there, you can cross the Montredon Park (also called Pastré Park), or take the Grotte Roland avenue a little further on. This most eccentric part is at the foot of the Marseilleveyre summit and according to the paths, you will constantly be along park or calanques. Although the calanques have now also become a park!