The Old Port of Marseille French: Vieux-Port de Marseille is toward the finish of the Canebière, the significant road of Marseille. It has been the common harbor of the city since relic and is currently the fundamental prevalent place in Marseille. It turned out to be primarily passerby in 2013.
In 600, Greek pioneers from Phocaea arrived in the Lacydon, a rough Mediterranean inlet, now the site of the Old Port of Marseille. They set up an exchanging post or emporion in the slopes on the northern shore. Until the nineteenth century the Old Port remained the focal point of oceanic movement in Marseille.