Australian founder of Haulier, Jeremy Hershan draws inspiration to create sustainable timeless pieces from the devotion to craftsmanship found in Europe.
Historic townLe Panier, 13002 Marseille
Vallon des Auffes
BayVallon des Auffes, 13007 Marseille
"There's another little historical port which is gorgeous, called Vallon des Auffes, and it's a tiny fishing village, a stone's throw away from the beach. You can wander from the beach to this fishing village that overlooks the sea. It's lined with little restaurants and cafés, so that's an incredible place to sit, relax and observe."
NeighbourhoodNoailles, 13001 Marseille
Apartment building280 Bd Michelet, 13008 Marseille, France
"If you're a fan of architecture, it's a great day trip to visit Le Corbusier's ‘Cité Radieuse’, built in the late 40s — a UNESCO World Heritage Site and architectural masterpiece. You can wander around inside, and some of the inhabitants will let you have a look at the apartment, so it's worth a visit. You can access the rooftop, which was an old school that's now converted into a museum, and it has the most incredible 360-degree views."
Italian restaurant43 Rue Lorette, 13002 Marseille, France
"There's an incredible old pizzeria that I'd take anyone to. It's called Chez Etienne, a Sicilian pizza restaurant. It's like a time warp. It looks like it’s still in the 1940s with wood paneling, and there are basically only two types of pizzas to order there — one is with cheese and one with anchovies. It's a pizza purist heaven, and it's a lot of fun."
Homewares store4 Rue des Récolettes, 13001 Marseille, France
"Maison Empereur is [France’s] oldest family-run hardware store, a treasure trove of cookware, DIY hardware, and utilitarian products, all made in France. It’s totally unique. It's this sprawling, multi-level old hardware store where locals and tourists are shopping. You have to go to Maison Empereur even if it's just to wander around."