This green setting in the heart of the town allows young and less young people to rest in the shade of numerous trees and shrubs. A bandstand brings to this place this country side so pleasant on summer evenings.
Many statues referring to famous people, inventions and pages of the history of La Ciotat came to decorate this remarkable site.
A Roman sarcophagus discovered in 1905 in rue du Grand Madier was exposed in the open air for a long time in the Jardin de la Ville before being moved to the Musée Ciotaden.
- Did you know?
The Jardin de la Ville was once a piece of land that served as a laundry drying room and a pasture for the cows of the Hospice Saint Jacques.
- Identity card
- Area: 15,000 square metres
- Main accesses: Boulevard Jean Jaurès & Boulevard Lamartine
- Opening times and hours: All year round. Every day from 7am to 7.30pm (until 9.30pm in July and August).
- Free access