After a walk in the streets, we went to the museum of Santon, which is showing traditional figurines made in Provence and used for Christmas. We also tasted a specialty: les navettes, biscuits in the shape of boats that were originally created to honor the arrival of the 3 saints of Provence.
For the night, we chose a North African theme. As France is a land of immigration for a lot of North Africans, we explained to them how France once had colonies in Africa and how that history is present in the social landscape in Marseille. We went to a Morrocan restaurant and had couscous for dinner, and to close out the night we had the opportunity to see a show that recreated the central place of Marraccech, with percussions, acrobats, dancers.