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Marseille Airport Transfer

Marseille Airport Transfer

For your transfer from Marseille airport, Ruby Services provides a luxury vehicle with driver. All our drivers are professional and have a good knowledge of Marseille and its surroundings. Ruby Services offers you a high level of comfort in top range vehicles: in the cabin, you'll find elegant design, as well as refreshing towels and bottled water.


Your airport transfer to Marseille

Thanks to our transfer service at Marseille airport, we offer you a personalized welcome as soon as you get off the plane. With our team of professional drivers, you can be assured of reliability and discretion. 

All are bilingual and benefit from a good knowledge of Marseille and the surrounding region.Either for a business trip or for a personal relaxing stay, you can book a private driver, to make your trip easier.There are many small villages to discover around Marseille, including Cassis, La Ciotat, Hyères, Chateauneuf du Pape, and Carpentras.

Whatever the reason for your trip, book your chauffeured limousine at Marseille airport, and we will be delighted to accompany you. Our team is able to organize transfers from Marseille airport to any city on the French Riviera or beyond.

At the end of your stay, Ruby Services will be able to collect you from your hotel, villa, yacht or resort, and take you to Marseilles airport in safety and in comfort.



The transfer service from Marseille-Provence airport is provided by our professional drivers. You can book your airport transfer from Marseille from our luxury fleet of vehicles including Mercedes, Rolls Royce and Range Rover. Choices are available from limousines, SUVs and minivans.


Upon your arrival in Marseille, your driver and car will accompany you wherever your destination. Located a few kilometers from the airport, the city of Marseille is sometimes nicknamed "the city of 111 neighborhoods." The Canebière, the emblematic artery of Marseille, stretches from the Old Port to the Church of the Reformed. It became famous worldwide from the end of the nineteenth century, when foreign sailors stopped in the many cafes and bars of the street, such as the Turkish Café (1850), the Café de France (1854), and the sumptuous Café Rich. Noailles, located just south of La Canebière, is known for its important market, sometimes nicknamed "the belly of Marseille".