Discovering the sites and monuments of La Ciotat

The streets of La Ciotat are home to numerous chapels with beautiful stone facades in memory of the Black Penitents and the Blue Penitents. Relive the history of these brotherhoods during your visit to La Ciotat. The opportunity also to discover the Eden Théâtre, renowned for being the oldest cinema in the world still in operation.
When the Confraternity of Saint Anne moved into the Chapel, the Black Penitents moved in a few metres away.
  • Religious patrimony :
    • Chapel
Historic site and monument
The Éden Théâtre, the oldest cinema in the world still in operation, is located in La Ciotat.
Historic site and monument
This chapel, 32 metres long and 6 metres wide, was during the Revolution the headquarters of the Club des Antipolitiques, a popular society recognised...
  • Religious patrimony :
    • Chapel
The association Les Amis du Vieux La Ciotat, which manages this museum, has preserved the memories of the past to present them to the public.
  • Cultural leisure facilities :
    • Exhibition space
  • themes :
    • History
    • Prehistoric
    • Maritime history
The beautiful stone façade of the chapel with its characteristic Counter-Reformation pediment can be seen from the completely renovated Place ...
  • Religious patrimony :
    • Chapel
Historic site and monument
The Notre Dame de la Garde Chapel was built by the Pénitents Bleus brotherhood and dedicated to the Immaculate Conception.
  • Religious patrimony :
    • Chapel
Historic site and monument
This chapel, also called the Chapel of Notre Dame de Grâce, is a model of Counter-Reformation architecture.
  • Religious patrimony :
    • Chapel