England Club Med – Marseille | Rugby World Cup 2023
4 DAYS | 8th – 11th September 2023
Travel in 5* all-inclusive style aboard the fabulous Club Med 2 across four exclusive days of Rugby World Cup France 2023.
Starting and finishing in Nice, spend three nights off the Côte d’Azur indulging in all-inclusive wonder and basking in the Mediterranean sun.
With four on-board bars, two swimming pools and sauna, the Club Med 2 is for those looking for that bit of luxury at France 2023.
This highly sought-after weekend features four of the game’s biggest names across two days of Rugby World Cup 2023. Marseille hosts the 21:00h England v Argentina clash at Stade Velodrome to start the rugby action. Scotland and South Africa do battle the following afternoon to offer fans the most complete rugby tournament experience.
Take a look at all our offerings to follow England at Rugby World Cup 2023
- Return Club Med 5* cruise from Nice to Marseille
- 3 x nights All-Inclusive stay on the 5-masted sailing ship Club Med 2 (5*)
- Official match tickets for:
England v Argentina
South Africa v Scotland
- Official RWC2023 merchandise
- French-speaking MSG Tour Managers
- 2 x On-board parties
- Unlimited premium beverages (except Champagne) when on board
- Exclusive access to MSG’s pre-game l’apero event
- Travel insurance
- Match Day Transfers
- Comfortable and elegant cabins
- 2 saltwater swimming pools
- Spa, Sauna and Hair salon
- Room service
- 3 restaurants and 4 bars
5* Club Med Full board
£2963pp cat 3 ticket
(Cat 1 and 2 ticket upgrades available on booking form and dashboard)
(based on twin share)
Supplementary costs will apply to single rooms.
Recognised as one of the most beautiful cities in France, Nice – the capital of the Côte d’Azur- is in the French Riviera between the Mediterranean and the Alps.
With 300 days of sunshine on average per year, there is no bad time of the year to visit Nice, a city loved by both tourists and the French alike. Try the Mediterranean gastronomic specialties of Nice, pan bagnat, pissaladière or socca in one of the small restaurants hidden away on the typical narrow streets of the city or on the piazzettas.
With its Italian influences and its famous Promenade des Anglais, the city is full of Mediterranean character. Boasting the success of a UEFA Euro 2016 host, Nice is ready for another international celebration during Rugby World Cup 2023, showing off its new stadium that prides itself on being one of the most environmentally responsible in Europe.
- Promenade des Anglais
- Nice Carnival
- Day trip to Monaco
- Cycling tours
- Musée Matisse
Marseille, France’s main port, is known as the ‘Gateway to the Orient’. This cosmopolitan city, open to the world from its prime position on the Mediterranean Sea, has been an important cultural and commercial crossroads.
Energise whilst there with climb to Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde (‘Good Mother’) which overlooks the city, stroll through the legendary Panier district, or relish a bouillabaisse at the Old Port. Escape the bustle of the city by hiking the trails of the Sormiou or Sugiton calanques, rocky inlets which offer breath-taking views over the sea.
Known for its passion for sport, Marseille welcomes Rugby World Cup 2023 to the Stade Vélodrome, after the successful hosting of the 1998 FIFA World Cup, Rugby World Cup 2007 and UEFA Euro 2016. The undoubted highlight will be Vélodrome’s hosting of two Quarter-Final clashes across the weekend of 14-15 October 2023.
- Cathedrale La Major
- Old Port
- Panier District
- Hiking trails