10 Top Coworking Spaces in the South of France

The south of France has lots of stylish coworking places, like ATWORK in Cannes | © ATWORK
The south of France has lots of stylish coworking places, like ATWORK in Cannes | © ATWORK
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21 September 2017

People who live in or travel to the South of France don’t just get to relax and play all day every day; they need to work too. Here are 10 of the most stylish coworking places in the region that offer everything from shared spaces, trendy cafés, meeting rooms, and even labs to help workers make their creative products.

Make It Marseille—Marseille

This is a place for the more creative minds as people can actually make products at Make It Marseille It has machinery, workshops, a small factory, a photo studio, and shared coworking spaces. It’s also a place where people can get training to help realise their creative entrepreneurial ideas. It’s reasonably central too.

Smack Coworking has a meet-up café where people can chat, eat, drink, and share ideas. Spread over three floors, Smack also has three open spaces to work in as well as 50 offices, two meeting rooms, and a 40-seat conference room. It also has a stylish roof terrace. They offer passes by the hour or the month.

I LOV'IT WORKLABS—Marseille

Shopping Mall
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This environmentally-friendly space offers private offices, shared coworking spaces, and meeting rooms. For a monthly fee, I LOV’IT also allows people to use their address as their company’s address. Located in the achingly hip new neighbourhood of La Joliette, it’s near the chic new shopping mall, Terrasses du Port.

The Workhouse Café—Nice

Cafe, Coffee Shop, French, European, Vegetarian, Vegan
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The terrace | © Courtesy of Workhouse Café
The terrace | © Workhouse Café
The Workhouse Café has room for 32 independent workers and offers yummy food. With two meeting rooms and scanners and printers for those who need them, workers can pay by the hour (€5 ($5.96)), by the day (€30 ($35.75)) or by the month (€350 ($416.97)). Among the benefits that monthly members enjoy include privileged access to the roof and the ability to reserve workspaces.

Le Loft—Marseille

Le Loft is located in Marseille’s ‘Vieux Port’ area and is incredibly central. It’s also one of the few coworking spaces that is open 24 hours. It only offers monthly memberships, but it does have a free trial period and members have access to shared offices, a fitted kitchen, table football, and unlimited coffee and cakes.

Anticafé—Aix-en-Provence