The famous Calanques of Marseille are limestone formations, mostly cliffs and fjords which have been shaped by the Mediterranean climate along 20km, creating a very dramatic and beautiful coastline.
With acces from Cassis, a lovely town in Provence, you can reach some of the beaches by foot, witness the pine trees that cling on to
the rock and even swim between the cliffs!
The best way to view the Calanques is to take a boat trip with one of the many boats that leave from Cassis Harbour. These boats will give you access to many different calanques and stunning hidden beaches, well worth the trip.
Different boat trips you could take as provided by informationfrance.com:
3 Calanques: 45 minutes (about 10 €) –
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Port Miou, Port Pin, En Vau
5 Calanques: 1hour (about 12
€) – Port Miou, Port Pin, En Vau Loule, Devenson
8 Calanques: 1 hour and a half (about 15 €) – Port Miou, Port Pin, En Vau Loule,
Devenson Oeil de Verre, Sugiton, Morgiou
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References: francethisway.com, informationfrance.com, wikipedia.com