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We arrived around lunch time in October. By then, the sun was starting to go behind the hills and things started to get colder. So best to go in the morning. Also, be aware that the walk is not easy. At least a reasonable level...More
Despite the lack of information available on this place we were determined to get there after seeing such astonishing images. After a very eventful day I decided I would leave a much more detailed review on how to get to this particular calanque so that...More
This post is actually not so much about the beach, because that in itself is very small and packed as if a seal colony made its home there, HOWEVER dont let that scare you off. This dream location boast the most amazing swimming, cliff jumping,...More
We left the car on a street for free in Cassis (it is unnamed street between Avenue des Calanques and Avenue Notre Dame - there were many free places on the left side of the street despite we were there in the middle of the...More
A very nice creek. The way to reach is rough though. With our 7 years old son it took us 2 hours to reach by foot. The road down is blocked during the season. We had to park at D559 / Route Gaston Rebuffat and...More
It's true that you won't have the place to yourself and that it is difficult to get to, but sea kayaking to En Vau was one of the highlights of our trip to southern France. It was even more beautiful than the pictures. The beach...More
Finding the path by car till the parking from the military base is quite hard, then get ready to walk, very easy to go there, the return will be harder especially if u stayed there all day...
But once u r there, and u r...More
I was in Marseille for a business trip and took off half a day to visit that famous Calanque (and others).
I rented a scooter in Marseille at "Google for Motoretta Marseille" (45 eur for 24 hours, hint: Go there and Rent the scooter the...More
... too many people. The hiking down there is nice. The paths are made for good shoes because one way is gravel the other way has some small climbs. The calanque itself is beautiful but it is like they have a bus line down there,...More
Response from karinecadg | Reviewed this property |
Hey Belén, I definitely recommend renting a boat. This can t be done once in The Calanque, it has to be rented from Cassis and I would definitely take a boat since the path is somewhat dangerous for toddlers/ small kids.
Response from SilkeB_11 | Reviewed this property |
Für jemanden der noch nie gewandert ist und keine vernünftigen Schuhe hat würde ich den letzten Abstieg von 20 Minuten in die Bucht nicht empfehlen. Es ist sehr geröllig, steil und hat Stellen an den man etwas klettern muss... More
Für jemanden der noch nie gewandert ist und keine vernünftigen Schuhe hat würde ich den letzten Abstieg von 20 Minuten in die Bucht nicht empfehlen. Es ist sehr geröllig, steil und hat Stellen an den man etwas klettern muss oder alternativ sich auf den Hosenboden setzen muss. Schauen Sie sich die Fotos an, die ich extra hochgeladen habe ;-). Lg