Stayed in La Ciotat with my family, this was the best calanque to visit locally. Beautiful views, shade, calm water. Restaurant on site was expensive but cafe worth the money. Absolutely go if in the area
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We've been here twice this summer, on both occasions we had a lovely meal from their set menu. The restaurant declared independence from France in 1956 and you can pay for your meal in the local currency, which is figs. If you can carry enough...More
Starting with a sarcastic comment from the barman by way of greeting to a very overpriced and underwhelming meal, this restaurant is best avoided. The view is lovely but they have a captive audience being the only ones on the steps down to a tiny...More
We spent some time around the area of Mugel and Figuerolles. We stopped at the restaurant for lunch not having booked and were sat at a table outside. The best feature is the view. As far as the food is concerned, we were slightly disappointed....More
A place to have all of the above breakfast lunch aperitif or dinner .very friendly and zen atmosphere with cost for every pocket
First, the good news: the restaurant (which I knew as Chez Tania more years ago than I care to remember) is still where it was, its toes dangling in the Calanque de Figuerolles, a tiny turquoise creek on the Provençal Mediterranean. This is one of...More
This is absolutely a highlight of the trip! Away from everything, completely remote. The view is to the beach and rocks, which is calm and silent in the night. The food is the best in that area.