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13260 Cassis, France
+33 892 39 01 03
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13260 Cassis, France
+33 892 39 01 03
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The Calanques are well worth a visit...go by boat to see as many as you can manage. Possible to trek overland also.

Thank Billabongshade
Reviewed 4 days ago

If you have a group of people (8 or more) contract for a private boat ride out to see these beautiful limestone formations. Water is very clear and cool and you can go for a refreshing swim if you have your own boat.

Thank Herbert B
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were staying in La Ciotat. This is about 30 minutes away from the entrance on D559. After passing through Cassis off of D599 take a left onto an unmarked road. Shortly after you will see signs for Col de la Gardiole. At this point...More

1  Thank AaronZaima
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went for a 30 minute walk from Cassis centre to the first calanque. This is a walk not to be missed. The views when you arrive will never be forgotten. Once you have been there you will always want to return...which we have been...More

Thank Bill H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Look it up online. It's every bit as good as it looks. Take a boat trip and see it from the sea. On a day when the sea is very calm, look over the side of the boat in calanque En cay and watch the...More

Thank StJohn2013
Reviewed 1 week ago

For those who enjoy hiking and swimming around in the sea the Calanques offer the opportunity to do both in the same day. Hike through beautiful scenery to reach the natural beaches and enjoy the surrounding views while you swim in the turquoize water.

Thank Sab-W7
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Here's a quick guide to seeing two of the most accessible Calanques via easy hiking for free! No boat tour necessary! (I had some trouble discerning how to do this, so I thought I'd leave a quick tutorial.) We stayed in Cassis at a rustic...More

4  Thank MDiggity3791
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I stayed in Cassis, France for a couple nights so I took the boat tour from Cassis. You can also take a tour from Marseilles. It's inexpensive and definitely worth it. There are options to visit 3, 5, 8, or 9 calanques. I did the...More

Thank Cindy C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Calanques or creeks near Marseille are accessible by footor by boat and are a very picturesque natural attaraction.

Thank chickandbeast
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Calanques can be visited the hard but virtuous way by walking, or, as we did, by boat. There are boat trips of various lengths (and prices) visiting three, five or eight of the creeks. In each one the sea is a beautiful turquoise colour,...More

2  Thank wendyanddavid536
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We are planing on renting a small boat during our trip in July. Is it possible to moor the boat up anywhere or pull it up onto the beach so we can spend some time on the beach/swim/picnic? Thanks
31 May 2017|
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Response from Martine T | Reviewed this property |
You will find a lot of boats moored in the calanques, and a very small beach. Depending on the size of your boat, I would suggest dropping an anchor close to the beach.
Victoria V
Going to Cassis in early June and was looking for a boat ride or attraction where I will have time to stop and swim/relax on a beach/snorkel. I don't want to rush through the Calanques. Looking for the best way to be immersed in the area. Please help with any advice or recommendations! Thank you!
3 May 2017|
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Response from latreche k | Reviewed this property |
I don't think it's available,me my self asked for that from the office where they sell the tickets in the port and they told me thay i must come back with the boat , even if you pay for the trip but you wanna get there and... More
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We will be in Cassis on March 29, 2017,Wednesday, and would like to take a boat tour to the Calanques. Where do we buy tickets and board? What is the schedule of boat departures and returns? Are there boat tours available in English? Planning to take a train from Marseille to Cassis, explore and take a boat tour to Calanques, then return to Marseilles to reboard cruise ship. Any tips or things I need to know to make this work? Any advice or info is much appreciated!
14 March 2017|
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Response from gardengirlBoston | Reviewed this property |
I found more information if you'd like to leave from Marseille. Croisieres Marseille Calanques offers day trips to the calanques (24 euro/2.5 hours, 30 euro/3.5 hours. Boats depart from northeast and southeast corners of... More