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Reviewed 16 July 2017

I took advice about the Calanques ands advised by a local to do it by bike and in the morning. This was definitely the way to go.

Electric bikes are necessary because some of the inclines are steep but completely worth it and the physical aspect of the inlets is magnificent.

Bruno was an excellent guide and I would do this tour again if I had the chance.

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Reviewed 13 June 2017 via mobile

Very beautiful hidden gem close to Marseille. The hike is rough though and I would recommend to leave early on in the day/take sufficient water. We took the red path on the way to Morgiou and the dotted blue path on the way back (which we would recommend).

Thank Margot H
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Reviewed 10 June 2017

Calanque de Morgiou or creek is located near Marseille and is a very natural neautiful attraction to visit off the beaten path.

Thank chickandbeast
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Reviewed 21 May 2017

Worth a visit but make sure you have a car. Definitely better in a road trip as the journey to the calanque is as beautiful as the destination. If you are going to the restaurant, make sure you have cash as they dnt take credit cards.

Thank Ska2607
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Reviewed 29 December 2016

This is the end of the National park. There is a small fish village and a hiking trail leading tourists up to the very top of the mountain. Since it was almost sunset, instead of hiking, we just stood at the sea shore to watch the sun going down. We have this beautiful and vivid colorful sunset in this calanque imprinted in our memory.

Thank dominique_hwang
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