Massif des Calanques

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The Massif des Calanques stretches almost 20km between Marseille and Cassis. This range is made up of a craggy, dazzling white limestone landscape. Its outstanding charm can be ascribed to its creeks, deeply chiselled into the coast. Some are easily accessible by car, while others can only be reached on foot. Those that are not to be missed are the calanques of Morgiou and Sugiton towards Marseille, En-Vau near Cassis, and Sormiou and Port-Pin. Since 2012, the Calanques have been a designated a National Park: the only one to have an outer-urban location and combine both land and sea.

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Morgiou Creek
Morgiou Creek
This calanque offers a wild setting with
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Sugiton
Sugiton
This little creek with turquoise waters
4:00
Sormiou Creek
Sormiou Creek
Numerous cabanons (small stone
0:30
En Vau Creek
En Vau Creek
With its vertical walls and emerald
4:00
Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC)
Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC)
Structured movements such as Arte Povera
1:00
Le Corbusier's Cité Radieuse
Le Corbusier's Cité Radieuse
The Cité Radieuse (also known as "Maison
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Morgiou Creek
Morgiou Creek
This calanque offers a wild setting with
4:00
Sugiton
Sugiton
This little creek with turquoise waters
4:00
Sormiou Creek
Sormiou Creek
Numerous cabanons (small stone
0:30
See all