Calanques Sauvages

The Calanques are a unique wild and preserved site in Europe and one of the most visited sites in the PACA Region and France with around two million visitors each year. Discover this unique heritage near the second French city: Marseille. The Calanques are a mountain range that borders the Mediterranean Sea extending some 20 kilometers long and 4 kilometres wide between Marseille, Cassis and La Ciotat. The formation of these creeks is due to the exploitation of the sea geological faults in the limestone. Among the Creeks wild, there are those of the Côte Bleue in the west of Marseille smaller and less spectacular than the Massif des Calanques of Marseille. It is possible to explore the Calanques on foot along one of the many hiking trails, which are sometimes twisted or by taking the boat to find out from the sea, the whole massif. Departures of the the boat trips are organized from the Vieux-Port in Marseille and the city of Cassis.

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