A calanque is a steep-walled inlet, cove, or bay that is developed
in limestone,dolomite, or other carbonate strata and found along
the Mediterranean coast.
From the top of its 405 metres, the Cap Canaille is the highest sea cliff of Europe
and dominates the bay of Cassis. Also, the Calanques from Cassis to Marseille will offer you a breathtaking view over an eroded landscape and its coves of sand
(Sormiou, Morgiou, En-Vau, Sugiton, Port-Miou, Port-Pin et l’Oule).
Recognized for its delicious pasta, meat and wood-fired pizzas, this Italian restaurant prepares your food in front of you. You can eat your food on the spot or just take it home to enjoy it.La Stazione, 39, Rue Victor Hugo, Cassis.
D’une Rive à l’Autre
Close to the harbor, between two typical streets, this restaurant offers a subtly spicy Lebanese cuisine. Refined mezze, kebabs marinated, simmered dishes and pastries will delight your taste buds.D’une Rive à l’Autre, 9, Rue Pasteur, Cassis.
Château de Fontblanche
Behind this contemporary line, lies a century of experience, tradition and passion.Château de Fontblanche, Route de Carnoux.