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Les Calanques

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Linda & Joakim
Linda & Joakim
April 15, 2018
Beautiful formation/fjords just outside of Marseilles. According to Joakim's parents who live in Cannes this place is well worth seeing.
Arlette
Arlette
March 7, 2018
Les Calanques is a must see if you are staying in the Provence region. And the waters are quite fresh, even in the peak of summer as there are some natural sources of fresh water. With crystal blue waters and iconic scenes, you can't miss les calanques. It is quite popular in the summer so turn up…
Corinne
Corinne
September 29, 2016
A National Park next to the city. You can even go by bus. Choose bus 20 from Castellane to Luminy - best for stunning views of the Calanques or 19 to Pointe Rouge and change to 20 for Callelongue - best to be as close to sea as possible - warning: this route is more touristy
Paola
Paola
August 4, 2016
Ideal for walk and swim! It takes a few hill walks and rocky scrambles, but your reward is staggering scenery, rare flora and fauna and a cool, refreshing dip in some of Europe’s prettiest waters.
Quentin
Quentin
May 25, 2016
To hike, dive and swim in paradise.

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Τοποθεσία
Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 13009