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We took a boat tour around some of the Calanques and it was a big plus,, great scenery and good fun.. younger members walked around part of it but be prepared with good footwear water and sun protection.. they gave a big thumbs up to...More
Apologies to Ratty from “Wind in the Willows”, but a day in the Calanques is unsurpassed. The physical beauty, lovely clear refreshing water, and the passing parade of other boats with human cargo is not to be missed. Add a picnic from the local stores...More
Ticket office for calenque boat tours are just on the quay, and you can get tours for 3. 5, and 8 calanques. I went on the 5 calanque tour which took just over an hour. Nice to see these from the sea and makes a...More
The whole Cote d´Azur is full of beautiful views at rocks along the coast, in Cassis you can go on short boat trip to see so called "calanques"- rocky bays. We took short version, around 45minutes, to see 3 calanques. We were in the group...More
Just sign-up and pay at the dock for the tour you want; board the boat and off you go. There is no need for fancy and expensive tours. We had two hours on the water and traveled to nine Calanques and it was wonderful. Even...More
We jumped on the next boat leaving Cassis and saw three stunning coves, perfect for us as we did t want to jump in and got some great photos. Consider getting your own boat if you have a longer time to enjoy.
Boat tours are usually packed but the one with swimming included isn't (my guess due to safety reasons). You end-up doing 45 minutes visit of 3 different calanques (beautiful) and 45 minutes of swimming in another (beautiful too) place.
The only catch is that you...More
We only used public transport on a weekday so I’m sorry but can’t answer. However when I emailed the tourist office with a question, they were really helpful and got back to me the same day. Their ‘live chat’ is also very... More
We only used public transport on a weekday so I’m sorry but can’t answer. However when I emailed the tourist office with a question, they were really helpful and got back to me the same day. Their ‘live chat’ is also very good, which I used when I contacted them a second time. I’m sure they can help you.
As others have said, there is a kiosk just along from the tourist office, on the right hand side of the harbour as you look out to sea. It is one company and various boat owners seem to work for them. You can choose... More
As others have said, there is a kiosk just along from the tourist office, on the right hand side of the harbour as you look out to sea. It is one company and various boat owners seem to work for them. You can choose excursions of 3, 5, 8 or 9 Calanques. The 3 Calanques is 45 mins, 5 is just over an hour, 8 is 2 hours. The cost for 3 adults and a child for 5 Calanques was about 75 Euros. It opens at 9am and gets busy- you can only buy tickets on the day. When you purchase your ticket, you then return half an hour before you leave to collect the tickets and the quay number. All the boats line up opposite the ticket kiosk, it is a very structured and orderly system. Hope you have a lovely trip!