The calanques

The calanques around Cassis and Marseille are a collection of rock inlets with hidden beaches and bays where the only access is by boat (and despite the number of pennies I have thrown into wishing well I still don't own one) or a more grueling walk in +30 degree heat. Normally the further you have to work the more beautiful and more deserted the calanque. It's one of France's great natural beauties and in the next few years it should be confirmed as one of the worlds protected national parks. Needless to say that hanging out here is quite definitely cool.

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