4 Hours in Cassis, France: Top things to do in this coastal village of Provence. There are fine restaurants with authentic Provencal dishes, a renowned parfumerie, historic buildings, and more to see as you stroll the narrow cobblestone streets of the village and along the port with majestic Cap Canaille, one of the largest sea cliffs in Europe rarely out of sight.
Calanque de Port Pin, between Cassis and Marseille. The best part about hiking in the Calanques is experiencing a few joyful moments of the “South of France lifestyle:” The little sea-breeze that comes, taking a rest under the pine trees, and listening to the cicadas... http://www.visiontimes.com/2015/02/12/my-top-5-natural-landmarks-to-explore-in-the-south-of-france.html
Les Calanques - The south of France is not always overcrowded and expensive. Close to Marseille you can find these hidden bays, which allow visitors a secret slice of paradise surrounded by crystal clear waters. Want to discover more hidden gems in Europe?? All of them can be found on www.mapiac.com