Tourists can enjoy many activities in the Calanques National Natural Park.
The En-Vau Creek is the meeting place for kayakers. It is certainly the most grandiose with its cliffs framing the transparent water. After paddling for almost an hour in a sea kayak, visitors will go through the rock walls for an amazing experience. The place is also appreciated by climbing enthusiasts, who can discover a magnificent view of the Mediterranean.
The widest creek of the park, Sormiou, is a paradise for scuba diving enthusiasts. The Capelin Cave, located at the level of the spout of Sormiou, is accessible on foot, with safety equipment. Visitors can also swim there. It also has an underwater entrance. Divers will also be able to discover the coral cave of Sormiou. In the summer, it is the only cove to be supervised by lifeguards.
A hike in the Morgiou creek is the ideal way to discover these charming fishing villages made of huts sheltered by the surrounding cliffs. During this walk, dive in the calm waters of the Mediterranean sea to visit the famous blue cave. The most courageous will discover this semi-submerged cave. You can easily swim there. It is the largest creek in the Marseille-Cassis area.
The Port-Pin creek is the perfect place for a quiet swim in the turquoise water. In summer, tourists can relax under the Aleppo pines surrounding the creek. To access this beach of fine sand and pebbles, from Port-Miou follow a rocky path that can be slippery.
The easiest way to admire all the Calanques without getting tired is to go on a boat trip. The main advantage is that these cruises are not subject to the seasonal restrictions of access to the massifs that prevent the risk of fire. Several tours are offered by the different companies, some of them including time to go for a swim in a small corner of paradise.