Exceptional with their wild, well-preserved character and listed as a National Park, the Calanques stretch for twenty kilometres from Marseille to Cassis, a former fishing port renowned for its fruity white wine. The rocky massif, a dazzling white limestone that is sprinkled with garrigue, ends in cliffs in the azure waters of the Mediterranean. Many hiking trails allow you to explore this timeless site. In particular, take the GR 98-51, which connects Marseille to Cassis. For a professional guide, contact the Bureau des Guides des Calanques.