What is a "calanque"? A steep-walled inlet, cove, or bay that is developed in limestone, dolomite, or other carbonate strata and found along the Mediterranean coast, apparently. Or, it's simply a natural park full of wonder that sits in and around Marseille, our happy home in the south of France.
When summer hits (assuming it hasn't been so dry as to close the calanques), we hit the trail in search of natural beauty, adventure, and fun time with family and friends. This summer we've made every effort to get an early start, visiting everything from the peak of Marseilleveyre to the fun calanque de Morgiou to the crystal clear teal blue oasis of En Veau.
|A perfect way to spend a day with friends.|
|Start young, love the trails forever!|
|Calanque d'En Veau - love this place!|
|Cliff jumping from 7m|
|With water that inviting, one can't help but jump in!|
|Hitting the trail as a family.|
|You can hike to the inlets or come by boat.|
|Calanque de Morgiou|