Between land and sea, discover the Calanques National Park.
An exceptional territory that should be visited without further delay
From €357.50 au lieu de
€715 pour un séjour d'une semaine at the residence Le Cap Azur from 13/06 to 20/06.
The Calanques National Park is located in the heart of the metropolis of Aix-Marseille-Provence Metropolis, in the south of France. It stretches along a massive coastline where the limestone cliffs offer a unique landscape, occasionally giving way to charming creeks and islets. Between raw beauty and intimate landscapes, nature lovers are sure to find what they are looking for! As a bonus, this destination offers a wide range of activities, perfect for holidays.
Ideally located only 20 metres from the beach, this air-conditioned residence opens onto a landscaped patio with a heated outdoor pool. During your stay, you will also have free access to the indoor pool, the gym, the hot-tub, and the sauna.
1-bedroom flat / 4 people 4 guests
T2/4pers 4 guests
Situé à 300 m plage, à proximité des commerces, à 13 km du centre-ville de Martigues, ensemble de mobil-homes neufs à la décoration moderne, dans un environnement encore préservé et sauvage du littoral à l’ombre des pins.
Mobil Home 4 4 guests
Let yourself be charmed by the Calanques National Park
Possible activities in the Calanques National Park
Walks or hikes, climbing or diving, fishing or lazing around, there is something for everyone in the Calanques National Park! Punctuate your holiday however you like, with varied activities, and always in an incredible setting. In fact, during your days out you can discover a mosaic of landscapes that is conducive to escape. The more adventurous will even be able to take on the Fosse de Cassidaigne, the park's underwater canyon, on a scuba dive!
The Calanques National Park: an extremely rich heritage
In addition to its natural heritage, the park offers a very rich cultural heritage, waiting to be discovered during your holidays: local crafts, agriculture, pictorial art, and even rock art! The park is in fact home to a cave with rock paintings dating back some 30,000 years. Dropping to a depth of 37 m, it is now inaccessible, but a museum dedicated to this site will soon be opened in Marseille.
Spend a unique stay in the south of France by visiting the Calanques National Park!