Numbers are limited to eight on this small-group tour ensuring you’ll see everything with personalized attention from your guide.
- Half-day tour of Marseille and Cassis with an expert local guide
- Travel along the scenic Corniche des Crêtes, soaking up coastal views of the Côte d'Azur
- Admire panoramic views of the Gulf of Cassis from Cape Canailles
- Enjoy a boat tour to see the Cassis calanques, known as the 'fjords of the French Riviera'
- See top Marseille attractions like Notre-Dame de la Garde on a city sightseeing tour
- Small-group tour with a maximum of eight people ensures a more personalized experience
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What You Can Expect
Head down the hills and stop in Cassis to walk around its pretty harbor, lined with colorful houses that typify the fishing villages of Provence. Hop aboard a sightseeing boat and cruise out of the harbor to see three of the region’s spectacular calanques – a series of striking limestone rock formations that comprise the so-called ‘fjords of the French Riviera’ along the coastline.
After spending roughly 45 minutes on the water, head back to Marseille by minivan and finish your day with a relaxing sightseeing tour. Stop to marvel at the Neo-Byzantine architecture of Marseille’s Notre-Dame de la Garde church, and enjoy breathtaking views across the sea toward Château d’If – the fortress featured in Alexander Dumas’ novel The Count of Monte Cristo. Pass the 11th-century Abbey of Saint Victor and then end your tour back at Marseille Vieux Port in the evening.
We did more than I thought we would, the tour of Marseille was nice and the cruise was spectacular. Even got a free hour in Cassis to explore.
Beautiful scenery and a lovely guide. Weather did not permit us to cruise out to Calanques so we were fortunate to tour the Bodin winery for tasting. I purchased a few delicious wines and brought one home to the US for a treat. Go see the churches of Marseille and drive along the Mediterainean Sea. The color is aqua sometimes.