Natural heritage

Plage des Rives d’Or Sausset-les-Pins - a small resort on the Côte Bleue coast -, is part of the "Marine Park": a protected area where fishing and ...
    • Sausset les Pins
  • Pavillon Bleu d'Europe
Sandy beach 150m x 30m composed of natural coves Supervised beach in summer from 13h to 18h45. Two facilities improving the comfort of people with ...
    • Port de Bouc
The Bolmon Pond site is a protected area which is the subject of a ranking inventory at national and European level and allows to discover an ...
Sandy beach unsupervised. Beach of 150m x 25m. Road sign. Swimming allowed. Parking area near the beach, no charge. Bar-restaurant, trash. Access for ...
Beach of 100m x 5m. Nature of the soil: sand. Dogs accepted. No parking nearby. Beach cleaning and ulva collection from June 15th to September ...
Rocky beaches. Road sign. Parking area near the beach, furnished and not paying. On-site water activities: scuba diving. No disabled access. Dogs ...
    • Sausset les Pins
Coastline Marine Park
The Blue Coast offers a few kilometers from Marseille, a splendid escape to the sea where the blue of the water collides violently with the green of ...
16 kms round trip to Niolon. Steep path. The path goes through the Chapel of Rouet and the Salt Water Viaduct. Also called the GR51, this coastal ...
    • Carry le Rouet
Beach Forest
Also referred to as the Massif des Etangs, the Massif de Castillon is located to the South of the Bouches-du-Rhône, between Etang de Berre lake and ...
    • Port de Bouc