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
The Côte Bleue (Blue Coast) is a jagged limestone coastline that stretches for 30 kilometres between Martigues and Marseille. It is a succession of ...
100m x 20m sandy beach
    • Port de Bouc
Coastline Marine Park
The Côte Bleue offers a few kilometers from Marseille, a splendid view towards the sea where the blue of the water violently collides with the ...
Following the evolution of the environment related to the management and protection of the Carry-le-Rouet reserve, the representatives of professional...
The Bolmon pond site is a protected area which is the object of classification inventory at national and European level and allows to discover an ...
Jaï Beach is the great beach of Marignane. A strip of land more than 5 km long and 250 m wide on average which marks the separation between two ...
    • Marignane
  • Pavillon Bleu d'Europe
Rock beaches. Road sign. Parking area near the beach, furnished and free of charge. Nautical activities on site: scuba diving. No disabled access. ...
    • Sausset les Pins
Type of soil: rock. Parking area a little further. Non-paying beach. Water activities: scuba diving. No disabled access. Dog not accepted. The Petit ...
    • Sausset les Pins
16 km round trip from Rouet to Niolon. Steep path. The path goes through the Chapelle du Rouet and the Viaduc des Eaux Salées. Also called the ...
    • Carry-le-Rouet