A dizzying natural heritage around the city of Marseille

At the gates of the Phocaean City, you can discover unmissable natural sites such as the Riou Archipelago, the Calanques Massif or the Frioul Archipelago. By accessing them on foot or by boat, these protected areas offer you the opportunity to enjoy long and beautiful walks.
Located in the southeast quarter of the department, the Etoile and Garlaban massifs largely surround the cities of Marseille and Aubagne, located to ...
Silhouette of limestone off Marseille, the archipelago of Frioul points towards the coast the sharp reliefs of its four islands: on a north-south ...
The Massif des Calanques, Massif du Grand Caunet and Massif de la Sainte-Baume are located to the extreme southeast of the Bouches-du-Rhône and cover...
The Riou archipelago is located off the coast of Marseille, facing the Calanques National Park
Located in the South of Marseille, this corner of paradise for divers, bathers and walkers is also very appreciated by the inhabitants of Marseille.