Parc national des Calanques - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Parc national des Calanques
Calanques National Park is the first land-based, aquatic, and periurban European park. Calanques National Park is notable for its beautiful landscapes, exceptional biodiversity, and cultural heritage.
Attractions Near Parc national des Calanques
The Massif des Calanques is a wild and rugged terrain stretching from the ninth arrondissement of Marseille to the east towards Cassis.
It is one of Marseille's most beautiful creeks, but also one of the most remote place in the National Park of Calanques.
Parc Borély is one of the Remarkable Gardens of France and a Municipal park situated in the city of Marseille. The 17 hectares park consists of three different gardens; a Garden à la française, an English landscape garden, and a recently renovated race track.
Notre-Dame de la Garde is a Catholic basilica in Marseille city. The basilica is located at the south side of the Old Port of Marseille, on the highest point in Marseille- a 149-meter high limestone outcropping. It was built on the foundation of an ancient fort.
Saint-Victor Abbey is a former abbey situated in Marseille. It was founded during the late Roman period and named after the saint and martyr of the local soldier, Victor of Marseilles.
La Canebière is the historic high street center of Marseille measuring 1km long, which goes from the Old Port of Marseille to the Réformés quarter.
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Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur is one of the most popular holiday regions in the south of France. Its identity as a geographical region is a holdover from the days of the Roman Empire. Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur is famous for its sunny weather, colorful countryside, tradition, wine, food, and language.