Calanque d'En-Vau - Things to Know Before Visiting
13009 Marseille, France
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About Calanque d'En-Vau
It is one of Marseille's most beautiful creeks, but also one of the most remote place in the National Park of Calanques.
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Cap Canaille is the highest sea cliff of France located in the Bouches-du-Rhône département of southern France. The rock consists of layers of ochre-colored sandstone, conglomerate, and limestone from the Turonian age. The site features beautiful viewpoints.
The Massif des Calanques is a wild and rugged terrain stretching from the ninth arrondissement of Marseille to the east towards Cassis.
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.
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.
The Palais Longchamp is a magnificent monument in the fourth district of Marseille, France. It brings together the Museum of Fine Arts, the Natural History Museum, and the Botanical Garden on the same site.
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