Sea for everyone

The one who love the sea will find it in Cassis through welcoming beaches, an invigorating sea, with all of its secrets of the underwater world. Or more simply, a sea for bathing, fishing, water sports and boating.


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Beaches and coves

picto-temperature-eau To know the temperature of the sea:

“pompiers des plages” voicemail: +33 (0)4 42 01 27 57

Every day from 10.30am

or on our new Infoplages App launched in 2015






Discover Cassis' agenda


the Calanques by the trails

You want to discover the calanques on the hiking trails ...

the Calanques on foot


other activities

Good Deals

Until 7 April 2023, one night for free…

...And that's not all!

Leisure discounts, restaurant benefits and other surprises will complete your stay.

For every stay of 2 consecutive nights, the 3rd night is free in the partner hotels*.

Rate from:
69.00 €

Book here

Diving activities

Diving and flipper trails through the heart of the Parc des Calanques

Discover the marine flora and fauna in the crystal-clear waters of the Parc National des Calanques taking your first dive, a dive supervised by a state-qualified instructor or a dive with flippers through the creeks, most of which cannot be accessed from the coast.


Discover diving activities


boating Activities

Deep Sea fishing, boat hire for half a day or a day... everyone's own formula to enjoy the Calanques National Park


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The Calanques by boat

Creek Port Pin Cassis

A wonderful escapade through the heart of this unique natural heritage site
Between Cassis and Marseille, 3, 5, 8 or 9 Calanques (creeks), choose your tour!
The tour of the Calanques operates all year round, every day. Caution! (depending on the weather)

Shorter hours in the winter.

Tickets on sale directly at the harbour, half an hour before the indicated departure times, at the embarkation point (yellow kiosk) or from the Captains in the low season.

3 calanques

from the Port of Cassis
Port Miou > Port Pin > En Vau

duration : 45 min

Adults: 17 €
Children aged 5 to 12: 10 €
Babies aged 0 to 4 : 1 €

9:30 am to 5 pm
every 45 minutes

 May - June - September
From 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
every 30 minutes

10am to 4:30pm
every 45 minutes

July - August
9:30 am to 6:30 pm
every 30 minutes

January - December
10am to 3 pm
every 60 minutes

February - March - November

10am to 3:30pm
every 60 minutes


from the Port of Cassis
Port Miou > Port Pin > En Vau > L’Oule > Devenson

duration : 65 mn

Adults: 21€
Children aged 5 to 12: 15 €
Babies aged 0 to 4 : 1 €


11.30am, 12pm, 3pm, 3.30pm
May - June - September
11.30am, 12pm, 3pm, 3.30pm, 5pm

11.30am, 12pm, 3pm, 3.30pm

July - August
11.30am, 12pm, 3pm, 3.30pm, 5pm, 5.30pm, 6pm

January - December
12pm and 3pm

February - March - November
12pm and 3pm



from the Port of Cassis
Port Miou > Port Pin > En Vau > L’Oule > Devenson > Sugiton > Morgiou

duration : 1hr30

Adults: 24 €
Children aged 5 to 12: 18 €
Babies aged 0 to 4 : 1 €


11 am, 1:30 pm, 2:00 pm, 2:30 pm, 4 pm

 May - June - September
10:30 am, 11:00 am, 1:30 pm, 2:00 pm, 2:30 pm, 4:00 pm

11 am, 1:30 pm, 2:00 pm, 2:30 pm, 4 pm

July - August
10 am, 10:30 am, 11 am, 1:30 pm, 2 pm, 2:30 pm, 4 pm

January - December
11 am and 2:30 pm

banking holidays : 11 am, 2 pm

 February - March - November
11 am, 1:30 pm, 2:30pm




from the Port of Cassis
Cassis > Sormiou > Cassis

duration : 1hr50

Adults: 29 €
Children aged 5 to 12: 20 €
Babies aged 0 to 4 : 1 €


10:30 am, 2:00 pm

May - June - September
10:30 am, 2:00 pm

10:30 am and 2:00 pm

July - August
10:30 am and 2:00 pm


Non-electric wheelchairs

(small dogs permitted)

Information from the GIE :
at the kiosk, on the "boules court" by the harbour or at     WWW.CASSIS-CALANQUES.COM

on  +33 (0)6 86 55 86 70


Group rates and booking (+ 20 people).
The Tourist Office of Cassis offers you all-day or all-inclusive packages, click here    GROUPS


 hiking in the Calanques of Cassis

Good Deals

Hiking in the calanques: The panoramic viewpoints of En-Vau, Port-Pin and Port-Miou

Get out your trainers and explore the Calanques accompanied by a professional guide.

Whether with family or friends, don't miss any of the corners of this exceptionally beautiful site.

Rate from:
25.00 €

Book here


There are two harbours for you in Cassis

Creek Port Miou Cassis

Anse du Corton

mooring area on ecological buoys


Cassis Harbour master’s office


Quai Des Moulins
13260 CASSIS

Phone: +33 4 42 18 35 90
E-mail :



 Reservations by email or by phone the day of your arrival.

  • Navigation :    43°13’0 N – 5°32’0 E
                               Map Shom 6612-6951-7393-7406
                               Navicarte 504
  • Distances :    Marseille Pointe Rouge 13M
                               La Ciotat 6M
                               Porquerolles 35M
  • Seamarks :    “3 Caravelles Building” facing the entrance 2M away and castle on the cliff.
  • Approach :    In the summer a channel is marked out.
                               In winter, access is through the pass
  • Access :       Difficult with strong SE to SW winds;
                              Harbour sheltered from Mistral and NE winds.
  • Entrance lights :     Batterie des Lèques F.é.r4s6M
                                   End of jetty (43°12,8N – 005°32,1 E) : F.2o.v.6s6M
                                   F.f.r on pyl. at 1,2m to l’ESE.
  • Danger :       Banc de la Cassidaigne, isolated danger F2é.b.6s7M 

    Stay in the middle of the channel to avoid the breakwater rocks.



  • Wifi
  • Video surveillance
  • Fuel station to starboard at harbour entrance, open all year: from 01/09 to 30/04 from 8am to 6pm – from 01/05 to 31/08 from 6am to 7pm
  • Black and grey water pump
  • Waste management
  • Fresh water
  • Electricity 220V/16A
  • Toilets and showers
  • Public phone
  • Ship refuse
  • Crane 4T
  • Dry dock
  • Quay line
  • Shipyard +33 (0)4 42 01 70 40 (slip 30T – crane 6T)
  • Bas municipal sailing school: +33 (0)4 42 01 16 65
  • Youth service: +33 (0)4 42 01 38 18
  • Launching before 10am: free
  • Weather forecast: posted daily at the Harbour master’s office
  • Restaurant on the spot

Port-Miou calanque harbour

Hôtel de Ville
BP 3413714 

Phone: +33 4 42 01 96 24
Cell : +33 6 26 84 51 58
E-mail : 


 Reservations by email or by phone the day of your arrival.

  • Navigation : the entrance to the channel is marked out by 6 yellow buoys on either side of the “no anchoring” buoys. From the entrance, the speed is limited to 3 knots and 25 tx   
  • Harbour master’s office and reception: 2nd chalet on the right as you enter the Calanque
  • Weather forecast: posted at reception
  • Facilities: 480 places including 450 on pontoons and 30 visitors on fixed moorings
  • Mooring: fore on quay on pontoon. By fore and aft mooring on buoys.
  • Anchoring: prohibited outside marked out areas.
  • Services: fresh water, fuel at Cassis harbour, Places assigned by the harbour staff on the pontoons in the summer.


Extract from the Calanque regulations

  • Fishing and underwater fishing are prohibited.
  • The speed limit for boats is 3 knots.
  • The tonnage is limited to 50 UMS in the port zone and 25 UMS in the rest of the Calanque.
  • The managing authority cannot be held responsible for any damage, deterioration or thefts that may be suffered by boats moored in the harbour.
  • The users are responsible for any damage they may cause to the facilities.
  • It is prohibited to light fires or barbecues in the Calanque.
  • It is prohibited on the boats and at the mooring stations to carry out any manoeuvres or works that could cause any sound or olfactory nuisance or pollution
  • The utilisation of toilets discharging directly into the sea is prohibited in the Calanques.



      Shipping forecast


Shipyard Trapani

Quai Des Moulins
13260 CASSIS
Tél : 04 42 01 70 40

The yachtsman’s commandments

  • I respect the sea and rivers, I do not land on protected sites, I limit my fishing to the authorised species and sizes, I watch the animals without touching or bothering them.
  • Before anchoring, I determine the nature of the sea bottom to avoid damaging it.
  • Preferably I use mooring buoys.
  • I sort my household waste in the containers and leave my toxic waste, whether solid or liquid, at the harbour waste collection centre. I use the harbour’s toilet facilities.
  • I empty my lavatory water tank at the sewage stations. I use detergents that are the most respectful of the environment.
  • I make sure that all maintenance operations (boat, material, equipment) are carried out in a way that is respectful of the environment.
  • When decanting any potentially polluting liquids I handle them with care.
  • I respect the tranquillity of the site and its surroundings.