The Hotel Liautaud in Cassis
Ideal for sweet escapes in the Calanques
The world-famous Massif des Calanques is made up of limestone cliffs which plunge into the Mediterranean. The calanques form a magnificent wall from Marseille to Cassis, with close to 20km of marked trails. This site, which has been declared a National Park, extends over 158,100 hectares and can be visited from Cassis. A magical and enchanting spot, the calanques are a paradise for hiking, scuba diving, climbing and discovering flora and fauna...
Our hotel in Cassis is an ideal place to stay if you want to explore the Calanques National Park (the largest peri-urban national park in Europe, incorporating land and marine environments) which encompasses a mosaic of remarkable landscapes full of species adapted to the dry and arid climate. This exceptional and unique site, nestled between turquoise waters and white cliffs, can be explored on foot using the trails or by boat on a guided tour. When leaving Cassis, you will travel through Port-Miou, Port-Pin, the deep, dark, mythical and dizzying En-Vau, L’Oule, Devenson & Essaïdon, Sugiton, Morgiou, Sormiou, Marseilleveyre, Callelongue, Les Goudes.
At the heart of the Calanques National Park, you’ll be able to enjoy a range of activities including hiking (the GR 51 trail crosses most of the massif), diving, climbing, canoeing/kayaking and even paddle boarding.