The creeks of Cassis

For a splendid getaway in the heart of unspoiled nature, between forest and turquoise water, explore the creeks of Cassis. Sormiou, Morgiou, Sugiton or En-vau are all points of interest to discover in the Calanques National Park. During your expedition on foot or by boat, you may come across a sandy beach, a green forest, exotic coves or wild caves. Ask our team for advice to find out more about these must-see places in our region.

Vineyards and cellars

The Cassis vineyard has had its own Designation of Origin since 1936. To meet the players in this know-how, we have made a selection of 7 vineyards in Cassis: Clos Sainte-Magdeleine, Domaine du Paternal, Domaine du Bagnol, Château Fontcreuse, Clos d'Albizzi and Domaine de la Ferme Blanche. Come and meet its winegrowers who have perpetuated this know-how for several generations, you will not be disappointed with the journey and the visit to these areas.

The Cassis soap factory

La Savonnerie de Cassis is an eco-responsible company that offers organic beauty products made from healthy raw materials. You can buy shampoos or shower gels with multiple scents. In addition, the craft workshop opens its doors to the public free of charge every day from 4 p.m. Visit the Savonnerie de Cassis, an emblematic place in the city just a 6-minute walk from your charming accommodation in Cassis.

Cape Canaille

One of the highest cliffs in Europe is in the town of Cassis. To get as close as possible to the cliff and be able to observe the body of water, all you have to do is take the “Route des Crêtes” which links the town of Cassis to that of La Ciotat. Along this winding road, you will come across many scenic lookouts to appreciate the beauty of the landscape.

The Banal Oven

The city of Cassis has a rich architectural and historical heritage. Just a few meters from your tourist rental in Cassis, is the Four Banal. Open to the public, the Four Banal is located in the historic fishing district. This is a testimony from another time. The lords made available, in exchange for payment, "banalities" such as presses, mills or even ovens. That of Cassis has existed since the end of the 17th century.