Getting to Cassis
By train: to Cassis SNCF railway station.
- From Marseille: line M08 (Marseille-Carnoux-Cassis) with the Marcouline bus service.
- From La Ciotat: ligne M05 (Carnoux-Cassis-La Ciotat) with the Marcouline bus service.
- Motorway A50.
- D559: route de la Gineste from Marseille.
- D559 znf D141: route des Crêtes from La Ciotat. Note: in the event of strong wind or high fire hazard, la route des Crêtes is closed. Check the My Calanques app for the latest alerts.
By plane: Take a bus or train from Marseille-Provence airport to Cassis. See the airport website for information.
By boat: With Port Propre certified for its clean environment, Cassis port has temporary moorings and proposes a range of services, including black and grey water evacuation. Contact the harbour master's office: +33 (0)22.214.171.124.65.
Getting to the Calanques
By bus: line M01 between the railway station and town centre, just a 30-minute walk from the entrance to the national park near the Cassis peninsula and Port-Miou calanque.
On foot: the entrance to the national park near the Cassis peninsula and Port-Miou calanque is just 30 minutes on foot from Cassis town centre. The Port-Pin calanque is a further 15 minutes, and En-Vau calanque a further 30 minutes. Note: the climb to En-Vau calanque is steep and can be difficult, particularly in summer. Prepare your trip before heading out. Click here for more information.
By boat: Port-Miou has around 30 temporary moorings. Limited services available. Contact the harbour master's office: +33 (0)4.42.01.96.24/+33 (0)126.96.36.199.58.
By car: Traffic can be very dense, particularly in summer. Avoid taking your car to the town centre and the peninsula car park. We recommend the Gorguettes free park-and-drive with a shuttle to the entrance of the national park (Cassis peninsula and Port-Miou calanque). Click here for more information about the Gorguettes-Calanques shuttle.