Cassis Photos Gallery

Written by on February 10, 2015 in Photo gallery, Provence-Alpes


Cassis is a truly charming little seaside resort, snuggled at the foot of the tallest cliff in Europe, Cap Canaille. With a picturesque fishing port lined with cafés and restaurants and pastel coloured houses, it’s perfect for a get away from it all destination that’s authentic and very much a taste of real Provence.

Spotlight on Cassis – visit with us… 

Cassis Photos:

cassis vineyards

The vineyards hug the hills that lead down to Cassis and the crystal clear waters of the Mediterrannean Sea.


Market day in Cassis, vibrant, colourful and friendly.


The Port is the heart of Cassis.

cassis- cap-canaille

The water is crystal clear and a beautiful blue…


Cassis Chateau dominating the town, now a guest house, it dates back to the 13th Century.


A tree-lined street bathed in sunshine, plane trees, pastel coloured shutters and a fountain – pure Provence.

Spotlight on Cassis

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