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All reviews seaside town nice places to eat and drink ice cream parlour boat ride lovely harbour surrounded by restaurants nice place to spend an afternoon national park harbour area lots of restaurants great place to visit watch the world cobbled streets by foot petit train two hours sunny day
While spending several weeks in Provence, we visited Cassis on market day. Cassis was the highlight of our holiday in Provence. It is a town that time forgot and we were fortunate to find it. The harbor is a live painting. The restaurants along the...More
We visited Port Cassis today and so glad we did. We had a walk around the harbour and watched fishermen bringing in their catch and selling what they had caught on the quayside. Inbetween the huge, expensive looking yachts that are eye- catching. We booked...More
A beautiful port that is even nicer on a bright sunny day. A little bit crowded especially on Sundays and sometimes it is hard to find parking space for the car.
Be very careful selecting your restaurant for lunch. We followed the recommendations and found...More
The port of Cassis is a beautiful little Mediterranean village that offers many touristic things to see and do. We were on a day-trip out of Toulon (cruise stop), and this was a place that our driver thought we should see. It ended up being...More
This is a beautiful little port with dozens of restaurants to choose from. It is easily walkable in an hour or so. A word of warning however,parking is a major issue and though we visited on a Tuesday in the second week of September it...More
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I do not know of a bus connection. I took the train from St. Charles main station. It was inexpensive and It was only c. 3 stops and very easy. The Port is a bit far from the train station in Cassis but there is a little... More
I do not know of a bus connection. I took the train from St. Charles main station. It was inexpensive and It was only c. 3 stops and very easy. The Port is a bit far from the train station in Cassis but there is a little commuter bus that waits for folks getting off the train and takes them right to Cassis near the casino! We had a wonderful time- a short easy trip from Marseilles with the train but really a world apart!