The famous calanques or creeks, stretch north from Marseille, along the Med reaching a pinnacle at Cassis. However, some of those close to the main city are not too bad. Wally directed us along the Boulevard J.F.Kennedy and past numerous restaurants, bars and beaches to Les Goudos.

Les Goudos is secluded, has a tiny restaurant (closed out of season) on one of the little peninsulas and another pub in the village – and a few seasonal restaurants. Plenty of holiday homes.

A view of one of the calanques


A view of the village from one of the peninsulas




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