The most romantic town in the South of France…
The old quarter of Cassis is now a listed heritage site. Great for romantic walks trough the narrow streets.
Cassis is in a pretty setting, surrounded by limestone cliffs, vineyards, and fig and olive trees.
A small beach is conveniently located next to the port, making a dip in the Mediterranean another key ingredient in South of France romance.
Enjoy one of the small, private beaches with their turquoise water, white beaches, and dramatic cliffs.
The intimate resort town of Cassis is a short drive from Marseilles. This picturesque town provides a truly romantic backdrop for a South of France getaway.
Cassis is a perfect pearl of pleasure: A blue sea, a wonderful pocket of restaurants and cafes, not too chic but far away from shabby, stunning scenery, trails galore, and a magnificent cliff.
Set on the ocean, lovers can enjoy a quiet romantic sunset.
Cassis is only one of many charming beach towns that line the South of France coastline with beautiful beaches for sun worshipping during the day and romantic strolls in the evening.
Beautiful restaurant with a view, delicious food, glass of Cassis wine...
"Piece of Paradise".
Colorful cafés and restaurants line the harbor, creating a relaxed spot for watching the boats or enjoying.
Discover the taste and versatility of wild blueberries, raspberries, strawberries in delicious Cassis cakes.