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Calanque de Morgiou

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Calanque de Morgiou
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A ravishing calanque with an underwater cave hidden

Calanque de Morgiou is located between Marseille and Cassis and is famous for its tuna fishing that occurred in the year 1622, when Louis XIII visited the city. Today, there are still fishing cabins in the calanque but they are mostly used for tourism purposes rather than fishing. The calanque is one of the biggest in the area and definitely worth a visit for its ravishing beauty.


In the calanque is an underwater cave, the Cosquer Cave, which you can read more about here.