Calanque de Morgiou in Marseille is a gorge, partially absorbed by the sea. Kalanka divides the city and its outskirts of Cassis. This east coast of Marseille became famous thanks to its small picturesque fjord coves, which retained their original appearance.
Before tourists the majestic picture of rocky compound ridges opens. Some of their peaks reach almost 400 meters in height.
Below are unique sandy coves, which are fishing harbors and beaches. There are very small coves, well protected, they can only be reached from the sea and enjoy complete solitude. The air here is so clean that it attracts not only many tourists, but also the Marseille people themselves.
On Calanca de Morgiou are marked hiking trails. Freakish rocks attract extreme climbers who experience thrills here.