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Cassis, a very ancient fishing port, is a commune situated in southern France and is a fascinating village to visit. The village was rebuilt on the old ruins of the 18th century, resulting in a more regular layout than most other medieval villages. A walk through the old village streets reveals quaint old buildings, some dating back to the 16th century, and some restored with the colourful pastels of Provence. Numerous climbers come here to scale the white cliffs of the calanques. Other sites in the village are old fountains and an open-air artists’ market, while the harbour area is really the prettiest part of Cassis.

The fine old chateau-fort, the 1381 Chateaux de la Maison des Baux, dominates the harbour, and a walk up to the hill top provides an overall view of the village and harbour. The picturesque port is lined with terrace cafés and restaurants, offering a variety of fare and prices. There are even more restaurants on the many little streets of the village away from the port. It would be a shame to leave without trying bouillabaisse, the dish the city is known for. One should also keep an eye out for south-of-France-only sweet treats, like navettes, nougat, calissons, almonds, and candied fruit.

With stunning views of the Gulf of Cassis, olive trees, Cassis's vineyards, and the limestone calanques, the 12 km (one way) walk on the largest seaside cliffs in France is definitely worth the time. There's also a 14km drive along the peaks with plenty of parking spots, so you can stop and take pictures. For many there's no better way to live the ‘French Life’ than enjoying a slow, leisurely walk, and taking photos of the boats and the pastel-painted buildings. For those interested, there is a nudist beach in the area.

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