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Provence’s Beautiful Calanques of the Côte Bleue

Contributor blog post by Girl Gone Gallic:

The Calanques of the Côte Bleue, those fjord-like inlets carved into bright white limestone, are part of the lesser known stretch of coastline located west of Marseille in the protected “Parc Régional Marin de la Côte Bleue”.  The region is called the “Côte Bleue” (Blue Coast) in reference to its tantalizing deep turquoise blue waters, and is very popular with snorkelers and divers.

…Continue reading here for another great post by GGG who outlines an itinerary for touring the Côte Bleue. She provides details on hikes along this gorgeous coastline and options on how to get to this part of Provence’s coast.

Via:: Girl Gone Gallic

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