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Top Choice Gastronomy in Cassis

La Villa Madie

This double Michelin-starred restaurant with fantastic coastal views has become one of the destination addresses on the Riviera, renowned for its creative seafood and refined setting. Top-drawer ingredients like Aub…
Street in Cassis

Route des Crêtes

The 'Road of Crests' offers heart-stopping panoramas as it traverses the 13 winding kilometres of stunning coastal and upland scenery between Cassis and La Ciotat. Enter from the D559 near Cassis, or the junction wi…
Winery in Cassis

Clos Sainte Magdeleine

Close to central Cassis, with a regularly open cellar door and a viticultural pedigree stretching back to the 1800s, this seaward-facing winery is a good place to acquaint yourself with the region's whites and rosés…
Natural Feature in Cassis

Cap Canaille

Looming, rock-pitted and scrubby Cap Canaille (394m) forms the natural southern border to Cassis' harbour. From the top, captivating views unfold across Cassis and Mont Puget (564m), the highest peak in the Massif d…
Seafood in Cassis

Poissonnerie Laurent

Run by brothers Laurent and Eric, this fish shop-cum-seafood restaurant has been a fixture on the Cassis waterfront for decades, and it shows no sign of losing its popularity (especially on sunny days, when the harb…
Provencal in Cassis

Fleurs de Thym

With its open-sided fireplace and pretty, art-filled dining room, this small restaurant makes a good refuge from the harbour-side hustle. It also provides a no-nonsense grounding in Provençal flavours, from the comp…
Wine Bar in Cassis

Le Chai Cassidain

This cosy cave à vin (wine cellar) offers a long wooden bar, red leather armchairs, vintage posters on the walls and a knowledgeable and affable owner – all up, a perfect setting for navigating an extensive list of …