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From Marseille: E-Bike Ride to Calanque de Sormiou

1. From Marseille: E-Bike Ride to Calanque de Sormiou

Meet your guide in the morning near Pointe Rouge Beach for the start of a small group (maximum 10 people) e-bike ride towards Calanque de Sormiou in the beautiful Calanques National Park. Get outfitted with a helmet and a modern electric mountain bike equipped for smooth riding that allows you to pedal, cruise or try a combination of both. Then, set off along the small roads of Calanques National Park and discover an area of high ecological importance restricted to general traffic. Head towards the paradise location of Calanque de Sormiou, known for its trails with views of the majestic limestone mountains and Mediterranean Sea. Learn the history of the strategic location, and look at the natural curiosities of the area, such as wild flowers of radiant beauty. Benefit from an itinerary that takes full advantage of the unique natural environment. Between May and October, get the chance to swim or rest on the beach. Then, return to Pointe Rouge Beach through the stunning coves of the massif.

Marseille: Half-Day E-Bike Tour from Cruise Port

2. Marseille: Half-Day E-Bike Tour from Cruise Port

You'll be met in front of your cruise ship, and after a shuttle ride to the starting point and a security briefing, your guide will lead you out on a 4-hour sightseeing tour by e-bike. Hear stories about the various landmarks and monuments you see along the route. Highlights of the tour include MuCEM, Marseille’s old port, Pharo Palace, Vallon des Auffes, and Notre Dame de la Garde. You’ll also explore alleys only Marseille locals know about. With your e-bike, although you’ll need to pedal, there’s not much effort involved! Groups are small, with a maximum of 8 people and your smiling local guide. For groups of more than 8 people, you can contact the local operator for arrangements. At the end you will have choice to be dropped in city center before coming back to ship on your own with a free shuttle provided by port authority.

Marseille to Calanques: Full-Day Electric Bike Trip

3. Marseille to Calanques: Full-Day Electric Bike Trip

Ride from Marseille to Calanques National Park on a full-day electric bike tour. Cycle with little effort for 35 kilometers, enjoying the wild beauty that lies on the outskirts of Marseille. Stop for breaks that include a meal in a local restaurant (at your own expense), some time to swim and a game of pétanque. During the tour you’ll visit the following places: The Pharo The Vallon of Auffes The Corniche du Président John Fitzgérald Kennedy Prado Beach The fishing village of Goudes Maronaise Beach Callelongue Cove The Pastré or Borely Park Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica Stop for breaks en route: Swimming break at Maronnaise wild beach (unsupervised) Restaurant or sandwich break Petanque game in a park Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica visit

Marseille: Calanques Shore Excursion Electric Bike Day Tour

4. Marseille: Calanques Shore Excursion Electric Bike Day Tour

Start with pickup and a drop-off from your ship. Travel across 35 km (27 miles) and enjoy the wild beauty that lies on the outskirts of the city and which seems to be at the end of the world. The bike ride is punctuated by a meal in a local restaurant (not included) and a swimming break. See Marseille old port, the Pharo Palace, the Vallon of Auffes, the Corniche Kennedy, the beaches of Prado, wearing Madrague Montredon, the fishing village Goudes, Maronaise beach, Callelongue Cove, the Pastré or Borely park, and Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica. Lunch : Your guide will give you the choice between 2 options : Buy sandwiches or snacks and stop to eat on the beach (or the rocks) Eat at a nice restaurant (from 40€ per person) in the little port of Les Goudes (please indicate your choice at booking time) Breaks Swimming break at Maronnaise wild beach (unsupervised) Restaurant or sandwich break Visit of nice natural park  Visit of Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica Additional notice : The most beautiful creeks of the National Park are not accessible by bike, this is why it is recommended that you complete the tour with a boat tour (Sugiton, En Vau, Port Pin). Difficulty is easy to medium, a normal/good health is requiered but you don't need to be a very good rider to join this tour. (If you are older than 60, you should be a regular rider and have very good health).

Marseille: Calanques E-Bike Tour

5. Marseille: Calanques E-Bike Tour

Meet your small-group and guide near Pointe Rouge Beach to begin your morning or afternoon tour. Get outfitted with a helmet and a comfortable 2016 electric bike — equipped for comfortable, effortless riding, letting you pedal, cruise or a combination of both and set off towards Callelongue. Ride along the sea from Pointe Rouge to Callelongue through the small harbors of the Madrague of Montredon and Les Goudes. Follow your experienced guide along the small roads of Callelongue, a remote area of Calanques National Park. This area of high ecological importance and historical significance can be difficult to access by car in summer, but e-bikes allow you to explore the scenery. Explore the natural beauty of Calanques de Callelongue, without effort, under the shade of pine trees where the air is clean and time seems to be suspended. Discover the natural curiosities of the area, including flowers and wildlife. Between May and October, you may have the possibility to swim or rest on the beach. Conclude your 6-hour e-bike ride by returning to Pointe Rouge Beach.

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What people are saying about Marseille

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 137 reviews

Our host Cindy was great! We had the most relaxed day cycling through the parks of Marseille! The bikes are great for cruising, you barely have to pedal if you don't wish to. Which means you can concentrate on taking in the scenery. Plenty of space to take belongings with you on the bike. Lots of fun!

A very nice discovery of the creeks with two guides, Franck and Kevin who are very attentive, take care of us and give us good explanations on the sites we cross. To do and redo. Odile

An easy ride, with nice sightseeing... The Calanques are beautiful, our tour guide, Cindy, was amazing on showing the places and telling us about the history. Highly recommend

Downhil is actually harder then climbing, at lista for me, but the views are amazing.

Thé e bikes were so much fun and Cindy our guide the day very enjoyable.