- 20 and 21 April: Cassis in the garden, 7th edition of the flower market: Place Baragnon and public garden.
- April 7th and 28th: Regattas of the Spring Cups. Port Miou and Cassis Bay.
- Saturday, April 27: Operation "clean port" and cleaning the calanque of Port Miou.
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Inhabited since Roman times, Cassis is nowadays a lively Provencal village. Nestled along the Mediterranean coast, between the port of Marseille and the city of La Ciotat, Cassis is a city worth visiting during a trip to the region. Here's a quick guide to the best things to do in Cassis!
The harbour of Cassis has about 400 places of which twenty are reserved for visitors.
It offers many services to boaters such as electricity, fresh water, ice, telephone, guarding ashore. You will also be able to sort your waste with black and gray water pumps and oil and battery containers.
Need a moment of relaxation under the sun in Cassis? The village has four large beaches, two of which are monitored during the summer season, each offering a different perspective on the magnificent Cape Canaille.
With the restaurants in Cassis, discover the happiness of Provencal cooked in Cassis: Olive, Aioli, Anchoiade, Zucchini flowers, Bouillabaisse, Brandade de Cod, Stuffed squids, Eggplant caviar, Daubes Provençale, Tapenade ....
A complete page would not be enough to describe the richness of the dishes offered by the Cassis Mediterranean restaurants.
The diversity of cuisine offered in the village of Cassis allows everyone to find pleasure. From traditional brewery to Lebanese dishes, Tex Mex to very good Italian cuisine, the choice is important.
Very nice shops are waiting for you in Cassis. Whether you are looking for jewelery, decorative items or Provencal products, a wide choice is offered. Fashion is ubiquitous with quality stores. A particularity of the city: the 2 CV Méhari Cassis club where you can succumb to the charm of these old cars always news.
Food trades are very present and sell quality products.
You will find the wines of Cassis in the cellars and wine bar but also directly to the domaînes.