From Marseille: Bandol and Cassis Wine Tasting Tour

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Duration 9 hours
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Spanish, English, French
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Experience

Highlights
  • Taste the quality wines and olive oils of Cassis and Bandol
  • Explore the small villages of Cassis and Le Castellet
  • Marvel at the steep cliffs and hidden inlets of the Parc National des Calanques
Full description
Start your full-day excursion of the Bandol and Cassis wine regions by taking the Gineste Road along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea from Marseille. Journey to Cap Canaille to see the highest maritime cliffs in Europe. Get a stunning view over the Bay of Cassis and the small village famous for its fishing port and calanques, the steep cliffs and inlets declared a national park in 2012.

Next, take a guided tour of a wine estate in Cassis. Visit the vineyards and cellar of the sea-facing winery, and taste the rosé and white wines produced there. Benefit from some free time to saunter around the village and enjoy lunch. 

Move on to the village of Le Castellet and experience one of the Var region's top tourist attractions. Perched on the top of the promontory, the small village boasts a typically picturesque setting. Continue to the commune of Bandol, famous for its "AOC Vins de Bandol" and its olive oils. Stroll around the vineyards and see the ancient olive trees before a wine and olive oil tasting in a private cellar. Return to Marseille at the end of the day.
Includes
  • Transportation by minibus
  • Multilingual driver/guide
  • Wine tastings
What’s Not Included
  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch

When you get there

Meeting point

Radisson Blu Hotel, 40 Quai de Rive Neuve, 13007 Marseille.

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Know before you go
• Please note that the Gineste Road and access to Cape Canaille is subject to closure due to the weather
• Access to the Cassis wine cellar will not be possible for security reasons during the grape harvest in September
• Comfortable shoes are recommended