Tour by electrical mountain bike 2H - Cap Canaille's cliff (easy level)
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For another view of the Calanques, explore the Cap Canaille, one of the highest sea cliffs in Europe, at the handlebars of a mountain bike electric! Valley after Valley, they will lead you to the top of the Ridge Road, famous for these many breathtaking views of the Bay of Cassis.You may have the opportunity to admire the sunset (depending on departure times).Activity reserved for more than 10 years (1.45 m minimum)
Chemin des gorguettes, piscine Cap Provence
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A côté de la piscine Cap Provence - Sur RDV
3 chemin Des Gorguettes
On a mountain bike
Guide, Qualified instructor
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