Balade en Mer - Marseille Côte Bleue

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Plusieurs balades en bateau au départ de Niolon. Balade en Mer Marseille-Côte Bleue veut répondre à vos envies en considérant les contraintes de temps et de sécurité.

Nous partons à bord d'un Zodiac Medline 3 confortable et sécurisant, 10 passagers navigueront la journée ou la demi-journée entre la Côte-Bleue, l'Estaque, Le Frioul et les calanques de Marseille à Cassis.

Au programme : des balades sur l'eau turquoise des calanques, avec des poses baignade, apéritif et déjeuner dans les calanques, à bord du bateau ou sur la terre ferme

Plusieurs parcours de référence vous sont proposés en fonction de la durée :

  • 2h (possible en nocturne) vers les îles du Frioul.
  • une demie-journée (matin ou après-midi), vers les Calanques de Marseille et Cassis, ou vers les Calanques de la Côte Bleue (du Frioul à Carry le Rouet).
  • une journée de découverte des Calanques de Martigues à Cassis

En plus des sorties en mer, Balade en mer Marseille-Côte Bleue vous propose de la location de bateau.

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Balade en mer Marseille-Côte Bleue

Calanque de Niolon 8 chemin De la Douane 13740 Le Rove

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