GR2013: Du Ranquet to clear hours
Walk - Throughout the year
This route runs along the sea of Leo by the coastal path to then reach Istres and discover the pond of the Olivier. Beaches, coves, cafes, restaurants and small ports will scroll over the trail.
Départ Arrêt de bus Le Ranquet
(Cartreize ligne 25 en venant de Martigues et de Miramas)
Arrivée Arrêt de bus C.E.C.
(Cartreize ligne 25 en direction de Martigues et de Miramas).
Information provided by Bouches du Rhône Tourisme
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