The Calanque de Sugiton is one of the numerous calanques located between
Marseille and Cassis. A small beach can be found at the extremity of the
While quite small, Sugiton is perhaps the most known of all
Marseille Calanques, simply because it can be easily accessed by hikers,
starting from Luminy University Campus, and because it is open to tourists even
during hot season, unlike most Calanques. In fact during summer most of the
Calanques are closed because of high fire risk.
The GR 98 links
Marseille, leaving from Calanque de Callelongue, to Cassis, around an 11-hour
walk. There are several possibilities for various length hikes. The easiest
Calanque to access without a private vehicle is Calanque de Sugiton. To get
there take bus 21 from La Canebière, in front of the Monoprix store, in the
direction of Luminy and get off at the terminus. From there follow the walking
path (around a 45 minute walk).
The tour visit of sugiton calanque in
boat offers to eyes a gorgeous show : at the foot of a huge arc of cliffs, pines
are extending their reach plume up to a small cove of deep clear waters, the
configuration of the sugiton calanque gives to this place a preserved aspect.
Protected by the torpilleur island, sugiton leaves you that impression to visit
the calanques in their secret and privacy. Throw anchors with bleue attractions,
for an outstanding visit and relaxation.