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Situated by the ocean, this romantic apartment building is within a 15-minute walk of Calanques National Park and Cassis Beach. Cassis Harbour and Eglise St ...
Cassis Calanques 90m2 Views and Exceptional Situation, sea 5 Minutes Walk, ParkingGet Rates
Situated on the waterfront, this villa is within a 10-minute walk of Eglise St Michel and Cassis Beach. Calanques National Park is 0.6 mi (1 km) away.
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Located in the heart of Cassis, this romantic property is within a 5-minute walk of Eglise St Michel and Cassis Beach. Calanques National Park is 0.7 mi (1.2 ...
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Situated near the beach, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cassis Harbour and Cassis Beach. Calanques National Park is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) away. Cassis Station ...
£179 per night for 2 guests
Situated in Cassis, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cassis Harbour and Cassis Beach. Calanques National Park is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) away.
£105 per night for 2 guests
Situated on the waterfront, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Calanque de Port Miou and Cassis Beach. La Ciotat Beach and Calanque de Port Pin are also ...
£395 per night for 2 guests
With direct access to the beach, this Cassis hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cassis Harbour, Calanques National Park and Cassis Beach. Calanque de Port Miou ...
£218 per night for 2 guests
Travel 12 miles (30km) east of Marseille and you come to the beautiful and colourful fishing village of Cassis, known as Provence’s best-kept secret. Cassis is a tiny town, and happens to be one of France’s most popular holiday destinations for the French, who much prefer its laid-back attitude and flawless dining to the busy streets and flashy bars of Saint-Tropez.
Here, the Mediterranean Sea laps on pebble beaches, overlooked by Cassis’ old château and limestone cliffs. Nearby wineries produce dry rosé wines, and Provençal farmers' markets share the abundance of local produce several times a week – you'll find local olive oil, wine, fruit, cheeses, bread and freshly harvested vegetables. If you’d prefer someone to cook for you, Cassis’ reputation for fine dining restaurants is strong, and the city has Michelin stars to boast about, as well as more rustic eateries.
Swimming in the sea is positively encouraged and public beaches line the water close to the town centre. From the harbour you can take a boat tour along the coast, take off on a diving expedition or simply stroll from café to bar watching the boats sail by.
Accommodation in Cassis is not the cheapest you’ll find in France, mainly because it’s such a popular tourist destination. However, if you are willing to make some decisions about what’s important to you and what isn’t when you come to stay in Cassis, you’ll find it much easier to find a hotel within your budget.
More convenient for the ferry terminal in Marseille is the two-star B&B Hôtel Marseille Euromed, which has good-value rooms and free Wifi. Cassis is a short train ride away from Marseille, meaning that if you’re happy to stay a little outside of the town, you can find some really well-priced rooms.
If you are set on staying in the heart of Cassis, the INTER-HOTEL Cassis Port Cassitel is a bright orange building on the town’s port, and is an unmissable landmark. Daily housekeeping means rooms are kept tidy.
Being close to Marseille means Cassis sees business visitors from all sorts of industries pass through its pretty streets all year long. Affordable luxury-style hotels have been designed to cater for business travellers in this busy little town, catering for conferences as well as offering distractions during the quiet evening hours.
The Best Western Hotel La Rade is a fully-equipped business hotel, offering a business centre and meeting rooms. If you'd like to make the most of your downtime while you’re in Cassis, this hotel also has an outdoor pool with views out over the sea and a terrace to sit out on with a drink from the on-site bar. You'll also be able to use the hotel library and gain express check-in and check-out.
Les Jardins de Cassis is a similarly well-appointed business hotel, located just next to the main motorway exit for Cassis from Marseille. With a good-sized outdoor pool and poolside bar you can enjoy the Provençal sunshine, and a business centre and meeting room ensure you have plenty of space to work.
Browse our business hotels in Cassis to find more suitable accommodation.
Smoking in public places is banned by French law. This means that you will not be permitted to smoke indoors while you’re in Cassis – including in restaurants, bars, cafés and shops. Smoking outside is permitted, however, although restrictions do still apply in public outdoor areas such as train stations, bus stops and can also apply in certain public areas such as beaches or parks.
If you’d like to smoke in your hotel, please take a look at your chosen hotel’s page on Expedia. Here you’ll find out all the information you need to know about your room, including any smoking restrictions. Hotels in France are entitled to reserve some of their rooms to be used as smoking rooms, however some choose not to, opting instead to be smoke-free. Checking before you complete your booking if you would like a smoking room.