We took a boat tour of 2.5 hours. There are a number of boat tours leaving both from here and from the neighboring town, Cassis. We chose one that left at 10:30 in the morning so we would have time to stroll around and enjoy the market fare before we headed out into the Mediterranian Sea. In the horizon there was nothing but open water. Kind of cool that knowing that somewhere out there on the other side the next shore would be somewhere on the African continent.
The cliffs of the first bay were not as white but looked more like some kind of sand stone cliffs. At the very top we spotted this house. I bet they have a great view from there. A top of the next cliff was a light house.
It was great to get out on the open water and feel the salty breeze in the air and the wind in my face and hair.
A big beautiful sailing boat in one of these amazingly beautiful bays. These bays were just so spectacular. C had been here before but wanted to take me out here and show me this. I am so glad he did.
A bunch of people out on kayaks exploring and enjoying the crystal clear waters.
The cliffs are really impressive as the loom high up into the sky. They sort of remind me of the kind of rocks that we saw in Utah at Zion national park.
One man on a kayak togetether with his dog.