La Redonne beaches

Typical village on the Côte Bleue, Ensuès la Redonne is divided into three main areas: the center of Ensuès, which is outlying the sea, La Redonne and its port, and the ports of Méjean. From the Ensuès car park, go down the very sloping road that goes to the calanque below. There is also a well sheltered beach.
The Calanque des Athenors:

It is located between the port and the Calanque de Figuières. It is a pebble beach famous for its clear and pure water. To access it: park on the port of La Redonne and then take the path on the right.

Petit Méjean Beach

Adjacent to the cove of the Grand Méjean, the site does not offer a beach but rocks and a small port. Divers particularly appreciate the richness of its seabed. Sea urchins are also a great speciality. To go from Ensuès la Redonne, follow the direction of la Redonne and follow the signs for Méjean. Then follow the railway line for just under two kilometres. Park in the Calanque car park.

Calanque du Grand Méjean

It is located two kilometres east of La Redonne. Visitors are welcomed by a small typical port, as well as a summer restaurant. The rocks are as many invitations to laze in the sun, a staircase invites you to descend into the sea. To get there: same directions as for Le Petit Méjean.

Erevine

This Calanque is considered as one of the most beautiful coves on the Côte Bleue. The point of view is sublime. To get there, you can leave from the port of Le Grand Méjean or Niolon. Allow one hour of walking. Be careful, some passages may turn out to be difficult.

 

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