The weather was perfect for our visit to Cassis with the Alliance Schlumberger group.  Cassis is small fishing port east of Marseilles about 12 miles. It is a popular tourist destination famous for its cliffs (falaises) and the sheltered inlets called calanques. Just to the east is Cap Canaille, a very high bluff almost 1300 feet tall, France’s tallest headland. We toured the village, and took a boat trip to explore the calanques, followed by lunch at Le Grand Large overlooking the beach.

© Tom Lebsack 2017