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A typical harbour, painted by Cezanne, where you can drink pastis with "panisses" and after savour a fish soup.
Port typique, par bateau pour moins de 2 € du vieux port. Typical port, accessible by boat for less than 2 € the old port. Típico puerto, accesible en barco por menos de 2 € el puerto viejo.
What's Cassis on the east for the Marseillais, L'Estaque is on the west. It's still a direct suburb, but it offers also direct view on Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde. And easy going life with fresh seafood.
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