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La Ciotat France Cruise Port Guide

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You will be anchored in port and tendered to the center of town

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All along the coast for more than 20 km La Ciotat and the sea have been closely linked since ancient times. In the west, this city has fabulous calanques and the highest maritime cliffs of Europe, with its highest point: Cap Canaille (394m). La Ciotat, calanque and small beach To the east there is the Gulf d'Amour with its many sand beaches and a boating port with 850 moorings. There are also many restaurants and hotels that live up to the reputation of the most beautiful of seaside resorts. La Ciotat, typical Provence boats The old city and its monuments testify to its rich historical past. In 1895 the Lumieres brothers made their first moving picture: A train arriving at the Ciotat station. La Ciotat, the Lumieres brothers The oldest movie theatre in the world still exists; it is in the Eden Theatre of Ciotat that the first public showing was held. The audience was completely astonished to see on the screen a train rushing in their direction. La Ciotat, village and boats La Ciotat will charm you with its old picturesque fishing port, its beautiful 17th c. houses around the port and its Mediterranean atmosphere. Don't hesitate to go up the Route des Cretes where you will discover an exceptional view of the whole bay. La Ciotat, town hall You should also take a walk in the Mugel Park and all along the trails admire the wonderful Mediterranean vegetation, and at the top the bird's eye view of the city, the bay and the Green Islands.

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