Une reglementation chasue annee plus restrictive

 

 

With more than 158 000 hectares, the Calanques is Europe’s biggest peri-urban, coastal and maritime National Park.

 

Reglementation Parc Calanques

 

 

In the Calanques you’ll find preserved nature and you’ll be impressed by the variety of its coastal and marine landscape.


Reglementation Parc Calanques

Access regulations :


In April 2012, the Calanques between Marseille and La Ciotat were declared a National Park. Calanques are a fragile natural space that must be protected.
Because of high fire risk in summer, the access is restricted by law between 1 June and 30 september.

 

règlementation

Depends on the weather conditions :

There are four risk levels during this period: green and yellow access is authorised, and red access banned when wind and risq of fire are very strong.

The risk level varies according to weather conditions and is declared daily at 6 pm for the following day.
The information is available on the official helpline, tel (+33) 8 11 20 13 13, in English as well as in French and published on the Bouches du Rhône regional website (in French only): "www.bpatp.paca-ate.fr

 

attention chute de pierresFrom april to november access to the roads of Sormiou and Morgiou are reglemented:

Reglementation Sormiou Calanque:

=> between 09/04/2022 and 29/05/2022: Access forbidden between 7h and 19h00 every week-ends and bank holidays 18/4 & 26/5).
=> between 01/06/2022 and 30/09/2022: Access forbidden between 7h and 19h00 every days.

The rest of time access autorized.

 

Reglementation Morgiou Calanque:

=> between 09/04/2022 and 29/05/2022: Access forbidden between 7h and 19h00 every week-ends and bank holidays 18/4 & 26/5).
=> between 01/06/2022 and 30/09/2022: Access forbidden between 7h and 19h00 every days.

The rest of time access autorized.

 

The best time for climbing in the Calanques is from September to June.