A village built in a basin, located between Marseille
and Martigues, and separated from the coast by the Graffiane plateau. 80 % of its territory is
covered in garrigue and pine trees. On the coast, there are numerous creeks and calanques, accessible by way of the narrow paths which
run alongside the sea: the madrague de Gignac, La Redonne (and its harbour), Les Figuières, Le Petit Méjean, Le
To see, to visit : the parish church (1829), the calanques, the madrague de Gignac (a small harbour next to La Redonne), the underwater grottoes of Méjean. The animal park of La Vallée des Fauves.
Recommended activities: nautical sports, fishing, swimming, boat outings, walking circuits.