The Calanque de Port-Miou is the largest of the three calanques near Cassis. It is long and narrow, 1.5 kl, and thus was very suitable for establishing a marina capable of mooring over five hundred boats along both its fringes. Like the other two calanques of Cassis, it is also uninhabited.
Below is a screen capture from Google Maps that demonstrates the length of the Calanque de Port Miou. This shot was taken behind the cliff that cuts into the canal on the right side, about 200 m inside the calanque.
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