Located on the Mediterranean coast, between the towns of Cassis and La Ciotat in southern France, Cap Canaille (394m) is the highest sea cliff in France. Its rock face — known as Falaise de Soubeyrannes — is made of high-quality limestone rock and is a favorite among local rock climbers. Spend one or several days exploring the multiple routes on Cap Canaille (from 5a to 7b) and even combine it with a few days rock climbing in the nearby Calanques. You may want to avoid the months of January and February, when the Mistral winds are too strong, and the high summer, when it gets too hot. Explore-Share.com only promotes mountain trips led by certified guides.
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