The Calanque de Sormiou is the biggest calanque of the Calanques National Park, France. The Calanque de Sormiou is the largest and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful calanque, it is not for nothing that it is one of the cradles of diving. At the bottom is a sandy beach lined with cabanas, a restaurant on the beach and a second high.
On the right a path goes to Cape Sormiou passing over two small coves until you reach Cape Redon the Capelan cave is not very far, on the left the trail takes a fairly wide lined path cabins to the small port of Sormiou, then the path passes over two small pebble beaches before attacking the ascent of the Morgiou ridge. Leaving the calanque at the left end is the prehistoric cave Cosquer. It is famous for its ious climbing spots.