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Access to the massifs

The Calanques National Park is a protected area with exceptional flora and fauna as well as magnificent natural landscapes. However, access to the park’s massifs is regulated to preserve this fragile environment.

In fact, the massifs of the Calanques are subject to risks of fire, landslides and erosion. For this reason, access to these areas is regulated and conditioned on obtaining a traffic permit issued by the national park.

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Tuesday February 27th 2024

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INFORMATION TO KNOW THE LEVEL OF ACCESS TO THE MASSIVES

The Calanques National Park has put in place various measures to make it easier to obtain a traffic permit while preserving safety and the environment. Visitors can thus access the massifs by following the marked trails and respecting the safety instructions.

In the Bouches-du-Rhône department, from June 1 to September 30 inclusive, access including by sea, the movement and presence of people and work in the forest massifs are regulated by prefectural decree and can be regulated by municipal decree.

GREEN LEVEL

You can walk around all day

YELLOW LEVEL

You can walk around all day

ORANGE LEVEL

You can walk around all day

RED LEVEL

Access including by sea, traffic and presence of people in the forest massifs are prohibited all day.

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These danger levels are determined daily by forest massif and by commune. They can be consulted from 6:00 p.m. (except in exceptional circumstances, this information is valid for the following day)

Access, traffic and parking of motor vehicles (except on roads open to public traffic) are prohibited all year long.

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