This Tuesday, the Calanques National Park presents to the press its device for restricting access to the Calanque de Sugiton.

For the first time in France, a “visiting permit” will be tried out in this little overcrowded Mediterranean cove threatened with erosion, in the heart of the Calanques national park, in Marseille.

According to the explanations of the director of the Calanques national park at

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, from July 10 to August 21, visitors will now have to reserve their place online, free of charge, on a dedicated platform, either four days before, or two days before their passage.

Only 300 people will be able to visit this calanque daily.

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