A calanque refers to a narrow and steep-walled inlet made of limestone or dolomite, and is commonly found in the Mediterranean coast. It is formed within the karstic regions due to the cave roof collapse from a rise of sea level or due to fluvial erosion.
This calanque in the Mediterranean coast in France is surely a sight to behold. The limestone peaks surrounding the stretch of powdery sand make for a great travel destination. This place is known to attract hundreds of tourists and locals everyday.
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