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A charming sea-view hotel in La Ciotat,

nestled between beaches and Calanques

Fill your lungs with the scent of the sea at our site perched over the waves! It offers direct, private access to the beach. The Corniche du Liouquet where the hotel is situated, between La Ciotat and Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer, is in an unspoilt setting, tucked away from the town. Its breathtaking view of the sea, the Ile Verte island and coastline, is an open invitation to explore the area.

Hôtel Corniche du Liouquet has been fully renovated, and boasts ultra-comfortable rooms that command a view of the bay of La Ciotat. Open to the sea, they are an ideal venue for a pleasant stay on the shores of the Mediterranean.

A prime location in La Ciotat

Take advantage of your stay at Hôtel Corniche du Liouquet, ensconced between Provence and the Côte d'Azur, between the Var and Bouches-du-Rhône and between hills and shorelines, to enjoy our beautiful region and its many activities.Nearby you'll find high-end restaurants, beaches and water sport facilities, the Dolce Fregate 18-hole golf course overlooking the Mediterranean, walking trails, picturesque villages, vineyards, and much more.


Enjoy all the delights of a fully renovated boutique hotel, designed for your well-being and comfort, in a pine-shaded natural setting. Tastefully decorated with Ligne Roset furnishings, the hotel accommodates 12 fully equipped contemporary-design rooms, with or without a terrace. For a leisurely Mediterranean experience, nothing beats a stopover at our hotel, built into the Liouquet corniche, with its sea backdrop.


Ideally located on the Corniche du Liouquet, between the center of La Ciotat and Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer, close to the A50 motorway, our hotel offers an air-conditioned seminar room with sea view to accommodate 30 people in school and 20 people in U. The room is equipped with a video projector, screen, flipchart, pens, papers and mineral water. FREE PARKING - FREE WIFI

Business travelers

We offer breakfast during the period from October to April, excluding holidays and weekends.

To be able to benefit from it, it suffices to justify your professional motive (seminar, team building, etc.).

For more information contact us.


Thanks to the hotel's proximity to the Cassis Calanques in the Bouches-du-Rhône and the long beaches at Saint-Cyr in the Var, it offers opportunities to bathe and to discover the varied landscapes between the coast and the garrigue scrubland. Time to relax, have fun and explore!

Tailor your trip to your tastes: take in the historic region of Provence, the shores of the Côte d'Azur, hill-top villages or the islands off the coast.

The A50 motorway, not far from the hotel, provides easy access to Marseille (40 minutes), Aix-en-Provence, where you can see the famous Montagne Sainte-Victoire mountain range (45 minutes), Cassis and its fabulous azure water Calanques (25 minutes), Le Castellet, Bandol (15 minutes), the bay of Sanary, the Ile des Embiez island, the Cap Sicié peninsula, Toulon, etc.

La Ciotat

Known in the past for its shipyards, which employed 6,000 people, La Ciotat has become a leading seaport for repairing luxury yachts and building competition boats. What was a workers' town is now a successful seaside resort, charming in every way. The town associated with the Lumière brothers has a rich blend of heritage and architecture, boasting the world's oldest cinema (the Eden), chapels, squares, pedestrian street boutiques, beautiful beachfront villas, a port with colourful houses, quaysides and a vast array of restaurants that serve up wonderful Mediterranean fish dishes. La Ciotat is also, and above all, ideally situated at the heart of a rich and diverse natural environment. Don't miss the Mugel and Figuerolles Calanques, where you can have a bite to eat on the seafront, the Route des Crêtes coastal road dominated by the Cap Canaille mountain range, the Ile Verte, a small woodland paradise that offers good shade in the summer... 


Les Lecques

On the Provençal coast between Bandol and La Ciotat, the 1.4 km-long beach at Les Lecques is a paradise for families, bathers and sports enthusiasts. Located in Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer, just along the coast from La Ciotat, the beach is very popular with residents who bathe there almost all year round as well as with tourists. It stretches from the Port de St-Cyr to the Port de la Madrague in the picturesque Les Lecques bay. There are three parts to the beach. The section closest to the port and the centre of Les Lecques is sandy, and is the liveliest area. The central section is a pebble beach. And the other end, towards the Port de la Madrague, is sandy again. This section boasts a number of beachfront restaurants and snack bars as well as private beaches, where sunbeds can be hired. Paid parking facilities, lifeguard stations (open during the summer season), showers and public toilets are dotted all along the beach.



"He who has seen Paris and not Cassis has seen nothing", said Frédéric Mistral, a successful Provençal writer. Nestled in a spot of natural beauty, featuring pine forests, cliffs of ochre and white rock, and vineyards that stretch across flat plains and slopes right to the sea, Cassis is shielded by two natural landmarks: Cap Canaille (the highest sea cliffs in Europe), which blazes at sunset when the Mistral wind blows, and the white limestone Calanques. This small fishing port, known throughout the world for its cliffs which plunge into the sea and for its white wine, gives visitors a taste of the dolce vita. Narrow alleys, elegant shops, squares lined with pretty colourful houses reflected in the harbour water, and restaurants with welcoming terraces are the hallmark of Cassis. The small beaches sheltered by Cap Canaille complete this idyllic picture.


The Calanques

Our hotel close to the Calanques is ideally situated for exploring the Calanques Natural Park and its majestic scenery that ranges from ridges to cliffs plunging into the sea, from garrigue scrubland to pine forests, from Calanques (inlets formed by coastal erosion) to small coves with narrow beaches often inaccessible from the mainland, and from the coast to the islands off Marseille and La Ciotat... 20 km of marked trails lead you from Cassis to Marseille where you can visit the Calanques of Port-Miou, Port Pin, En-Vau (a dark inlet, deep enough to make you dizzy), Oule, Devenson, Œil de Verre, Sugiton, Morgiou, Sormiou, Marseilleveyre and Callelongue. Some of these Calanques shelter the famous beach cabins that used to be fishermen's cottages and that have now been turned into holiday homes for Marseille residents.