Though I have the fewest photos from our brief stop in Cassis, it remains in my memory as my favorite of the towns we visited in the South of France. Small, unassuming and delightfully un-touristy, Cassis was a gem.
It probably was my favorite because the markets are a defining aspect of the Provencal experience, and the Cassis market was the most vibrant of those we visited. Bright canopies, local produce, soaps and trinkets nestled under these gorgeous trees….
We bought cheese, charcuterie, dried apricots and raisins, bread and olives and had a picnic on the beach. My favorite low-key afternoon.