MARSEILLE, FRANCE - 25 MAY 2014: The railroad of the Blue Coast train line passes by the western calanques of the Cote Bleue (Blue Coast)
in L'Estaque, Marseille, France on May 25th 2014. The Blue Coast, which streches from Marseille to the lake of Etang de Berre for approximately 15 miles, is comprised of 6 miles of entirely preserved nature. The site is also known as Provencal Venice.
L'Estaque is a small Fishing village outside Marseille which, for over half a century, attracted a stream of great artists including Paul Cézanne, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Raoul Dufy and Georges Braque.
Administratively, L'Estaque belongs to the commune of Marseille.