Holidays in Hyères and its surroundings
Territory with varied landscapes, renowned for the beauty of its islands and the richness of its seabed, Hyères is an ideal destination for vacationers looking for a change of scenery. The omnipresence of the sea and the mild climate invite you to relax on the beaches, swimming and water sports.
You will find large family beaches such as those of Almanarre or Madrague, but also wild coves such as those in the peninsula of Giens: the Hermitage beach or the creek of the lime kiln listed among the most beautiful.
The beauty of Hyères and its islands Porquerolles and Port Cros is discovered through many walking paths to walk with family, on foot or by bike. The coastal path, 20 km long, crosses paradisiacal scenery between cliffs, pine forests, sea and salt marshes. City-garden, Hyères seduces for its palm trees, its orange trees and its blooming laurels.
4 parks labeled “remarkable gardens” are to discover: the garden Olbius Riquier ideal for children, the park of Castel Sainte-Claire bloomed all year round, the Saint-Bernard park terraced, or the plantier Costebelle. Hyères is also a typical southern atmosphere with its petanque grounds and lively terraces, colorful markets, and many sports and leisure activities to practice with the family.
Hyères, 3 glorious islands, a peninsula with two tombolos that is unique in the world, unspoiled countryside, sparkling turquoise waters, 300 days of sunshine every year… a pocket paradise!!!
Small fishing village which has retained a delightful authentic atmosphere – the opportunity to see the last traditional boats (pointus) from Hyères, an unspoiled spot with 200 different species of bird. It also has one of the best bouillabaisses on the coast!!!
Giens Peninsula is unique in the world and is linked to mainland France by two stretches of sand 5 km long, known as double tombolos. It is also home to a remarkable bird sanctuary. The fishermen of the ports of Le Niel and Madrague sell their fresh fish in a typically southern setting…
A mere 10 minutes from the coast, this island boasts an idyllic countryside, fine sandy beaches, creeks with turquoise waters reflecting the distant islands… Notre Dame beach is regularly chosen as the finest beach in Europe. (Tickets for sale at the campsite reception)
Hyères, a charming mediaeval town with its narrow streets and typical markets … All the ambience and buzz of Provençal life. Fine sandy beaches and turquoise waters, wild unspoiled countryside for walks or bike rides lulled by the song of the cicada … Any number of fun things to do…
Port-Cros, the wildest and most unspoiled island of the Îles d’Or. You can explore it from end to end along way-marked paths. Classed as one of the 10 finest snorkelling spots in the world… Get your flippers, masks and snorkels ready!!!
Le Levant is a charming little naturist village. While you can keep your clothes on in the harbour and the village square, naturism is allowed everywhere and is compulsory beside the sea (Only 20% of the island is accessible, and the rest of the island is a military zone)