Campsite located by the sea in Hyères
Ideally located in Hyères on the edge of the old salines, the Port Pothuau campsite offers you stays by the sea in the best conditions.
Several beaches are nearby. The beach of the train station is less than 20 minutes walk, and that of Salins within 25 minutes walk and only 7 minutes by bike. Less than 3 km away is also the large beach of Ayguade: you will reach it in 10 minutes by bike. A shuttle allows you in season to reach the beaches without effort. The proximity of the beaches is ideal to spend serene holidays and without constraints: you can take advantage every day of the pleasures of bathing, idleness and games on the fine sand.
No need to organize your day at the beach: you can spend a few hours in the morning before spending the afternoon exploring the region, you stop at night on your return from walk, where you still wander quietly after dinner. You can also discover the other beaches of Hyères, the peninsula of Giens and Porquerolles, to savor the diversity: wild coves and intimate, or large expanses of sand with beach clubs and shops, you will find the site adapted to your mood!
In Hyères, the ever present sea offers huge stretches of white sand, wild creeks hidden by undergrowth – everyone can find their own private spot of sea.
Notre Dame beach in Porquerolles
Porquerolles island: Notre Dame beach, bordered by a magnificent pine forest, with its limpid turquoise waters, was chosen as the finest beach in Europe in 2015.
L’estagnol, Cabasson, Bregançon beaches
L’Estagnol, Cabasson and Le Pellegrin, beaches with their evocative names, are ideal places to relax and laze about. Beaches with fine sparkling golden sand, crystal in waters where the turquoise turns to deep blue as the waters get deeper.
L’Almanarre is a white sand beach, 5 km long, on the western tombolo. It is the beach of choice for windsurfers and kite surfers.
Le Four à Chaux, Le Pradeau, La Darboussière… These wild creeks offer the opportunity to have a swim far from the hustle and bustle of the coastline – enjoy some peace and quiet next to La Madrague.
La Palud beach, Port Cros
at Port Cros, the tiny beach of La Palud is the setting off point for an underwater trail. All you need is a mask to swim with a wide variety of underwater species in emerald waters.
La Bergerie, La Badine beaches
Across from the Îles d’Or, La Bergerie and La Badine are fine sandy beaches with shallow waters – perfect for the little ones and for building amazing sandcastles…