French Riviera - Saint Tropez - Massif des Maures - Saint Maximin - Sainte Baume - Sainte Victoire - Bandol - Hyères and Porquerolles Island - Gorges du Verdon - Thoronet Abbey - Cotignac - Fréjus - Saint Raphaël - Esterel
Hyères is a seaside resort in the Var, located about twenty miles east of Toulon. With Hyères,
also called Hyères les Palmiers begins the famous Côte d'Azur, the french Riviera. Hyères
has a climate and sunshine of the warmer. On the town is the Giens peninsula, bordered by long sandy beaches and shingle five kilometers long.
The Iles d'Hyeres off the city include the three islands of Porquerolles, Port-Cros and Ile du Levant. They are true gems of nature beautifully preserved. You can visit by boat from the port of Hyères and Giens Peninsula. We practice walking and hiking in unspoilt nature and scuba diving in the sea-bottom of a wide range, Port-Cros is a national marine park of 1300 ha at sea on the coast facing the islands of Hyères, Bormes-les-Mimosas and La-Londe-les-Maures are two charming resorts backed the Massif des Maures.