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  • 1 Port-Cros Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Île de Port-Cros F - 83400 Hyères

    A day at Port-Cros is a real delight. With its small harbour where you can discover underwater flora and fauna and a botanical path overlooking the sea which, after the Estissac fort (exhibition) leads to Palud beach. Here the braver visitors take th..

  • 2 Îles d'Hyères Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 83400 Hyères

    The short crossing and walks around these well-preserved islands are bound to be a highlight of any trip to the Côte d'Azur. Inhabited in turn by monks, pirates and garrisons, the three Hyères Islands are each different but all idyllic: Le Levant is ..

  • 3 Giens Peninsula Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    route de Giens F - 83400 Hyères

    On this peninsula, between the two tombolos (strips of sand), the old salt marshes of the Étang des Pesquiers are home to pink flamingoes. In the little resort of Giens, where Saint-John Perse rests in peace, there is a fine panorama and a pretty lit..

  • 4 Beach Promenade Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 83400 Porquerolles

    Most of this walk is in the shade, on sandy paths carved out of the pine forests. The itinerary takes you along Courtade's fine sand beach then, after the Pointe du Lequin, turns sharply towards the sea and the lovely, huge and very remote Notre Dame..

  • 5 Porquerolles Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Île de Porquerolles F - 83400 Hyères

    Seven km long, 2.5km wide and covering 1 254ha, the largest and most most eastern of the Hyères Islands was named after this village. The northern coastline boasts numerous sandy beaches bordered by pines, heather and sweet myrtle. The southern coast..

  • 6 Villa de Noailles Interesting

    Museums and art

    Montée Noailles F - 83400 Hyères

    Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles commissioned this decidedly modern winter villa from the Belgian architect, Robert Mallet-Stevens. Completed ten years later, the villa became a meeting place for avant-garde artists: Giacometti, Cocteau, Picasso, ..

  • 7 Beaches of Hyères

    Nature and gardens

    F - 83400 Hyères

    Popular with families, Almanarre is a long beach along the salt marshes; Hyères-Plage is a resort flanked by a forest of umbrella pines; the two beaches of Ayguade-le-Ceinturon are separated by the port; and finally Plage des Salins (or Port Pothuau..

  • 8 Parc St Bernard (Noailles Garden)

    Nature and gardens

    rue St-Bernard F - 83400 Hyères

    The park next to the Villa de Noailles, at the foot of the ruins, boasts a wealth of Mediterranean plantlife as well as a view of the Maures, the old town, Giens Peninsula and the Hyères Islands through openings in the wall.

  • 9 Grounds of Castel Ste Claire

    Nature and gardens

    Avenue Édith-Warthon F - 83400 Hyères

    A leafy maze, dotted with steps, terraces and benches, laid out in the estate of an old Clares convent. At the top is the tomb of Colonel Voutier, the former owner of the villa, who discovered the Venus di Milo.

  • 10 Ruins of Château des Aires

    Nature and gardens

    route St-Bernard F - 83400 Hyères

    This windswept castle perched high up in the town affords a vast panorama of the coast through the remaining wall sections and vestiges of crenellated turrets.

  • 11 Church of St Louis

    Religious buildings

    rue St-Louis F - 83400 Hyères

    The old church of the Cordeliers convent, with a three-door façade surmounted by a rose window and cornice, illustrates the transition from Romanesque to Gothic style.

  • 12 Quartier Godillot

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    F - 83400 Hyères

    Having made his fortune by equipping the Second Empire army with godillots (shoes), Alexis Godillot went on to remodel this quarter, designing villas for the "rich winter visitors" (many of them British): Maison St Hubert (70 ave des Îles d..

  • 13 Quartier Chateaubriand

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    boulevard Chateaubriand F - 83400 Hyères

    The former Quartier d'Orient was built as of 1850 for the "winter visitors". Handsome villas - less fantastical than those in the Godillot quarter, around the Boulevard d'Orient and Boulevard Châteaubriand: you will see the Léon-Antoinette,..

  • 14 Sommet du Fenouillet

    Nature and gardens

    route du Fenouillet F - 83400 Hyères

    A path leads away from a neo-Gothic chapel to the summit of the Maurettes Massif, known as the Fenouillet (291m). From here, there is a magnificent panorama of the Maures and the ports of Hyères and Toulon.

  • 15 Chapelle Notre Dame de Consolation

    Religious buildings

    boulevard Félix-Descroix F - 83400 Hyères

    This chapel dating from 1955 and decorated with sculptures by Lambert-Rucki is mainly worth visiting for its huge stained-glass windows of blue and green glass by Gabriel Loire. Lovely views from the coast (viewpoint indicator).

  • 16 Olbius Riquier Gardens

    Nature and gardens

    Avenue Joseph-Clotis F - 83400 Hyères

    The Jardins Olbius Riquier 6.5ha gardens show the exuberance of Mediterranean plantlife, both outdoors and in greenhouses: palm trees, cacti, banana trees, fig trees... a veritable tropical forest that is home to deer and monkeys. Waterbirds, meanwhi..

  • 17 Île du Levant Island

    Nature and gardens

    Île du Levant F - 83400 Hyères

    Since 1931, a large colony of naturists has adopted the accessible part of the island, which is in the Héliopolis sector. If you prefer to keep your bathing suit on, head for Ayguade Port and the plage des Grottes (beach).

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