HyeresHyères: 5kms

Road salt: along the beach Almanarre, stroll to the edge of the salt marsh, come enjoy the birdlife (flamingos, herons …).

The coastal path from Madrague harbour to the Badine Beach: Hiking rather sporting about 6 hours to go around the Giens Peninsula.

HyeresPorquerolles : 11kms + 15 minutes by boat

The island is classified since 1988, offers visitors beautiful walks and bike rides, attractive beaches and stunning views along the southern cliffs overlooking a shimmering sea. This is a must visit when in the area. Departure of the boat to Porquerolles fondue tower (Hyères).

HyeresPort-Cros : 8kms + 40 minutes boat

National Park since 1963, this island can be visited on foot. Several trails are available to hikers as the trail of plants, circuit boxes, the valley of loneliness, Port-man circuit. The majority of visitors come to Pors-cros for its seabed which are among the finest and most populous Mediterranean Host facilities for tourists are less developed than in Porquerolles and there is a small beach.

Le Pradet : 3kms

The coastal path: Start Pine gall (beach parking) After strolling through the tiny streets of the fishing village you take the beautiful coastal path. Brave go to Port Sablettes (Carqueiranne), hiking around 3:45.

Toulon : 12kms

Le Mont Faron: This hike offers a breathtaking view over the bay of Toulon and its surroundings. You can overlook the harbor by taking the cable car from Toulon. Sensations guaranteed! You can also visit a very charming little zoo.

Estagnol beach: 21kms

Certainly one of the most beautiful beach in Mediterranean, 475 m sandy, accessible by car, access and pay parking (mandatory). Searched for a shady pine forest, park Estagnol borders the famous cove. Lagoon, popular for its wildness, allows you to walk longer and facilitates bathing toddlers.

Bormes les mimosas: 25kms

Bormes ranks as one of the most beautiful medieval villages of Provence. it is an essential step of discovery for lovers of old stone and history buffs.
Venture into its winding streets, go to your inspiration, you will be delighted that: period architecture, carved doorways, facades weathered the colors of the Midi, arches housing flea markets, small shops or hatters …

St Tropez: 54kms

Capital International tourism has become a myth, St Tropez has contributed to the fame of the French Riviera. A St Tropez everything is famous:
– Beaches: Bouillabaisse, Caneliers, Salins and Pampelonne …
– Place the Strings where, under the trees, place portions of mixing bowls stars of show business and local celebrities wearing the famous leather sandals, the “Tropéziennes” sip Pastis at the cocktail hour.