Discover the island of Porquerolles
Porquerolles Island is the largest and most westerly of the three islands of Hyères. It is 7km long and 3km wide and is the most inhabited and most visited island.
It enjoys almost daily sunshine (more than 300 days of sunshine per year), which makes it a dream destination all year round with mild winters and hot summers pleasantly cooled by the sea air. As soon as you arrive on the island, you will be charmed by the marina and then by the village with its houses lined with generous vegetation. In the centre of the village you will find the large Place d'Armes and the church of Sainte-Anne, surrounded by numerous restaurants, ice cream parlours and shops.
From there, you can choose to visit the island on foot or by renting a bike.