Facing the Mediterranean, lies the city of palms, Hyères Les Palmiers (palmiers meaning palm trees). …
Facing the Mediterranean, lies the city of palms, Hyères Les Palmiers (palmiers meaning palm trees).
A short boat crossing from the Hyères peninsula leads you to an island of pine trees, vineyards, walking and cycling trails, and several small, sandy beaches.
Enjoy the beaches of Hyres, ride the waves or sail together.
A faboulous seaside town, medieval streets, markets, flower gardens, terrace ... rent bicycles for touring the city.
If you like flowers, or gardens, or quiet restful places, or great views, you'll love Park St Bernard.
From Villa Noailles and Parc Saint Bernard, the landscape on the old city is stunning.
Casteou Hill is a splendid place to look down on the rooftops of the old town and below to the new town which sprawls all around.
Castle of Saint Bernard is set on a hill of Costebelle, between the old town and the sea overlooking the peninsula of Giens.
After the day is done enjoy a romantic dinner.