The Provençal oasis.
Camping near HyèresDuring your holidays in the Cote d’Azur, discover Hyères les Palmiers, a sunny destination on the Côte d’Azur, just a few minutes from the campsite. This charming Provençal town is renowned for the beauty of its scenery, with countless palm trees lining the typical narrow streets of southern France. Fine sandy beaches and turquoise waters await you for unforgettable moments of relaxation. Explore its rich historical heritage in the heart of the medieval centre and admire the panoramic view of the surrounding area from the ancestral castle. Between unspoilt nature and water sports activities, Hyères les Palmiers, located close to the campsite, is an invitation to get away from it all.
Immerse yourself in history at old Hyères.
The historic quarter of the town, Old Hyères, is located close to the campsite. It offers a medieval-style immersion in the authentic charm of Provence. As you stroll along its cobbled streets, you’ll discover warmly-coloured facades, richly-carved old doors and squares shaded by century-old plane trees. Remains of the past, such as ramparts and towers, bear witness to the town’s fascinating history. Don’t miss a visit to the 12th-century church of Saint Louis, which once belonged to the Cordeliers convent, or the 10th-century castle built by the Lords of Fos. You’ll be captivated by the chivalrous atmosphere that reigns here, where time seems to have stood still and the Provençal art of living is at its height. From our campsite near Hyères, the small shops, street entertainment, cafés and restaurants invite you to soak up the warm, friendly atmosphere of Old Hyères, offering you an unforgettable experience steeped in authenticity.
La Villa Noailles.
The Villa Noailles, an architectural gem located near the campsite in Hyères, is much more than just a residence. This exceptional residence, designed by architect Robert Mallet-Stevens in the early 1920s for patrons Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles, has become a mecca for creativity and art right in the heart of Hyères. Nestling in the heart of a lush garden, Villa Noailles embodies the avant-garde movement of modern architecture. Its clean lines and bold geometry bear witness to the innovative genius of its creator. Today, the villa is home to the Hyères International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Accessories, which showcases young talent from the world of fashion and photography, and is supported by some of the biggest names in the field, including Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Hermès. With its captivating exhibitions and cultural events, the Villa Noailles is a must for lovers of art, architecture and design, offering a unique artistic experience in an exceptional historic setting. Don’t forget to book your stay at the Camp du Domaine near Hyères, so you can get there in just a few minutes.
Olbius Riquier Park.
Located in the heart of Hyères and close to the campsite, this magnificent garden offers an enchanting experience amid lush vegetation. Created in the 19th century by botanist Victor Riquier, the park owes its name to botanist explorer Antoine Olbius, whose statue sits at its centre. It boasts an incredible diversity of plant species from the four corners of the globe, as well as a collection of palm trees, making it a Remarkable Garden in the heart of Hyères. Botany enthusiasts will marvel at the exotic collection of trees, flowers and tropical plants, forming a veritable Mediterranean Eden. The shady walkways invite you to take a stroll, while the children’s play areas and picnic areas make it a popular spot for families. This park in Hyères is also home to a zoo with a variety of fascinating animals, making it a must-see destination for young and old alike. Whether you’re looking for a leisurely stroll, a relaxing outdoor session or a botanical exploration, the Parc Olbius Riquier is a green treasure trove that appeals to visitors of all ages.
The Giens peninsula in Hyères.
The Giens peninsula, a true unspoilt paradise located in Hyères, close to the campsite. It is a natural gem that appeals to travellers in search of wild beauty and escape. Linked to the mainland by a narrow isthmus, this peninsula offers a breathtaking spectacle with its fine sandy beaches bathed in dazzling blue crystal-clear waters. The Giens peninsulais also a prime spot for water sports, such as windsurfing, kitesurfing and scuba diving. Nature lovers will be enchanted by the diversity of landscapes, from secret coves lined with steep cliffs to lagoons of incredible ecological richness. The Giens peninsula is also the starting point for discovering the Golden Islands, Porquerolles, Port-Cros and Levant Island, unspoilt sanctuaries where nature reigns supreme. Between hiking, water sports and lazing on its idyllic beaches, the Giens peninsula promises an unforgettable experience in a natural setting of rare beauty, making it an unmissable destination for lovers of the sea and nature, just a short drive from the campsite.
The salt route in Hyères.
Located close to the campsite in Hyères, the Route du Sel (salt route) is a route steeped in history, retracing the salt-making past of this charming region of the Côte d’Azur. Once used as a transport route for salt extracted from the salt pans of the Giens peninsula, this typical seaside route winds through unspoilt natural landscapes and offers breathtaking panoramas of the wild expanses of the salt marshes. Along this route steeped in centuries-old traditions, visitors can discover the ancient activity of salt harvesting, an ancestral skill that has left its mark on the history of the region and the Giens peninsula. Today, the Route du Sel has become a popular walking and hiking route for nature lovers, who can observe the remarkable flora and fauna, including the rich avifauna that inhabit the salt marshes. It is also one of the most remarkable natural areas on the Cote d’Azur coast, favourable to the development of biodiversity and home to more than 300 species of birds, including pink flamingos, falcons, swallows, egrets and snipe.
Almanarre beach in Hyères.
The Almanarre beach in Hyères, just a few kilometres from the campsite, is a real paradise for lovers of water sports and nature enthusiasts. Nestling on the Giens peninsula, this stretch of fine sand stretches for more than 4 kilometres along a dazzling blue sea. Ideal wind conditions make it an internationally renowned spot for windsurfing and kitesurfing, attracting enthusiasts from all over the world. The multicoloured kites twirling in the sky are testimony to the effervescence of this lively beach. For those who prefer to relax, l’Almanarre also offers calmer areas, ideal for swimming and lounging. The unspoilt natural setting and surrounding dunes offer a haven of peace, allowing you to recharge your batteries in a sumptuous setting. If you’re looking for a 5-star campsite with accommodation close to a kitesurfing spot, to practise your favourite activity or discover the discipline, choose the Camp du Domaine where you can combine comfort with the pleasure of surfing.