Hotel Les Mèdes Porquerolles Island
and its palm trees
During your stay on the island of Porquerolles, discover the most southern and oldest resort of the French Riviera, also called Hyères-les-Palmiers with its thousands of palm trees planted over the years. Its old neighborhoods clinging to the southern slope of the Castéou hill dominate the modern city and the harbor surrounded by the Cap Bénat and the Giens peninsula from where shuttles leave all year round for the islands of Porquerolles or Port-Cros.
To reach Porquerolles, you will undoubtedly pass by Hyères, the peninsula of Giens and the Tour Fondue from where the boats leave. If you have time, don't hesitate to make a stop in this beautiful city because Hyeres has an exquisite charm. Start your visit with the exceptionally preserved ancient site of Olbia. Continue through the old town with its medieval cobblestone streets and pretty, colorful houses. On weekends, visit the typical Provencal market on Saturday morning. Finally, visit the numerous monuments and gardens of the city: the Fort de la Repentance, the Saint-Louis church, the Saint-Bernard park at the foot of the Villa Noailles, the park of the Château Sainte-Claire...