The authentic medieval city

Hyères seaside resort, nicknamed "1000 palm trees", encompasses Giens peninsula and Golden islands : Porquerolles, Port-Cros and Levant Island...
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Best restaurants in Hyères-les-Palmiers 
Marchés sz ProvenceProvencal markets

flwebLa Capte [Friday]. Market La Capte
flwebLe Port [Sunday]. St Pierre Port Market
flwebHyères [Thuesday & Saturday]. Farmer's Market
flwebL'Ayguade [Wednesday]. Market Ayguade
flwebGiens [Thuesday]. Market Giens

Hyères plagesHyeres Beaches

Description beaches and beach attendants, beach restaurants...
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Palaces HyèresHyères time palaces

04/08. In the nineteenth, aristocrats and celebrities from Europe come to Hyères for the mild winter. They build palaces, churches and villas. Hyères also hosts the intellectual elite: Lamartine, Stevenson, Hugo, Tolstoï, Conrad ... staying flwebguided tour
Hyères concertLes Etoiles sur le Sable

Until to 16/08. The classic in all its forms on the sand! with harmony from Hyères - 50 musicians. "Class Corpus" Reversals of large tubes of POPs. Ray Charles Story by Olivier Leroy. At the border of jazz, blues and rock
Night of stars

06/08. Stargazing on the parking space 3000. Theme "Over the water: the search for life" by the OPF models & exhibition - Espace de la Villette 20.30: Conference astrophysicist Stephane Arnouts: large structures the Universe
Port de HyèresSaint-Pierre | Hyères port

Hyères Port has been approved by the Pavillon Bleu every year since 1989 with 4 docks providing a quality protected environmental setting. It is also the western gateway to the Pelagos Sanctuary for marine mammals managed by Port-Cros National Park



C.G.I. Billon


Agnes Malecki
Camp du Domaine

La Meridienne

Carte littoral varois Hyères les Palmiers La Londe les Maures Bormes les Mimosas Le Lavandou Le Rayol Canadel Cavalaire sur Mer La Croix Valmer Saint Tropez

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