The island of Porquerolles is the largest and most westerly of the three islands of Hyères with its 12.54 km² surface area. It is located just 2.6 km south-east of the Tour Fondue, the southern tip of the Giens peninsula.See the weather
After a short boat trip from the Tour Fondue harbour, you will arrive at the main quay of the island: the Leila Le Ber quay. A 5 minute walk will take you to the Place d'Armes in the heart of the village. It is at the top of this square to the right of the church that the Villa Sainte Anne is located.
Famous for their fine sand, the beaches of Courtade, Notre Dame, Plage d'Argent and Plage Blanche du Langoustier are also surrounded by small intimate coves where the turquoise blue water stretches as far as the eye can see.
Following the paths nestled in the heart of the island, you will discover the vineyards and wine estates, the collections of olive trees and other orchards maintained by the National Park.
The steepest part of the coast offers a panorama of the Mediterranean Sea which stretches to infinity, cliffs and creeks which are more or less accessible and beautiful hiking trails.Activity