Le port de l'ile de Porquerolles

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Le port de l'ile de Porquerolles

Le port de l'ile de Porquerolles
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johnhouston2
Knaresborough, UK4,195 contributions
Sep 2019
Just a 20 minute ferry trip from La Tour Fondue at the tip of the Giens Peninsula, the island of Porquerolles is a great place to visit. The area near the harbour has lots of bars, shops etc., and there are various walks you can take to explore the island. We simply took a 20 minute stroll to Plage d’Or along a lovely tree-lined road and it was superb.
Written 9 September 2019
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Hedimza
Seattle, WA332 contributions
Feb 2019 • Couples
This is the first thing you see when you come with the ferry. It’s clean, quiet and peaceful. People are nice and friendly all over. We had a chat with a security agent. He explained things about the island.
Nice place
Written 13 February 2019
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Venmor
Luzon, Philippines132 contributions
Jun 2018 • Family
the long stretch of the beach and the clear waters were very inviting. sad though that despite the nice weather, the water was cold. was excited to go swim. if you can tolerate the cold sea then you will love this place.

rent a bike, the island is huge to be explored on foot. the small village was very quaint, ice cream stalls are popular because of the warm weather.

food is more expensive than usual as expected. we ate at L’escale that had a nice view of the port and al fresco seating. french service as always will be slooooow.
Written 7 July 2018
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wendymabi
Chorleywood, UK220 contributions
May 2018 • Couples
This island is filled with warm memories! If you are a beach lover, bring a towel and stretch out in comfort, as the beaches are endless. We walked to the moulin de bonheur and were rewarded with spectacular views and a fabulous windmill. We then sauntered upwards, whilst cyclists in their dozens pedalled past us. We arrived at Fort Sainte-Maxime Agathe, which once again had amazing views! Finally we trudged further along the trail towards the famous lighthouse! I was running out of steam by then, as we had been on our feet for over 2 hours and we are no spring chickens! I’m glad we got to see it. This is a very pretty island, with many pheasants croaking in the background and we were also treated to a view of a field full of sweet donkeys! A great trip not to be missed! We caught the bateauvert boat from Ste Maxime and the journey took roughly 2 and one 1/4 hours.
Written 12 May 2018
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Tony36
Crowborough, UK990 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
After a short sail on the expensive ferry, we wandered round the port on arrival, all very interesting. Tourist Office was most helpful with a map and brochures. The village centre and square was quite a hive of activity but a picture postcard setting. I would guess it's not at all the same in the height of the season though. The crowds had gone by now. A must visit if you are in the area.
Written 12 September 2017
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plodders
Tiverton, UK99 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
This island is accessible via a short 20 min ferry crossing from
Hyeres- the Tour Fondue located at the end of the Giens Peninsular. The town is gorgeous with a large number of lovely restaurants to choose from, however, we bought freshly made baguettes from a local shop and then walked 10 minutes to the beautiful plage Courtade, the water here is crystal clear and perfect for snorkelling. After lunch we walked to the plage Notre Dame, another stunning beach with crystal clear water, paradise!!! If you visit for the day I would highly recommend hiring bicycles so you explore the island properly. Unfortunately we didn't but wished we had. When we return we will be looking to stay for a couple of days as it really is a beautiful island with incredible beaches, a definite must!!!
Written 14 August 2017
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gourmant2
London, UK137 contributions
Jun 2016 • Family
Spent a day with the family cycling around this stunning island. The beaches are absolutely stunning with clear water. Easy to escape the crowds and have a picnic on your private beach.
Highly recommend visiting this place although the ferry price is in my view overpriced.
Enjoy!
Written 27 October 2016
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Jean G
Tampa, FL95 contributions
Sep 2016 • Solo
When you land with a sailboat in this harbor, you feel welcome. Nice harbor, nice people, everything you need, helpful organization and administration
Written 8 September 2016
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Cecilia B
Turin, Italy86 contributions
Aug 2016 • Couples
I've been there in the central week of August with so many people and boats!
At the harbour entrance two "zodiacs" receive all incoming boats asking for sizes and number of nights and direct you to the docking place.
On each pier there is a person helping for the docking.
Really well organized.
Instead, toilets and showers could be improved in terms of cleaning and structures.
Written 29 August 2016
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Sophie R
Paris, France53 contributions
Jul 2016
Beautiful island with terrific beachs but too many people. If you can try to go in June or September but not July or August. If you still want to go there in the summer, get there as early as possible. Best thing is to rent a bike (book before to avoid waiting) and cycle to the Langoustier beach, a bit less popular than Plage d'Argent, voted one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe...
Written 26 July 2016
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