Focus on Hyères-les-Palmiers

À quelques kilomètres du Camping de La Pascalinette®, la ville d’Hyères s’étend en fait bien au-delà de son centre : les îles d’Or, aussi nommées “îles d’Hyères”, Porquerolles, Port-Cros et le Levant sont donc hyéroises. La presqu’île de Giens l’est aussi !


Hyères-les-Palmiers voit presque la moitié de sa superficie couverte par la forêt (soit plus de 6 000 ha boisés !), et côté sud 30 km de côte sauvage et non construite, de plages de sable ou de criques rocheuses accessibles à pieds ou en bateau…


Découvrez ses marais salants, laissez-vous captiver par ses quartiers aussi vivants qu’originaux… Laissez-nous vous présenter la ville du Var la plus au Sud de la côte d’Azur, une ville riche en histoire, en patrimoine culturel, haute en couleurs et verdoyante !


  Les Salins d’Hyères ancient saltmarshes

"Les Salins d’Hyères" ancient saltmarshes

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A fragile ecosystem, “Les Salins de Hyères” ancient saltmarshes in the Var are the perfect place for observing elegant avocets, white stilts and our legendary pink flamingos! Located less than 5 minutes from Camping de La Pascalinette®, just next to the pretty Port-Pothuau to the South of Hyères, already evoked in one of our articles, […]

Hyères-les-Palmiers

Hyères town

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An Official “Town of Art & History” since 2014, Hyères-les-Palmiers, located less than 15 mins from Camping de La Pascalinette®, boasts a rich architectural history dating back to Antiquity. From the ancient fortress of Olbia (meaning “happy”) at L’Almanarre (its land and underwater remains can still be visited), to the forts dotting the Golden Islands, […]

Villa Noailles

Villa Noailles

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Situated less than 10 kilometres from the campsite, on the hill where Hyères’ ancient castle lies, the architecture of Villa Noailles is truly astonishing. This avant-garde villa was built by the architect Robert Mallet-Stevens for the Viscount of Noailles and his wife, and features a fascinating Cubist garden and play on light and shade. Today, […]

Jardin Emmanuel Lopez - Porquerolles

Garden E. Lopez

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Le jardin Emmanuel Lopez à Porquerolles Planted with around 2.5 acres of typical Mediterranean plant species, the Jardin Emmanuel Lopez on Porquerolles island, one of the marvellous Golden Islands, vie for beauty with our campsite’s exceptional vegetation – and we love it! It is also home to several species of palm tree. Emmanuel Lopez was […]

Olbia archaeological snorkelling trail (Hyères)

Olbia archaeological snorkelling trail (Hyères)

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Olbia archaeological snorkelling trail (Hyères) Located 15 mins from the campsite (13 km), departing from Almanarre beach, the Olbia snorkelling trail features 2 underwater archaeological remains at a depth of less than 5 metres, set facing the fortress of Olbia, in Hyères. This very-easy trail allows snorkellers to voyage among Roman remains surrounded by large […]

Discover Giens Peninsula!

Giens Peninsula

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Giens Peninsula’s magnificent coastal footpath is located just 20 minutes from Camping de La Pascalinette®. Revel in a breath of invigorating sea air in the heavenly coves of Giens Peninsula, in Hyères, South of France, Provence-Mediterranean. Departing 300 metres after the little port of La Madrague, this 3-hour walk runs along the Var area’s coast, […]

Hyères castle

Le château d'Hyères

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Camping de La Pascalinette® recommends taking a walk up to the ruined ancient castle set at the top of the town of Hyères. Park in Hyères town centre, 10 mins from the campsite. Explore the historic quarter and its maze of narrow, colourful old lanes dating back to the Middle Ages. The scent of fruit, […]