Port-cros National ParkCurrently Open
- Address: 83400 Hyères, France, Hyeres
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park
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Port-cros National Park, Hyeres Reviews
Stunning, unspoilt, tranquil and much more. Come and do these islands and you won't be disappointed. So wish we could have spent longer. We will be back!
Great attraction, worth a revisit. We likely had the best time of our holidays here. We recommend hiking and snorkeling here. Thank you for taking good care of this unique perl.
It is not worth the money. From the distance the nature looks awesome but if you are closer the reality is much different - the beaches near the port are extremely overcrowded - you need to walk at least 2 hours to be in more calm environment. Beside that the beaches are pretty same - in the water are slippery stones full of sea mushrooms, sea grass and nothing else. The beaches are also in part covered with dried sea grass. To cover that all in every step you will be followed by Haematopota pluvialis - you cannot stop because they are everywhere!
Beautiful island and abundant marine life. Snorkel trail in front of the plage de Palud is well done.
A real Paradise on Earth. The island consists of schist which sparkles in the sunlight and at some places crumbles into glittery sand. The vegetation is exceptionally rich and dense, offering almost no possibility for walking off the beaten path. Human-sized rosemary bushes, olive trees and various other plants offer home to a wide variety of animals, including but not limited to cicadas, grasshoppers, moths, spiders. This, coupled with the abundance of shadows and the often breezy climate makes the island a perfect hiking opportunity for lovers of nature. Preparations must be made, however, since there are almost no vehicles on the island and despite the relatively small distances (4-5 km from one end to the other) the changes in elevation and the generally difficult paths result in longer than expected tours. Add to this the many spots offering wonderful vistas and a few kilometres hike can easily take multiple hours, at which point the lack of built infrastructure (especially drinking water) can be a hindrance if not accounted for beforehand. The island has a plethora of beaches ranging from the popular Plage de Sud to the eternally deserted Plage de Port Man on the eastern end. Snorkeling is greatly recommended due to the incredible variety of sea life including fishes, seaweed, jellyfish, cuttlefish, sea stars, sea urchins, flatfish, sea anemone and sponges. (We have personally seen each of these in our week here, armed with only a basic snorkeling set and no previous experience). There are a number of fortifications, most of those are either closed to the public or have fallen into disrepair. The village has a port for harboring ships and give restaurants for serving hungry sailors and holidaymakers the various delicacies along some of the more conventional meals. The prices range from the average up to the luxurious, but in my opinion the experience is worth it as all of the restaurants have a view to the sea. There is only one shop, which sells only holiday essentials like sunscreen, snorkeling equipment, souvenirs and postcards, so self-catering is not a viable option. There are about four ferries a day to and from the island, therefore I'd definitely recommend booking some accommodation in the island in order to be able to experience the tranquility of the sunset or sunrise alone on a beach. A single day is nowhere enough to discover what this hidden pearl of an island has up its sleeves, we had a week here and still haven't gotten around to checking out everything that could be done, seen and eaten here.
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