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Léa Rohfritsch
647 Chemin des Nartettes


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Property type Quantity
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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 421 421 460


Swimming Pool
Animals Allowed


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  • Porquerolles Island: Situated just off the coast, Porquerolles Island is a paradise with crystal-clear waters, pristine beaches, and lush Mediterranean vegetation. Visitors can explore the island by bike or on foot, discovering its picturesque landscapes and enjoying activities such as snorkeling and hiking.
  • Giens Peninsula: The Giens Peninsula is a stunning natural area in Hyeres, known for its beautiful coastal trails and panoramic views. It offers various water sports opportunities, including windsurfing and kayaking, as well as hiking trails for nature lovers.
  • Hyeres Old Town: Explore the charming streets of the historic Hyeres Old Town, filled with medieval architecture, quaint shops, and local restaurants. Admire the ancient buildings and immerse yourself in the authentic Provençal atmosphere.
  • Saint-Tropez: Located approximately 40 kilometers from Hyeres, Saint-Tropez is a glamorous coastal town famous for its luxurious yachts, upscale shops, and vibrant nightlife. Visit the old harbor, enjoy the sandy beaches, and experience the chic ambiance of this iconic French Riviera destination.
  • Port-Cros National Park: Accessible by boat from Hyeres, Port-Cros National Park is a protected marine reserve and an excellent spot for diving and snorkeling. Discover the diverse marine life, stunning underwater landscapes, and peaceful nature trails on the island.
  • Fort de Brégançon: Situated near Hyeres, Fort de Brégançon is a historic fortress that serves as the official retreat for the President of France. Although not open to the public, its picturesque location on a rocky island in the Mediterranean Sea makes it worth a visit for its scenic views.
  • Domaine du Rayol: Nestled between Hyeres and Le Lavandou, Domaine du Rayol is a beautiful botanical garden that showcases Mediterranean flora and landscapes. Explore its extensive grounds, enjoy guided tours, and learn about the region's rich biodiversity.
  • The Villa Carmignac: Situated on Porquerolles Island, the Villa Carmignac is an art museum that houses a remarkable collection of modern and contemporary art. The museum features rotating exhibitions and is set within a stunning natural environment. 10. Toulon: Located close to Hyeres, Toulon is a vibrant city with a rich maritime history. Visit its old town, stroll along the picturesque harbor, and explore the Naval Museum to learn more about the region's naval heritage.

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