Porquerolles is an unspoiled island, with white sandy beaches, wild coves, pine forests and exceptional marine life.
There are several hiking trails, ranging from quiet walks along the coast to more challenging hikes through the hills and forests.

Porquerolles, the island of fine sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters. Discover a true paradise just a few minutes from the Giens peninsula by boat. Visit the island's beaches on foot or by bike. Enjoy your stay with different activities, restaurants and snacks.

Beaches on the island 

Visit the idyllic beaches on the north coast of the island. You can get there on foot or by bike:

- La Courtade beach
- Langoustier beach
- Langoustier black beach
- Notre Dame beach
- La plage d'Argent

Take advantage of this opportunity to make the grand tour of the island. On the south side, discover the coves that are worth a diversion!

Respect for the beaches

The island's beaches are protected natural areas and are subject to rules.
- No smoking outside the village.
- No animals allowed on the beaches.
- No pollution, no camping and no bicycles on the beaches.
- Respect the vegetation, the fish...

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A breathtaking setting

Places and monuments

There are many monuments to discover on the island. Take advantage of the national park to learn about the history of the historic Church of Saint Anne. From June to September, take a guided tour of the Moulin du Bonheur. Explore the Porquerolles Lighthouse, one of the most powerful lighthouses in the Mediterranean. Discover the Contemporary Arts exhibitions, a sculpture garden at the Villa Carmignac.

7 more monuments and places are waiting for your visit!


The island offers various activities and leisure activities to make the most of your stay. Would you like to rent a mountain bike or a boat, go scuba diving? Or practice a water sport? It's possible on this beautiful island!

A stay in paradise

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For your stay, discover a wide choice of accommodation:
- Residences
- Apartments
- Studios
- Villas
- Hotels

Some of the accommodation has sea views, heated or outdoor swimming pools. Pets are allowed in 36 accommodations.

Fort Sainte-Agathe

Fort Sainte-Agathe is a fortification located on the peninsula of Saint-Tropez. Built in the 17th century by King Louis XIV, the fort was designed to protect the town against sea invasions.
The fort was designed in a military style, with thick walls, watchtowers and a sophisticated defense system, it offers a breathtaking view of the bay of Saint-Tropez.
Discover the history of the fort and contemporary art exhibitions in its rooms.

Restaurants and snacks

The island's restaurants and snack bars offer different cuisines, brunches, aperitif dinners and gourmet meals. In an idyllic setting, you can discover different cuisines: Corsican, Provençal, Italian, Thai or other...

Take advantage of the shaded terraces to enjoy the village atmosphere. You can also eat by the sea, a few metres from the turquoise waters...

Find the Orangery, the Pelagos, the Escale and many others on : https://www.hyeres-tourisme.com/les-iles-dor/porquerolles/restaurants/

The island of Porquerolles

An idyllic setting


Find the shops you need for your stay on the island:

- Bakery
- Butcher's shop
- Supermarket
- Post office
- Shops (clothes, decorations...)

Island offers

The island is ideal for a romantic or family stay. Discover the discounted offers available on https://www.hyeres-tourisme.com/les-iles-dor/porquerolles/le-temps-dun-week-end/

Carmignac Foundation

Don't forget to visit the Carmignac Foundation. A foundation that offers a unique artistic experience in a wild and preserved setting! 2000m² are dedicated to exhibitions of contemporary art.

Carmignac Foundation

Work exhibited at the Carmignac Foundation

Opening hours, prices and access 

Opening hours

Boat timetable
Available every day.
In season: 8am to 5pm
Out of season: 8am to 12pm - 2pm to 5pm
Exception Sunday: 8.30am to 11am.


Boat prices
April and October

Adult: 22€
Reduced: 17,70€

One way ticket: 13€.

From May to September
Adult: 24€
Reduced: 21

One way ticket: 14€.

November to March
Adult: 17,70€
Reduced: 17,70€

One way ticket: 13€.

Reduced rates: young people from 4 to 26 years old, large families, seniors over 65 years old, people with reduced mobility (on presentation of card) and for groups (minimum 20 people).
Free for children under 4 years old.


Before boarding
3 car parks next to the pier:
- Parking des îles
- Parking Porquerolles
- Parking Indigo de la Tour Fondue

Departure for Porquerolles
- Port de la Tour Fondue
- Port du Lavandou
- Port de Toulon