Visit Porquerolles

When planning a trip, it is always best to know where you are going.
To get as much information as possible, you can contact the local tourist offices. You will find information on activities to do on the island: bike rental Porquerolles, scuba diving, hiking, kayak rental, or eating in Porquerolles


For information on the island of Porquerolles, or on the Golden Islands, several tourist offices can answer your questions.


Around the island of Porquerolles there are many places to discover. You can for example find Toulon, Hyères-les-Palmiers or visit the two other golden islands.

Our shuttles to Porquerolles

At Les Bateliers de la Côte d’Azur, we have been specialists in transporting passengers by boat to Porquerolles for several generations. We are more than just a transport company, we are passionate about this magnificent archipelago. We offer you several departure points to go to Porquerolles :

The tourist offices

For information on Porquerolles, you can contact the tourist office in Hyères, and directly on site, in Porquerolles.
The tourist offices of neighbouring towns such as Toulon will also answer your questions.

Porquerolles Tourist Office

The tourist office is located on the port of Porquerolles, and you can get there by getting off the pier.
The departure to Porquerolles can be done in several places, in Toulon, La Seyne-sur-Mer, and La Londe-les-Maures. In La Londe-les-Maures there is a free car park with 1,200 spaces, which is never full in summer, unlike the one at the Tour Fondue, which has to be paid for and is often full.
In July and August, the tourist office is open from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 6.15pm and on Sunday from 8am to 1pm.

Hyères Tourist Office

The Golden Islands are also called the Hyères Islands. For some of them, such as Port-Cros, you will not find a tourist office on site. If you want information, you will have to go to the tourist office of Hyères.

You can find it at the Rotonde du Park Hotel, avenue de Belgique, 83 400 Hyères.

Around the islandp

Visiting Porquerolles is an unforgettable experience,
so why not take the opportunity to come for a few extra days and visit the surrounding area?


There are many activities to do in Toulon. If you like hiking, you can climb the Faron and admire a magnificent panorama. If you prefer history and learning, you can follow us on a guided tour of the Toulon harbour. If you want to discover the city, you just have to follow the nails in the ground which will make you discover the incontrovertibles of Toulon, and if you like shopping, you will find the Mayol shopping centre, or a little further on the avenue 83, and of course the beaches are waiting for you.


Come and discover the old town of Hyères, where the town has a medieval feel. You can also take part in guided tours of the town. You will also find beautiful gardens on your walk. On the Gien peninsula, at nightfall, you can observe the stars. As Gien is free from light pollution, the stars are easily visible. The beaches of Hyères and its surroundings are incredible, and will offer you an unforgettable stay.


Port-Cros, like Porquerolles, is one of the Golden Islands. It is the wildest of the three. Port-Cros is a national park since 1963. On the island, the main activity is discovery. Indeed, whether it is discovering the seabed, diving, snorkelling, or following the underwater path of the Plalud beach, everything is possible. You can also discover the island, thanks to the paths, and numerous monuments on the island, testifying to a past full of history.

The island

Porquerolles, and the islands of Hyères in general, benefit from a typically Mediterranean climate with more than 300 sunny days per year.
It is thanks to this sun that the island can produce good wine, that the animals live happily and that the flora is flourishing and so rich.

Map of the island

You can find the map of the island at the Porquerolles tourist office, which is located at the boat’s exit from the port. The pier is located in the orange zone, the eastern and western parts of the island are rather mountainous, and most of the beaches of Porquerolles are in the north. To the west of the island is the Langoustier peninsula, where you can find Le Mas du Langoustier, a renowned gourmet restaurant. A very small part of the island is inhabited by man, the rest is wild. On the island, there are many forts, as the islands of Porquerolles had a strategic place, and several defensive forts were built on the island.

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