Do not know where to go for summer? Come to Hyeres, a city that becomes everything you want it to be! Enjoy water sports and lazing by the sea on its paradisiacal and sandy beaches or take advantage of its matchless condition for sailing. If sunbathing is not your thing, there is a lovely old town that winds up the hills. Though, Hyeres has also been known to be the muse of multiple artists such as Picasso, Giacometti and Jean Cocteau who all spent their time at the Villa Noailles located on a roost above the town. You should visit the old town, a picture-book Province with wooden shutters, street markets, and restaurant terraces surrounded by the ochre walls of old buildings and a fortified chapel built by the Knight Templar. Wine lover? This medieval town is perfect for you! Province is known for its Rosé wine, and you can taste the different Rosé wines easily as there are 17 vineyard domains to visit and taste their own wine. In addition to these paradisiacal sides, you must-see the Giens Peninsula and the sensational islands of Hyeres which are natural wonders. Embark on a ferry and sail in the direction of the gorgeous archipelago at the South and East of this peninsula. There, you will find different islands with original characteristics. Hyeres will always satisfy everyone as it has everything you would wish for. So, book your flight and enjoy your stay there!
When it comes to the French Riviera, exploring the Mediterranean coastline by boat is an absolute must. Renting a boat might seem a little overwhelming at first. You’ll quickly find you’re spoiled for choice. Small boats, motorboats, sailboats, and larger yachts are all available on the French Riviera. Each boat provides a different way to experience France’s sparkling southern coast. If you want to experience Cannes like a celebrity, consider renting a catamaran for €600/day. You’ll sail the Mediterranean coast at the hands of a private skipper. If a catamaran isn’t your cup of tea, perhaps a luxury boat would suit your needs. Luxury boats are roughly €900/day and include a skipper. If you really want to blend in with the locals, rent a yacht! If you’re looking for something a little more low-key, consider renting a sailboat. Sailboat rentals range from €200/day up to €600/day and include a flexible cancellation policy. Note that a skipper is mandatory for a sailboat. This means all you have to do is step on board, sit back, and enjoy the views. Rental prices vary depending on the size of the boat, the season, and the rental location. We’re here to advise you on the very best boat rentals and can point you in the direction of a rental to suit your needs.