Located on the coast of the Var between St Tropez and Toulon, the medieval city of Hyeres les Palmiers offers its visitors an exceptional quality of life and all the ingredients for a successful stay : the sun (300 days/year, the sea and its many related activities, the islands for a guaranteed touch of exoticism, footpaths, cycle tracks. The 48 spacious rooms (from 18 to 28m2) for couples or families (maximum 4 people) are equipped with air conditioning. In the hotel you will find a restaurant and a terrace, a bar and a lounge to welcome you free wifi access and a free car park. The hotel also provides 4 assembly rooms (maximum 60 people) for seminars (study days with coffee breaks and lunch) or for family events (birthdays, baptisms,…). Welcoming groups is one of our most important specialties : excursions and tours with a guide, animations, museums…(obligatory reservation, minimum 20 people). You will be welcomed by a dynamic and smiling team at the restaurant for a moment of relaxation and good food and drink.
The Hotel Les Printanieres has 48 rooms (18 and 28m2), all renovated and equipped with bathroom with shower or bath, television, telephone, and air conditioning / heating individually controlled reversible. Some rooms are equipped for disabled guests
At 4 km away beaches and center city, our restaurant, a dynamic and smiling team welcomes you for a moment of relaxation on its terrace under the olive trees. Further to a reorganization the restaurant is every lunchtime closed and on Sundays evenings. (Consult us beyond 20 Persons).
The hotel also provides 4 assembly rooms (maximum 60 people) for seminars (study days with coffee breaks and lunch)
• Standard Equipments: overhead projector, Paper board, free wifi access, still or sparkling water, folders.
• On request (charge free) : video tape,television.
• Equipment charged according to use : phone,fax,copycat
• Bridge lounge, television lounge,bar.
• Pool hall,
• Terrace under the olive trees,
• Table Tennis
Enjoy beautiful sandy beaches only 5 km from the hotel where you can do you water sports or just lounge on the beach… Departure to Porquerolles by boat from “La Tour Fondue” ( Peninsula of Giens ) Departure to Port-Cros and Le Levant by boat from the Port of Hyères.
After a stroll on the port, have a walk in the old city of Hyeres. Along the cobbled stone streets you will discover the Templar Tower ( 12th century ), the Saint Claire Castle and its exotic Mediterranean garden, the Villa Noailles ( cubist art ). From the Medieval castle ruins you will have a beautiful panoramic view of the city and the Golden Island.
The Golden Islands
7 km long and 3 km large and 1250 hectares. Porquerolles is the biggest of the 3 islands. Thanks to well established network paths, The Island of Porquerolles is best to be explored by bicycle. The paths go to all the sites that are worthy of a visit: On the northern side of the island, the beaches are numerous and idyllic. The National Park of Port-Cros is greener and has thicker vegetation than Porquerolles. You will be able to discover it only on foot. In contrast to other protected areas, this national park covers not only the land of the island but extends 600m of sea area around the island.
A stop in Toulon which the biggest town of the Var department is highly advisable. Go on a 1 hour trip by boat to have a view of the whole bay and first military harbor of France. Then the great Provençal market is waiting for you with fruit and vegetables, and spices and flowers: a delightful moment not to miss
Bormes les Mimosas
Bormes les Mimosas is a picturesque provençal village. Enjoy the peacefulness and the charm of its cobbled stone alleys, a range of 90 species of mimosas and luxuriant flora such as Bougainvillea, Plumbago…The old city centre is delightful with lots of typical shops and craftsmen…From the ruins of the medieval castle you will have a lovely point of the area.
Discovered by the impressionist painters in 19th century, it is known today for its famous and wealthy guests, its history with the iconic Brigitte Bardot, and its role in the liberation of Southern France in World War II. But it has also remained a colorful little fishing port with a lovely fish market every morning and a Provençal market every Tuesday and Saturday.
Cassis et les Calanques
It is a popular tourist destination, famous for its cliffs and the sheltered inlets called calanques that you can discover by boat or on foot. Turquoise water, green Pine trees and limestone cliffs create a wonderful landscape…
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