The Peninsula of Giens



Its double tombolo is an almost unique formation in the world. A tombolo ? A coastal strip that connects an ancient island to the coast. Two beautiful sandy spires, great places for swimming and sailing water sports, which enclose ancient salt pans, refuges for nearly 300 species of birds. Before melting into the sea, the peninsula stretching south of Hyères takes the shape of a rocky and wooded caudal fin, cut by marvelous creeks.

Dreaming in front of a flight of pink flamingos at the Salins des Pesquiers

Hike in a wild nature, on the Pointe des Chevaliers

Diving along the cliffs full of anemones

Paddle a kayak from one cove to another

"Sunbathing" on one of the irresistible beaches of the peninsula