In addition to its splendid natural setting, where the landscapes take you from fine sandy beaches to impressive and magnificent cliffs, it is described as a magical island, “the largest and most western of the three golden islands of Hyères”, just a few kilometres from the Giens peninsula.

A wild but romantic setting”.
The panorama is exceptional: lagoon-blue waters, the famous Argent beach, Notre-Dame beach. The latter is the largest and most remote beach on the island. Godard chose this paradisiacal setting for the shooting of his film Pierrot le fou with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Karina. The hero’s cabin, or at least what remains of it after so many years, is still visible at the end of the beach.

A protected island
Porquerolles is one of the most environmentally protected places on earth between land and sea . It is also a more peaceful and relaxing place, calm and quiet.  An ideal destination for a change of scenery holiday.

It is also an island with many facets: you will be seduced by its many creeks and creeks, the cuisine of the south is particularly highlighted as well as the many sports activities on offer (cycling, mountain biking, climbing, etc.).

A safe journey
Whether you are travelling for business or leisure, alone, with friends or family, Artheau Aviation offers to accompany you with a personalised solution adapted to your needs, respectful of the health context.
Users of private jets save precious time compared to regular lines: the duration of a business trip is reduced to a maximum and is limited exclusively to the flight time, as opposed to a regular line which is impacted by the sum of the constraints linked to check-in, security measures, boarding and baggage handling.

For any information or reservation of a private jet, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
+33 1 82 28 52 80

Practical information :
Cars do not circulate in Porquerolles, travel is on foot or by bicycle.
The main activities are hiking for its multiple points of view, mountain biking, the beach, and scuba diving.
Lectures, entertainment and guided tours of the island’s forts and national park areas are also available to the public all year round.
Classified site since 1988
Current exhibition summer 2020: extract: source France info 25 July 2020
” The island and its 12 km² of wild vegetation are protected by the Port-Cros National Park. When the Carmignac foundation settled there, it was necessary to respect the environment. Blending into the landscape, the museum has taken up residence underground. It hosts a photojournalism exhibition on the destruction of the planet: deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon, melting ice in the Arctic… Projections in the heart of Porquerolles To raise awareness of the ecological crisis, Porquerolles makes its cinema. One day a week, throughout the summer, a film on the environment is screened in the heart of the island. The next film to be screened will be Win Wenders’ Salt of the Earth, about the expedition of the Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado, who immortalised grandiose landscapes and endangered animal species”.

Sources : , Porquerolles Tourist Office.