The islands of Hyères are a small archipelago in the south of France, consisting of 4 main islands and other islets, the best known being Porquerolles and Ile du Levant. The Mediterranean climate of the region is conducive to relaxing and swimming on the beautiful beaches of the area. Hyères also hosts a number of sailing events throughout the year such as the IYCH, which organises regattas and other races.
In this region, which is particularly popular with yachtsmen, there is no shortage of well-rated anchorages. On the island of Hyères, the anchorage of La Courtade is highly rated by the community. In the Port-Cros National Park, the anchorages of Baie de Port Man or Calanque Longue are considered as essential by our users.
With Navily, you will always find the best ports and anchorages in the area.