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Residentie La Pinède

Uw residentie midden in een weelderig park
245, boulevard d'Alsace Lorraine Presqu'ile de Giens , 83400 Hyères, Frankrijk
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  • Het beschermde natuurgebied van het schiereiland Giens, tegenover de Iles d'Or.
  • Het prachtige park van 3 hectare geeft direct toegang tot een zandstrand.
  • Het verwarmde buitenzwembad van april tot oktober en het kikkerbad.
Voordelen van de residentie
  • Aan zee
  • Buitenzwembad
  • Huisdieren toegestaan
  • WiFi beschikbaar in de accommodaties
  • Parkeren
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Studio Standaard 4 personen 2 nachten van 20/12/2019 tot 22/12/2019
Pierre & Vacances
Residentie La Pinède
Studio Standaard 4 personen 2 nachten van 20/12/2019 tot 22/12/2019

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  • Presqu'île de Giens

    Presqu'île de Giens

    Between the centre of Hyères and the îles d'Or, the Giens promontory is connected to the mainland by two sandbars which surround the salt flats and the Etang des Pesquiers. Aleppo pine forests and cliffs overlook the sea in this beautiful natural site.

    Over 270 species of birds have been identified on the Giens promontory. The Conservatoire du Littoral is responsible for the protection of this rich and fragile ecosystem.

    It is from this point that ferries depart, taking visitors to discover the "Golden Islands": Porquerolles, Port Cros and Le Levant await you. Discover their crystal clear waters, vineyards, the great abundance of life on the sea bed, as well as the sandy beaches and the chirping of cicadas.

  • Eglise Notre-Dame-de-Consolation

    Eglise Notre-Dame-de-Consolation

    Discover this lovely sanctuary at the top of the hill. The Costebelle Hill has, since the tenth century, been a place of pilgrimage for the people of Provence. But it was in the thirteenth century, after the return of St Louis from the Crusade that a shrine in honour of the Virgin Mary was built. According to legend, a mother prayed to the Virgin, asking her to bring her son back alive from the Crusades, and that in return, she would build a sanctuary.

    Destroyed by the Germans in 1944, and reconstructed after the war, the new Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation is a superb example of sacred art and important heritage of Hyeres. The façade consists of carved and moulded sculptures by Lambert-Rucki, and it supports a the Loire stained glass window. A centrepiece of post-war religious art.

  • Site archéologique d'Olbia

    Site archéologique d'Olbia

    In the fourth century before our era, the Greeks founded the fortified city of Olbia, the name meaning "blissful". In fact, the archaeological site of Olbia is the only site of its kind still visible on the Mediterranean coast.

    This ancient maritime trade centre boasts several and Roman and Greek ruins. This major site features spas, shops, shrines and homes.

    Down through the ages, the site had many other functions. Indeed, the remnants of the Saint-Pierre-de-Almanarre medieval abbey have also been unearthed here.

  • Port of Hyères

    Port of Hyères

    The harbour in Hyères looks out onto the Mediterranean, and is a pleasant spot to explore. Numerous sailing boats of varying sizes sit in this sheltered basin. The village is popular place for visiting sailors to stop and explore, along with the Giens promontory and the îles D'Or.
    The port plays an important role in this pretty town on the côte d'Azur. Head to the harbour for a stroll among the boats or enjoy a drink at a cafe and watch the world go by.

  • Ile de Porquerolles

    Ile de Porquerolles

    Off Hyères, the Iles d'Or are aptly named, as they are rich in natural treasures. Porquerolles is the Mediterranean at its best. The sandy beaches and clear shallow waters are perfect for children.

    Scuba diving, sailing and kayaking await lovers of the big blue. Walkers can get lost in leisurely strolls in the vineyards and discover the small coves of Porquerolles.

    The island also boasts a rich cultural heritage with fine views from the Moulin du Bonheur (Bonheur Mill), the Sainte-Agathe Fort overlooking the village and the Sainte-Anne church. After visiting the church, take a table at one of the terraces around the square, where you gave an excellent meal, accompanied by the chirping of the cicadas.

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