Make the most of your holidays
at Camping la Tour Fondue

Find out about Presqu’île de Giens and the surrounding area.

Beaches and coves

Camping La Tour Fondue is surrounded by coves along the coastal path.

  • Le Bouvet à 200 m
  • Le Pradeau à 800 m
  • Small coves from 300 m away
  • For long sandy beaches: direction Almanarre 3 km or la Badine 2 km.

Iles d’Or

The ferry for Porquerolles is close to the campsite. Take a 20 minute trip and discover a very beautiful island with natural charm. The paths are ideal for exploring the island on foot or by bike. Not to be missed on Porquerolles are the beaches of Notre Dame and Argent, the village, the olive groves, the Pointe du Langoustier and Fort Ste Agathe with its view of the Mediterranean and the town of Hyères.

Port Cros National Park protected by the Conservatoire du Littoral, and is a wild, 100% natural island. Port Cros can be explored by land along its pathways with pine trees, eucalyptus trees and cicadas, but also by sea with the Palud beach underwater trail with all the fish and corals. To discover the riches Port Cros has to offer, remember to bring your trainers or walking shoes, along with your mask and snorkel.

From Hyères harbour, towards Le Levant – the naturist island of the Iles d’Or. In complete harmony with nature, stroll under the pine trees and enjoy the island beaches for a refreshing swim.

Hyères town centre

During your holiday at La Tour Fondue, take time to visit Hyères and its town centre. In particular, we suggest you visit the old town, public gardens (St. Clare and St. Bernard), the Villa Noailles and the ruins of the castle with its views over the city and the Presqu’île de Giens.

The Var’s top spots

  • îles d’or
  • Rade Toulon view from mont Faron
  • Bormes les Mimosas
  • Saint Tropez
  • Calanques de Cassis in Marseille
  • Verdon
  • Grimaud

Presqu’île de Giens and the surrounding area