Located off the coast of Toulon, on the Mediterranean Sea, Porqerolles is the largest of the Hyeres islands. You can only explore this pristine stopover by bike or on foot. In the shade of eucalyptus trees, the harbour village will charm you with its old Saint Anne church. On the high areas further inland, the historical fort of Alycastre and Langoustier will reveal the island’s defensive vocation against pirate attacks. On the eastern side, attached to the Port-Cros National Park, you will wander through a vast pinewood forest, and then dive into one of the Porquerolles creeks famous for their clear blue waters.