The Island of Porquerolles, an unmissable port of call during your holiday!
A short distance off-shore from the Côte d’Azur, the Island of Porquerolles is a veritable haven of peace and quiet that can only be visited on foot or by bike. Protected by its status as a National Park, it shelters some of the Mediterranean’s most gorgeous beaches. Equipped with your mask, snorkel and an irrepressible desire to get away from it all, come and explore it during your Sandaya campsite stay!
On the coast, your family campsite awaits you for a sublime holiday in the Var. Close to the beaches of Cannes, Fréjus and Saint-Tropez, come and relax in our heated swimming pools, enjoy a host of free entertainment and discover our fully-equipped accommodation, whether quirky or traditional they’re perfect for all the family. Holidays are always carefree when camping with Sandaya!
Visit the Island of Porquerolles with the family
Hardly off the boat, and the children will be wide-eyed with wonder before the idyllic beauty of the Island of Porquerolles! So it’s picnic basket in hand and off to one of the long stretches of soft fine sand on the northern coast, ideal for bathing with the family.
From west to east, each spot along the shore offers a true taste of paradise, just try the Langoustier, Argent or La Courtade beaches! But if there is one beach that you really shouldn’t miss it’s the Notre-Dame beach, voted Europe’s most beautiful beach in 2015! So, who’s up for a spot of snorkelling? All those who prefer watersports can enjoy paddling their canoe along the coastline, have a go at windsurfing or even try underwater diving.
Visit the Island of Porquerolles as a couple
If the northern coast is nothing but beaches of soft fine sand, the southern coast is picture perfect for all those who prefer their décor a little wilder and more private. The ideal spot for a walk, to enjoy hand-in-hand in total tranquillity!
And as you explore the well-maintained footpaths, the delightful scenery of this more rugged shoreline offers some superb viewpoints, each set against a glorious Mediterranean backdrop. The creeks here may not be as easy to reach but they offer a haven of peace and quiet, certain to delight your adventurous soul. The rocky calanque of Le Brégançonnet, calm and sheltered, is hard to beat when you’re looking to get away from the world!
Camping Island of Porquerolles: our handy tips for a successful stay
To really make the best of your visit, head for the tourist office when you arrive: a map of the island awaits you!
To the north of Porquerolles, visit the Sainte-Agathe fort, a listed historical monument. It offers a panoramic view of the island!
A gourmet meal at the restaurant or a quick snack, whichever you choose you’re certain to enjoy it sitting on the terrace just a step away from the turquoise water!
Treat yourselves to a romantic walk from north to south, through the vineyards and olive groves that cover the island.