217 result(s) for : the salt route

La Route du Sud

La Route du Sud

...Route du Sud is specialized in motorboat rental since 1990 in the port of Hyères. Open all year round. Rigid and semi-rigid boats from 6m to 12m. Route...


The saltmarshes birds

The saltmarshes birds

...An exceptional biodiversity The Hyères salt marshes are divided into two wet zones: the Ancient salt marshes and the Pesquiers salt marshes. Outstandingly beautiful, they are home to...


Guided tour : salt history

Guided tour : salt history

...Salt: this precious commodity has made the town's fortune. Our guide will take you on a tour of the Salin des Pesquiers, a bird sanctuary. Your guide will...


Almanarre Beach

Almanarre Beach

...Right on the other side of the "route du sel" (Salt Road) are the former Salt marshes, now a bird reserve, where you can observe Flamingos among many other bird...


Hiking in Giens

Hiking in Giens

...oiseaux Hiking in Giens Walk the Line The ‘Salt Route’ runs along the western part of the tombolo, parallel to the Almanarre beach. While this long road becomes very crowded...


Coastal cycle route – V65: Le Pradet > Carqueiranne

Coastal cycle route – V65: Le Pradet > Carqueiranne

...inland, following the route of the old Provence railway. The Parcours Cyclable du Littoral crosses 20 communes in the Var. To take this route is to discover the diversity of...


Hyères districts

Hyères districts

...trucks and families returning from the beach all contribute to this very special atmosphere   Pétanque players, Square Daviddi, The salt Marshes Located next to the ancient salt marshes, the...


A typical dish from Provence

A typical dish from Provence

...garni, salt and pepper. Bread to make croutons. The method: Peel the potatoes and cut into large pieces. Cut the leeks into thin slices; Coarsely chop the onion and 1...


Salt marches history (guided tour for children)

Salt marches history (guided tour for children)

...of salt will be revealed to you! Why do migratory birds come to nest on the Pesquiers salt flats? Come see them up close and listen to their stories. Binoculars...


Discover the Olbia archaeological site

Discover the Olbia archaeological site

...They call it “The Blessed Olbia”. In the 4th century B.C., it is a military and commercial outpost on the maritime route to Marseille (Massilia). Animal skins, corrals, oils, wine...