Several Ferry companies connect the mainland to Porquerolles island. From Hyères – the Tour Fondue located at the end of the Giens Peninsula with TLV TVM (all year round), but also from other coastal municipalities in Var (during high-season).

Prices 2020 on regular lines


  • Adult : 19.50 €
  • Reduced (*)  : 16.80 €
  • One way : 12.50 €

(*) Families, seniors (over 65 years), students and disabled persons on presentation of the card and groups (20 people min.)

Schedules for Porquerolles


Tlv Tvm

Tél. +33 (0) 4 94 58 21 81 
Departure from  Tour Fondue (Giens)

The bicycles transport return fare from La Tour Fondue is 14.50€ for an adult bike and 11.50 € for a child bike. Bike rentals are available on Porquerolles.

Departure from La Tour Fondue


Crossing boats for Porquerolles island starts from the port of Giens (La Tour Fondue). There are 3 car park

The shuttle TLV just in front of la Tour Fondue

When you arrive in Porquerolles

Personnalized departures


BoatTaxi “le Pélican”

Personnalized  departures to  Porquerolles depending on your schedule.

Tel. +33 (0) 6 09 52 31 19 • Prices • Booking


Boat Taxi Espace Mer

From  Hyères to Porquerolles, Port-Cros or Le Levant. All year round.

Tel. +33 (0) 4 94 58 94 94 •  Prices •  Booking

 

From other cities

Other ferry companies offer shuttles from other towns in Var (Toulon, La Croix Valmer, Le Lavandou, Cavalaire, La Londe, Ste Maxime, St Tropez, Toulon, Bandol and Sanary).

▼ From La Londe

  • Les Bateliers de la côte d’Azur – Tél. 04 94 05 21 14 – Site internet

▼ From Bormes les Mimosas (nouveauté)

▼ From Bandol

▼ From Sanary

▼ From Toulon – St Mandrier – Les Sablettes

  • Les Bateliers de la rade – Tél. 04 94 46 24 65 – Site internet
  • Les Bateliers de la Côte d’Azur – Tél. 04 94 05 21 14 – Site internet

▼ From Le Lavandou – Cavalaire – La croix Valmer

  • Vedette des îles d’or – Tél. 04 94 71 01 02 – Site internet

▼ From Saint-Tropez – Sainte-Maxime – Les Issambres

▼ From Saint-Raphaël


 

 

NB: Beware access to the Tour Fondue (at the end of the Giens Peninsula) may be very difficult in high season (particularly in August). Parkings tend to be fully occupied quickly. In order to avoid the crowds, please make sure to take the earliest shuttle possible (before 9.00 am).