Useful information

Parkings, harbor master, fire risks and other information about the national park are on this page


Are dogs allowed in Porquerolles ?

Your dog wants to visit Porquerolles with you ?  It’s such a good idea !  Froliking in the woods and around the vines seems like a nice program is it ? Anyway, you just have to know that it is possible but you’ll have to respect some rules.  It deserves a special page on our […]

Parkings-Tour Fondue

Here is a list of the parkings located at the Tour Fondue at the end of the Giens peninsula, a few meters away from the pier where the ferry boats to Porquerolles depart. Buses should contact the parkings before arrival.

Porquerolles Harbour

Here are some useful information if you arrive  by boat on Porquerolles island. Porquerolles’ port is very sheltered from the  east wind.  Oriented North, it is protected  by a dam and rocks.   Facilities and services 689 berths, including 592 on the quay, 300  visitors (<145ft) Visitors : Floating pan along the dike (<42ft) Depth: outer […]

Port Cros National Park

its mission: preservation Port-Cros National Park manages all the natural spaces on the island of Porquerolles. In 1971, faced with the threat of increasing urbanism on the island, the state purchased 1,000 acres whose management and protection was placed under the responsibility of the Port-Cros National Park in 1985.         Botany Since […]