Mercure Hyeres Centre Toulon

19 avenue Ambroise Thomas, Hyeres, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 83400, France
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cheap accommodation

by marina53

Anybody could advice about cheap accommodation (including b&b- studio for rent)at Porquerolles in June?
Thank you Marina

Re: cheap accommodation

by puerto_lover

Great place and hope you find your perfect lodging. As you know, there is limited accommodation on the island but June should be much easier to find something. If it was me, I would get hold of the tourism people pronto and get from them a list ? or look through their web site (Hyeres) and go through to find?

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Travel Tips for Hyères

Visit of the Eastern part of Hyères


You will find at the tourist office maps that will help to organize your visit. This one is to visit the villas and buildings built from 1870 to 1930.

Before 1880, 29 villas were built.
From 1880 to 1919, 121 villas were built.
From 1920 to 1945, 149 villas were built.
After 1945, 72 villas were built.

The architects were
Pierre Chapoulart (1849-1904) who drew the plans of many estates,
Gustave Paugoy (he designed one villa in 1872),
Ribier (he worked in early 20th),
Léon David (1878-1958),
Abel Bellaguet (he worked from 1921 to 1933),
Louis Lantrua (he worked from 1930 to 1939),
G. Savarin (he worked around 1930).

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La Tour Jeanne


La Tour Jeanne, 42 avenue des Îles d'Or was a luxury building built in the 1880s by Chapoulart for Godillot as the seat of the English Bank. It is a four levels building topped by a veranda. The name comes from the tower embedded on the south-eastern corner. The entrance is topped by the head of the goddess Ceres.

Villa La Provence


Villa La Provence, 20 avenue Andrée de David de Beauregard was built in the 1930s. The name fits with the style of the architecture. Beginning in the 1920-1930 period, villas were smaller than previously and took their inspiration in the Provencal traditional architecture. This one is a good example of this period.

Le Poisson batailleur annonceur de métamorphoses


An amazing sculpture stands in front of the Casino. It is called "Le Poisson batailleur annonceur de metamorphoses" and was ordered by the city to the sculptor Richard Texier for the celebration of the beginning of the 3rd millenary. It was inaugurated on December 23rd 2000.

Castel Sainte Claire


Couvent Sainte Claire was built in the XVIIth and mostly put down during the Revolution. Instead, Castel Sainte Claire was built after 1849 in a neo-Romanesque style by Olivier Voutier (1796-1877), a sailor and archeologist that discovered the famous Venus of Milo (now in Le Louvre).

Castel Sainte Claire was inhabited from 1927 until her death in 1937 by the American novelist Edith Wharton.

The city of Hyères bought the estate in 1955. It is now the seat of the Parc National de Port Cros, Conservatoire Botanique National de Porquerolles and hosts a botanical garden.

The first photo shows the entrance. The second offers a glimpse into the estate, seen from rue Saint Paul, over the wall.


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