REGION ÎLES D'HYÈRES - ÎLE PORQUEROLLES /
It may be that many a lady is more pleased about a diamond than about a gift of an island. Nowadays, acquiring an island is probably much more difficult than it was at the beginning of the 20th century. The island of Porquerolles was once a gift from a wealthy industrialist to his wife. From a historical point of view, it was probably a blessing that at a later date the French state saved the island from heavy building speculation by purchasing it and declared large parts of it a nature reserve. However, a few gems, for example a vineyard and Le Mas du Langustier, remained in family ownership. It is therefore not surprising that the hotel complex is characterised by a certain generosity and that the furnishings of the rooms follow historical models, at least in large parts. Beautifully embedded in the landscape, you can decide for yourself what level of activity should determine your daily routine. In addition to excursions, sporting activities such as tennis and swimming are also possible. It goes without saying that you don't have to leave the hotel grounds to do this. This applies to the same extent to the dining plan. Two restaurants with somewhat different culinary standards, but with a good reputation on their respective bases, will not make your decision to dine elsewhere easy either. The various wellness offers are thus almost a matter of course and are mentioned by us only for the sake of completeness.
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