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In the 11th century, the Lords of Fos settled on the top of theCasteou hill (204 m) and built a powerful fortress - one ofthe largest in Provence.Ruled by Charles I of Anjou, brother ofSaint Louis, King of France, a city developed below thefortress...more
really a cosy place with a lot of character i liked a lot.....well kept.....friendly people around and plenty of good picture spots on a sunny day.......worth a visit if ur just by like we where ......
If you are up to climbing HIGH up to the highest point of the city and the old ruins...the view is TO DIE FOR. SO worth it. Please make the trek both up and down...it will be one of the most memorable you will have...More
We decided to switch a planned trip to St Trophez for a visit of the old Hyères town. An excellent choice as this part of the town has narrow attractive streets, many good shops, bars and restaurants. The churches are not great but the parks...More
After the beach ,the most important part to discover (especially the rue De Limans...) with lots of restaurants (especially La Fringale) and shops to go ! And climb up to the old Castle to have the best view in Hyères !
The old town has plenty of places to visit including le Tour Templiers, eglise St Paul and if you fancy a bit of exercise a walk up to villa Noailles and the adjacent jardin St Bernard and the roof top views they offer might make...More
There is a lot to see in Hyères, it is a lovely old town with the Villa Noailles, the Parc St Clair and the Parcours des Arts, lots of artisan boutiques and beautiful views of the sea.
Well worth a visit. To eat try Au...More
Take your time to feel the spirit in a café terrasse
Don’t miss the market on Saturday, best in Summer.
Don’t miss the panoramic view at the top of the medieval town.
The botanic garden in the medieval town is amazing.
Villa Noaille related to...More
Lots and lots of history to be found as you walk the cobbled streets. Best to get a folded sheet with a map and a directed walk through it from the excellent English speaking staff at the Tourist Information Office.