The Lerins Islands,

Historical points of the region, the Lérins Islands are made up of two magnificent islands just opposite Canne Bay and Cap Esterel. Like two little moles, they are an integral part of the region while being discreet, but essential. In an idyllic and unspoiled setting, they put nature and history first. Everything is done to encourage you to escape in a green setting between flora and fauna.

Margaret Island

You can take advantage of 152 hectares of forest to venture into the woods. For a leisurely stroll or an orienteering run, do not hesitate to stretch your legs in this expanse of nature. At the western tip of the island, you will come across Baguetier Pond, famous for its bird sanctuary. Come admire and discover the world of wild birds. But before your ride, go to the royal fort, a real architectural jewel that would have sheltered the famous man in the iron mask … Relive this story between legend and proofs thanks to the island’s guides.

Saint Honorat Island

You can then go to Saint Honorat Island which is the seat of the Lérins Abbey. Founded in the 5th century, it is still occupied today. Property of Cistercian monks, they cultivate the vine and produce a wine very famous in the region. You can discover old fortifications and visit the monastery. Visiting the Lérins Islands is the guarantee of an original day that changes from the beach. You can learn more about the history of France and enjoy a rich and unique green setting.
Don’t hesitate to go there on weekdays to avoid the Saturday crowds. You can also book your guided tours in advance. Exit validated by our campsite!

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