Hôtel de Plein Air L’Hermitage
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Holidays at camping Hermitage, it is above all a holiday in the village of Le Pradet to enjoy beautiful hiking on the coastal path or in the Colle Noire massif. It is also an opportunity to enjoy moments of relaxation in the heart of the most beautiful panoramas of the French Riviera. You will be able to meet local producers and craftsmen who will make you discover their passion. A cycle path converted into a green track promises you superb walks on marked paths, maintained and suitable for cycling. the Cycle Route V 65 du Littoral crosses 20 communes of the Var. By taking this route, you will realize all the diversity of the landscapes, the richness of the flora and the exceptional coastal space. To date, 92 km out of the 120 km have been developed on this course, including 77 km on their own site. Please note, between Six-Fours / St-Raphaël, some portions of the route have not yet been finalized and require you to take portions of busy roads. Check the condition of the course by consulting the legend of the map of the chosen course. The section of the Coastal Cycle Route, Pont de la Clue / Avenue Ganzin, crosses the town of Pradet on its own two-way site over a length of 4,25 km. And a section on Avenue Jean Moulin in the direction of La Garde on a specific site planned and then existing over a length of 1 km. For horse-riding enthusiasts, a riding center offers you to ride a horse to explore the territory differently. Parks and gardens will delight young and old, children's games, Carousel ... You are not at the end of surprises!
Cravero Park is an essential stopover in the heart of Pradet. Magnificent wooded park in the heart of the village, embellished with Mediterranean plant species and exotic essences. Paths shaded by the foliage of hundred-year-old trees, a palm grove rich in 25 Mediterranean plant species, in particular magnificent “spectabilis” palm trees with bare trunk, a mansion which now houses the Town Hall, a fabulous basin of the XVIIe century with a refreshing water jet and an old rose garden that has become an Art Gallery. Young and old alike will be delighted to discover the parakeets and parrots there, and many games for children.
Au Coastal path, rocky cliffs alternate with beaches. Sometimes in the undergrowth and on the hillside, you will have beautiful views over the harbor of Toulon, the double Tombolo de Giens and the Saint-Mandrier peninsula. This section is located between crystalline and limestone Provence with a diversity of plant species. There you will find Aleppo pines all along the route. In spring, the elegant wild orchids, the beard of Jupiter, the maritime cineraria, and the centranthus with a beautiful purple color bloom. This route alternates between beaches and coves of Pin de Galle, Monaco, Bonnettes, Garonne, Oursinières. The passable paths are the C 27 and C 30. Please note, from June 1 to September 30, access to forest areas exposed to the risk of forest fires is regulated. The movement of people, the circulation and the parking of vehicles in the massifs are regulated.
All information is listed and completed in the Pradet Tourisme website.
In the village of Le Pradet, plan guided tours!
- Du Esquirol olive oil estate, producer of olive oil
- Du Clos Cibonne wine estate
- Du Navicelle wine estate
- La Guided tour of Pradet
- Le Cap Garonne Mine Museum
Idyllic beaches to discover absolutely!
Pin de Galle beach, first of all, is perfectly suited to families and under surveillance from June 1 to August 31 from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m. To get there, the path is steep. A single path. Observe the signs. Provide comfortable shoes. Small pebbles with a fairly fast bottom, 150 meters long and an exceptional and protected natural environment. 1 free parking, 1 WC. A first aid station in season. Please note that the access of any animal, even on a leash, is prohibited.
Oursinières beach is also suitable for families and under supervision from June 1 to August 31 from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m. Labeled Blue Flag 2021, it is made up of sand and pebbles. The bottom is also sandy and rocky / It is about 100 meters long. The natural environment is exceptional and protected. 1 free parking, 1 WC. A first aid station in season. In the process of classification Tourism and Handicap (motor). Bathing access mat for people with reduced mobility + “Tiralo” type amphibious chair available at the first aid station. Please note that the access of any animal, even on a leash, is prohibited.
The Oursinières windsurfing spot is also passable all year round. By Mistral, westerly wind, the wind blows back to the beach, which gives off a good chop, even a few waves (1 to 2 m) when the wind blows above 20 knots. The nautical club's advice: Go back well beyond 300 m to take advantage of the fresh wind. Be careful, however, if the wind is blowing North / North-West. It is a very gusty wind and the navigation can be very technical and even dangerous. The other prevailing wind is the east wind. The wind blows “offshore” (pushes offshore). It is therefore very easy to leave, but very technical to come back! Because of the hills, the wind is very gusty in strength and direction, we do not necessarily realize the strength of the wind from the beach, being in the shelter. But the water is flat, perfect for snowboarders! In summer, it's a southerly thermal, so it rises in the afternoon. It can blow up to 15 knots!
Bonnettes beach is accessible to families, and under surveillance from June 1 to August 31 from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m. Labeled Blue Flag 2021, it is made up of golden sand and small pebbles with a progressive background. It is 150 meters long. The natural environment is exceptional and protected. 1 free parking, 1 WC. A first aid station in season. Please note that the access of any animal, even on a leash, is prohibited.
Garonne beach is under surveillance from June 1 to August 31 from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m. and on Wednesdays and weekends from September 1 to 12, from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m. Labeled Blue Flag 2021, it is made up of golden sand and pebbles with a progressive background. It is 100 meters long. The natural environment is exceptional and protected. Restaurants are nearby. A nautical base offers the rental of sea kayaks, windsurf boards and sport catamarans. It is also a superb spot for snorkeling in the water. 1 free parking, 1 WC. A first aid station in season. Please note that the access of any animal, even on a leash, is prohibited.
Did you know that the port of Oursinières is close to mining museum ?
Just two minutes walk to offer you a trip to the heart of the earth and only 5 minutes from the sea! In a unique forest area overlooking the Mediterranean, the old copper mines of Cap Garonne are among the five most beautiful mineralogical sites in the world.
As for Arts and crafts, the tourist site The Pradet Tourism tells you the good addresses:
- The Page Mosaics Creation Workshop which creates wall decorations for houses and gardens.
- Le Petit Vallauris which welcomes you to its Pradet workshop to show you the ceramics produced in the workshop.
- The ant flea market, a veritable “Ali Baba's cave”.
- The jewelry, totems and mobiles creation workshop, La Fée Papillon (unique pieces in polymer clay and natural materials).
- Azimut Ceramics at the Domaine de l'Artaude, which varies in its themes: sea, nature… And everything that comes from the inspiration of the moment. Decorative and utilitarian, very colorful, drawn.
- Lart Happy People. Custom-made jewelry creation workshop. Made by hand from old coins. Pendants, earrings, rings, key rings, bracelets, personalization etc.
Travel to the islands: Porquerolles, Port Cros, Iles du Levant
These 3 islands are located off Hyères. They are gems placed on the big blue. They offer a diversity of unique landscapes. The beaches are idyllic, the waters are turquoise, the cliffs are sheer, the pine forests are magical and the forts steeped in history. You can plan walks or bike rides for a day or more ... Porquerolles, the largest and the most touristic, has the most beautiful beaches in the eyes of the general public. Port Cros, National Park, is the paradise of underwater flora and fauna. Levant Island is the meeting place for naturists.