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The Best Boat Rentals in Hyères, France

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What to know about renting a boat in Hyères, France

To get the full experience of the Cote d’Azur, you must rent a boat while in Hyeres. The sparkling turquoise water of the French Riviera makes it the perfect destination to spend time on a boat. Beautiful yachts and powerboats are popular rental choices for visitors. The luxury and style that they provide make for a stunning experience. Yacht charters, private sailing boats, and inflatable rib boats are a few of the options available for renters exploring Hyères.

There are many different types of boats available to rent in Hyères. Charter a yacht for a day of cruising along the gorgeous coastline of the Cote d’Azur. You can choose between day trips or multi-day tours that let you sleep in style on a luxury yacht. Your captains and crew can provide a wonderful customized itinerary to ensure it’s an experience you’ll never forget.

For a fun day of sailing, check out the available monohull and catamaran sailboats available from Hyères. Sailing in style is a fabulous way to experience southern France. You’ll get to see little towns along the coast from the comfort of your boat deck. Soak up the sun, enjoy all the amenities and have fun traveling when you rent a catamaran or sailboat while in Hyères. Rent a sailboat and explore Hyéres by wind.

If you’d rather paddle yourself through the stunning water of Hyères, renting a kayak is the perfect option for you. On a guided tour, you'll spend hours exploring the sparkling turquoise water. You can stop at beaches and coves, seeing all the best spots with a guide. Opt for a sea kayak tour or rent one on your own and explore at your own pace. This is a great option for active lifestyle travelers visiting the French Riviera on a vacation.

Water sports are popular for tourists visiting in Hyères, or any part of the French Riviera. Water skiing, stand up paddleboarding, kiteboarding and many other activities are available. Flyboarding is another popular option, as it was invented by the French! Take a lesson or rent equipment to try it out on your own while in Hyères.

Boating Events in Hyères

Hyères is a boating enthusiasts paradise, and there’s no shortage of boating events to attend during the summer months in this seaside town. A few of the nautical events that take over Hyères include the ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyères and the Sailing Tour de France, where Hyères is the 7th stop.

Other Things To Do

If you’re hoping to have a beach day, there’s no shortage of stunning beaches in Hyères. Visit Plage de l'Almanarre and Giens Peninsula are two fabulous choices for sparkling turquoise water to swim in and white sand to sunbathe on.

If you’re looking to explore the land around Hyères, spend a day wandering around the Old Town, stopping into the old churches and getting lost in the laneways. Stop at a cafe for a coffee and enjoy watching people mill about this sleepy town.

Marinas in Hyères

There are lots of marinas situated on the French Riviera around Hyères. A few of the top marinas to check out for stunning views of the sea and nearby points of interest include Harbor Master's of Hyères, Capitainerie du port de la Cape, and Capitainerie du port de l'Ayguade. These marinas provide stunning views of the sea and boats cruising in and out of port, with nearby restaurants and shops to explore. There are hundreds of gorgeous yachts from the world’s elite moored in the berths that you can admire as you stroll and watch the sunset over the glimmering sea.

About Hyères

Hyères is a commune or small town in France on the Mediterranean. Known for being the oldest resort town, it’s considered by many as the “original” French Riviera. It's a far cry from the overcrowded summer cities like Cannes. It’s considered a well-kept secret of France, with most of the tourists being French citizens. We’re letting the cat out of the bag and telling you all about our incredible boat rentals and water experiences in this stunning town. You can stop here for a weekend during a trip through different cities along the French Riviera, or spend an entire week relaxing in the quiet beauty.

The best time of year to visit Hyères is during the shoulder seasons of summer. This is the time when the sun is warm and you can enjoy a day at the beach without the swarm of crowds taking over. It’s a bit more affordable during the months of April through early June, or during mid-September through October. The winter months are mild, with much better prices on accommodation, but it will be too cold to enjoy a day on a boat.

To get to Hyères, you can arrive by essentially any means of transport. A lot of ferries arrive at nearby ports if you want to arrive by boat. You can take a flight to the Toulon Hyères Airport, Marseille or Saint Tropez and from there take a shuttle or rent a car. It's also possible to arrive by bus or a train to the local station.