The most beautiful ports of Var 2/3

After Hyères, Bandol and Boulouris, Port Gapeau goes on with another bunch of the most beautiful harbors in the Var. Discover here the best berths on the Var coast.

La Seyne-sur-Mer

La Seyne is a city of 63,000 inhabitants. The marina of La Seyne-sur-Mer is quite new and was built on the former shipyards (in the past La Seyne sur Mer was an important center of shipbuilding located in the harbor of Toulon). Situated 5 minutes from downtown, the port provides 600 mooring rings, from 6 to 55m.

  • The dry port, meanwhile, can accommodate up to 120 boats up to 10m.
  • This port owns 2 labels : Clean Ports and Blue Flag.


The port of Porquerolles is part of the archipelago of Iles d'Or, with Port Cros and Iles du Levant. These islands are famous for their beauty and their trails which walkers and bikers will love. In addition, many wineries have survived over the years on this island and add a dimension to the gastronomic qualities of this magic place. Of course, Porquerolles Island offers an idyllic marina facing north, and protected from the wind by a seawall and rocks.

  • 689 berths (592 wet), 300 Visitors.
  • Up to 35m.


Port Cros is one of the islands that make up the archipelago of Iles d'Or (Golden Islands), with the Island of Porquerolles and of the Levant. Its small port has a capacity of 75 wet berths on two pontoons and 42 mooring buoys (max. 15m). This port is less protected from the wind than Porquerolles but it is also popular for its small size and atmosphere.

  • No booking requested
  • Only clean boats allowed (with blackwater tank)
  • 676 seats including 300 for visitors maximum 45m.

Read more in our selection of the best berths in the Var

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