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Route du Barrage, 83400 Ile de Port-Cros


Built between 1830 and 1840, Le Manoir was a hunting and farming estate for almost a century.

Acquired in the 1920’s by its current owners, this beautiful Provencal mansion, with its white turreted facades, was gradually converted into a hotel (July 1948), respecting the surrounding nature and the nobility of the site.

An exceptional


Le Manoir comprises around twenty rooms and apartments, some with private terraces, facing south on a large enclosed park of eucalyptus, oleanders and hundred-year-old palms.

We savor the old-fashioned charm of the place, and as night falls, only the song of the little owl disturbs this peaceful serenity.

A Provencal country house

with colonial character

Le Manoir has preserved the old-fashioned, peaceful charm of the residences of yesteryear : a family welcome, discreet service and a limited number of guests…

You’ll enjoy a timeless atmosphere that’s often a welcome change of scenery.

« Captive in their isolation, but open to the infinite on the open sea, islands often offer the temptation of a better place to bring our dreams to life. »

« l’Esprit de l’île » Pierre Buffet – Éditions Claire Paulhan


Double, triple rooms, more family-friendly duplexes and two small houses for even more space and privacy.

With their timeless charm, our 23 rooms and outbuildings all overlook the Manoir’s century-old park or gardens, each with its own atmosphere and spread throughout the main bastide, with the exception of the two small houses.

For a true vacation for body and soul, half-board is the ideal choice.

With an energetic breakfast served between 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. to get the day off to a gentle start. Dinner is served between 7:45 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., so you can enjoy the spectacular sunsets.



With a surface area of 14m2, they can accommodate 2 people (twin beds on request) and are located on the first floor.
View over the gardens.



With a surface area of 20 m2, they can accommodate 2 people (twin beds on request).
View of the park.



With a surface area of 20 m2, they can accommodate 2–3 people (twin beds on request).
View of the park.



With a surface area of 25 m2, they can accommodate 3 people (twin beds on request and sofa bed).
View over the gardens.



With a surface area of 38m2, they can accommodate 3 to 5 people. Double bed on the mezzanine (twin beds on request), 2 single beds on the first floor.
View over the park.



Two bedrooms (one double bed – 3 single beds) with a total surface area of 52m2. Sleeps 3 to 5.
Private terrace overlooking the gardens and vegetable patch.



Two bedrooms (one double bed – 2 single beds) for a total surface area of 47m2. Sleeps 3 to 5.
Private terrace overlooking the hotel gardens.


Of peace

Three hundred meters separates the small port of Port-Cros from the hotel ;
Set back from all traffic, the Manoir estate offers its guests an enchanting setting :

  • Large terraces overlooking the sea or meadows, where meals are served al fresco ;
  • A rustic bar with a sheltered garden shaded by eucalyptus trees, ideal for reading and relaxing ;
  • A vast swimming pool, reserved for hotel residents, stretches out on a sunny beach sheltered by shale walls and oleander hedges.

A haven of peace where you can sometimes wander between the vegetable garden, stone terraces and fields without encountering anyone, apart from a peaceful donkey that inspires a sense of immutable eternity.
An ideal setting for a feeling of total disconnection…

Keeping to our old-fashioned way, there are no televisions or mini-bars in the rooms, and Wi-Fi is available on the first floor of the hotel and in the bar.

After the departure of the last boat, the island’s private nature blooms again.

Many writers have been inspired
by Port-Cros, which offers a serene setting
for the creative imagination.

« Port-Cros, villégiature de la NRF »
Patrick Kéchichian
Journal « Le Monde » – June 7 2005


Nestled at the far end of Port-Cros bay, overlooking the sea opposite the islet of Bagaud, just a stone’s throw from the port, the restaurant’s terrace offers an idyllic setting : turquoise furnishings, pale pink tablecloths, white canvas parasols…

Bordered by a vast park of century-old trees and oleanders, the tables face the sea in this site of unspoiled beauty.

While you wait for the ritual bell announcing the start of the meal, you can sit under the cool eucalyptus trees in the bar’s bucolic garden.

The restaurant offers a Mediterranean-inspired menu, with a predilection for seafood : grilled lobster and wild fish, giant prawns flambéed in pastis… but also quality French meats. Accompanied by local vegetables, tian à la provençale, eggplant confit, sautéed zucchinis with garlic… and herbs from the kitchen garden.

Our cellar offers a diverse range of wines, from major appellations to small local estates, to ensure the perfect match for your dishes.
To round off your meal, our gourmet desserts will delight your taste buds.

Simple, natural cuisine that pays tribute to the flavors of Provence.

The restaurant is open from the 8th of May
to the end of September 2024,
from 12:45 to 2:00 p.m. and from 7:45 to 9:00 p.m.,
by reservation only : +33 4 94 05 90 52.

In high season at lunchtime,
we advise our guests preferring to dock
by private boat to arrive before 12:00 p.m., as
the small port has a limited number of berths.


A wild island

of unspoiled beauty

Some fifteen kilometers from the mainland, the smallest and most mountainous of the Golden Islands extends over 650 hectares (4 km long by 2.5 km wide).

Nestled in a dark green setting of oak, Aleppo pine and heather, Port-Cros is surrounded by often steep coastlines and several wild islets.

The harbor, which backs onto a tiny village in the colors of terre-de-Sienne, exudes a strange exoticism.

Created in 1963, Port-Cros National Park is a sanctuary for Mediterranean biodiversity, a wild island of unspoiled beauty and intoxicating fragrances.



The walks

No cars or bicycles on the 30 kilometers of hiking trails offering magnificent walks in the forest, along the seafront, in shady valleys or on ridge paths overlooking the infinite maritime horizon.

Stroll through oak groves, Aleppo pines, arbutus trees, Mediterranean myrtles… and you’ll sometimes catch a glimpse of the birds that populate the island : gulls, shearwaters, cormorants, falcons, scops owls, kingfishers…

Magnificent remnants of a turbulent past, five forts dominate the island of Port-Cros : le Moulin, l’Estissac, l’Eminence, la Vigie and, at the extreme eastern tip of the island, fort de Port-Man.

The Fort de l’Estissac (15 minutes from the village) is open to the public during the summer season, and houses an exhibition and a terrace with a magnificent panorama on the roof of the fort.

Wild beaches

Three small beaches and a few coves will give you the chance to swim with a shoal of sea breams, admire the red gorgonians and perhaps come across a brown grouper.

About 30 minutes’ walk :

The southern beach, with its fine sand and translucent water, resembles a lagoon.

La Palud beach offers a lovely tamarisk-shaded area, the starting point for the underwater trail.

The pebble beach at Port Man, at the tip of the island, is the longest and furthest from the village (1:30 a.m. walk), but once in the mistral-protected bay, it’s a well-deserved paradise.

Scuba diving

If you prefer scuba diving, Port-Cros offers some of the most beautiful sites in the Mediterranean, from the islet of La Gabinière to the mythical wreck of the Donator.
The purity of the turquoise water, the quality of the rocky and sandy seabeds and the absence of pollution will enable beginners and experienced divers alike to get close to one of the 180 species of fish that roam the island (Sun Plongée in the village).


You can also explore the island from the sea, by renting canoes at the harbor.
Book by phone on +33 4 94 05 90 43 (Hostellerie Provençale) or at the village grocery store.

« Port-cros is an island
with a marked insular character.
It’s very clear that nature
is in charge, not man. »

Episode 32 – Pierre Buffet « Port-Cros, l’Esprit de l’île »
Podcast « Fragîle Porquerolles-Port-Cros » Ingrid Blanchard – 09/09/2021



based on 2 adults
from 08/05 to 30/06
from 02/09 to 29/09
2 nights minimum
from 01/07 to 01/09
Double room with shower 280 320
Double room with bath 320 370
Superior room with bath 370 430
Family room in duplex
with bath (3 pers. min./5 max.)
*based on 3 adults
480* 540*
Superior room
with bath and terrace
440 500
Small house with terrace
(3 pers.min./5 max.)
*based on 3 adults
560* 620*


  • Additional adult bed : 80 euros per day
  • Extra bed for children : 60 euros per day (preferential rate for children aged 4 to 12)
  • Free accommodation for children under 3, with a contribution towards meals.


  • 20 euros per adult per day
  • 15 euros per child per day (ages 4 to 12)

(breakfast + evening meal)

  • 90 euros per adult per day
  • 60 euros per child per day (ages 4 to 12)
  • Our swimming pool is reserved exclusively for hotel residents.
  • To respect the peace and quiet of our guests, pets are not allowed in the hotel.
  • WIFI is only available in the hotel’s public areas (lobby and bar).



  • Rates are per room based on 2 adults.
  • A surcharge applies for each additional person.
  • Children’s rates from age 4 up to and including age 12.
  • Free accommodation for children under 3.
  • Tourist tax is not included: it is 4.45 euros per adult per day, subject to regulatory changes in 2024.


  • For reservations of more than 4 rooms, please contact us directly.
  • We reserve the right not to accept reservations for more than 4 rooms.
  • We require a minimum of 2 nights for bookings in high season (July-August).
  • Any reservation will be considered upon confirmed receipt of a deposit corresponding to 30% of the accommodation fee : via credit card, check or bank transfer.


  • In the event of cancellation less than 8 days before the date of arrival, 30% of the price of the accommodation will be charged in low season and 50% in high season.
  • In the event of cancellation on the day of arrival or no-show, the full amount of the stay will be charged for one-night stays.
  • For stays of two nights or more, 50% of the cost of the stay will be charged.
  • In the event of a shortened stay, 50% of the remainder of the stay will be charged.
  • Our establishment cannot be held responsible for personal, economic or meteorological events that may lead to cancellation.

To respect the peace and quiet of our guests, pets are not allowed in the hotel.


  • Rooms are available from 3:00 pm on the day of arrival and must be vacated by 11:00 am on the day of departure.
  • The gardens and swimming pool are accessible on arrival, and a bathroom can be provided.


Off the coast of Hyères in the Var department, three islands make up the archipelago of the Golden Isles, the southernmost tip of Provence. Port-Cros is the wildest and most unspoiled.


By plane

There are daily flights from PARIS ORLY, all year round.
Airport: Toulon-Hyères Tel. 04 94 00 83 83

By train

For reservations and information, contact the SNCF info service (36 35) or visit the website
A bus service runs between Hyères station and the Port Saint Pierre in Hyères (connection to Port-Cros).

By car

From Hyères, follow the D97 to the port of Hyères or the N98 to the port of Le Lavandou.

By bus

Toulon Provence Méditerranée bus network
Réseau Mistral makes it easy to travel by bus between Toulon, Hyères and the surrounding area.

Cab Hyérois

Tel. 04 94 00 60 00

Maritime links
♦ Port d’Hyères


♦ Port du Lavandou

Vedettes Iles d’Or
During the summer, other companies serve the islands :
La Londe-les-Maures

Les Bateliers de la Côte d’Azur
Toulon, Saint-Mandrier et Porquerolles

Les Bateliers de la Rade
Tél. 04 94 46 24 65
St Tropez, Sainte Maxime et les Issambres

Les Bateaux Verts
Tél. 04 94 49 29 39 – 06 09 36 25 17
Port de la Favière (Bormes-les-Mimosas)

Latitude Verte (bateau hybride)
Tél. 06 51 08 30 04

 Taxi-boats provide inter-island and mainland connections, subject to booking.

Bateaux-taxi Le Pélican
Tél. 04 94 58 31 19 – 06 09 52 31 19

Bateaux-taxi Espace Mer
Tél. 04 94 58 94 94


Hôtel Le Manoir
Île de Port-Cros
83400 Hyères

Tél. :

SARL – CS : 686.000 Euros
SIRET : 908349491100013 RCS Toulon
APE : 5510Z – N° TVA Intracom FR34908349491

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