Customers of the Terrasses du Bailli*** Hotel can benefit from two new air routes this summer: Paris Charles de Gaulle… and the big news: Toulon Hyères-London with EasyJet
The low-cost company EasyJet will run a direct flight between the two capitals, providing an ideal gateway to one of the most beautiful destinations in Provence. The new Toulon Hyères-London link is a major plus for our British neighbours across the Channel, making access to Hyères and the surrounding area easier from July 21 to September 15, 2021.
On leaving the airport, close by you’ll be able to explore Almanarre, a beach extending over 5 km that runs alongside the Route du Sel. A sandy isthmus gives the Giens Peninsula its exceptional character, and it’s highly appreciated by windsurfers for its wild nature and strong winds – conditions that are also very good for kite surfing. Near the Route des Salins, you can see many wild birds just a few yards away, including pink flamingos. It’s a habitat that is favourable to the development of over 200 species of birds and 300 varieties of plants, and it boasts an exceptional biodiversity.
In addition to the Toulon Hyères-London link, the airline Transavia plans to introduce three new routes in 2021/2022: to Brest (Brittany), Nantes (Atlantique) and Paris Orly (Ile-de-France).
This new national and international perspective, which has been hailed by the hotel industry, means that customers of the Terrasses du Bailli *** Hotel will be able to reach their vacation spot in under an hour from the airport. The journey is very beautiful, allowing you to soak up the charms of the region as you travel through a coastal landscape that is home to some fine tourist attractions. You will pass through seaside resorts such as La Londe, Bormes les Mimosas and Le Lavandou – more than enough to get you in the mood for a dream vacation in your final destination: Le Rayol Canadel sur Mer.