îles de Lérins

The Lérins islands Head off to explore an unspoilt paradise

During your stay at our 4-star Leï Suves campground, head off for a day to enjoy an idyllic setting.
The Bay of Cannes is home to jewels of nature: the Lérins islands. The islands of Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat are favourites with visitors for different reasons. The tranquil setting is soothing, the unique, intact fauna and flora are captivating, and the beauty of the natural spaces is dazzling.

Sainte-Marguerite is the larger of the two islands. At 3km long, it features 22km of trails and stunning unspoilt coves. The island is mostly covered with a forest of pine and eucalyptus trees. As a protected, state-owned estate, this exceptional site is managed by ONF (National Forests Office). Its beaches, bird sanctuary, ocean museum and Fort Royal make it an ideal destination for an outing with family and friends.

Smaller and further away, Saint-Honorat is home to the Lérins monastery. This tiny haven of lush vegetation and silence, at only 1.5km long and 400m wide, is a must-visit location. Some twenty monks currently live in this preserved heritage setting. The church is open to visitors for prayer times. Enjoy variety with walks, activities and visits to listed monuments.

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