Has maps of walks and a list of hotels. Lorgues itself isn't the most fascinating Provençal town, but there are plenty of vineyards, medieval villages and other delights in the area that the generous staff are happy…
Walking, diving and snorkelling information, plus an island map marked with the island’s four main trails, and guides (in French) to underwater fauna and flora. Located at the port; opening hours coincide with boat …
Has maps for local walks, and lists gîtes and B&Bs in the area online. Also has display-only examples of the wines, terrines, chestnut preserves and other typical products available in the village.
Just across from the ferry dock, this well set-up office has reams of information on sights, beaches, activities, restaurants, hotels and the resort.
This well-stocked, multilingual and very friendly office offers guided birdwatching walks to Hyères’ lagoons, and can help with trips to the islands.
Lists of local truffle producers, hotels and activities. They can even connect you with a couple of local truffle hunters who can take you on a hunt.
Correns' tourist office is now housed in the Town Hall, where it dispenses information abut the town, the region and its wine producers.
Renovated in 2018, this office organises local walks and is a wealth of information. Good hiking maps are available for €5.
Has maps and walking-tour brochures, and sells tickets for sights including the Mont Faron cable car.
Offers the usual information on hotels, restaurants and activities, plus a town guide in English.