Porquerolles, in the small archipelago of the Iles d’Or in the Gulf of Hyeres, is a favorite day trip for revelers from the Cote d’Azur. Most of the island is a preserve. The 19th century town has a lot of charm, with a large square and a pleasant church. Three vineyards on the island produce wines of a good reputation, and the oldest was among the very first designated in the Cotes de Provence appellation. Conditions permitting, your ship will deploy the watersports Marina here.