The group of islands separates the Bay of Napoule from the Bay of Juan and is made up of two main islands, Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat, which are approximately 1 km from each other. Frioul mooring is just between the two islands and is a favoured spot for pleasure boats to drop anchor.
In addition to the historical treasures and luxuriant forests, the Lérins are also home to wonderful marine fauna and flora. Fragile nature protected by numerous precautions today. The National Forest Office takes care of the vegetation that flourishes in this favourable climate. On the west side of Saint Marguerite, Batéguier lake conceals a bird watching reserve that offers shelter for migrating birds.
The Lérins isles will help you forget the hustle and bustle on the coast and will offer you a moment of absolute relaxation.