Hybrid boat for the Golden Isles

Brégançon Fort

Visit Fort Brégançon differently! Follow in the footsteps of the Barbarossa brothers and take a presidential excursion! A one-hour guided sea tour in one of the world's most beautiful bays, around this famous French state residence, located in the commune of Bormes-les-Mimosas.

Departing from La Favière, sail silently during your sea trip, on board the O2, a hybrid boat, along the Cap Bénat. Discover this rocky point of the Mediterranean coastline! Covered with pine trees, the cape is home to the residential houses of celebrities. You will find for example, the Château de Cristaou, built by one of the first directors of Citroën. But it is also the former home of the director Luc Besson. The small port of Cap Bénat appears in his famous movie "Le Grand Bleu".

Then, after a small detour abroad (yes!), admire, against a backdrop of golden beaches and vineyards, the fort culminating on a rocky outcrop of 35 meters above sea level. Visit the Fort Brégançon , the official vacation spot of the Presidents of the French Republic, during our boat trip. Let yourself be lulled by the comments, with anecdotes and stories, of your captain.

Fort Brégançon  by Boat

Finally, turn your head and contemplate the extraordinary panorama offered by the chain of the three Golden Islands, Porquerolles, Port-Cros and the Levant.

  • Tours available to the public from April to September.
  • Duration of sea trip: 1 hour
Tariff 2024
  • Adult: €18.90
  • Children aged 4 to 10: €14.90
    (Free for children under 4)
  • Dogs are welcome on board at no extra charge.

Book your Sea Tour around the Fort Brégançon

If you would like a guided tour of the interior of the Fort Brégançon , you should know that the fort is open to the public all year round only for groups on private visits. For the individual public, the opening period changes every year. It is imperative to inquire and reserve in advance at theTourist Office of Bormes les Mimosas.


In 2024, Fort Brégançon will be closed for works until September 2024. Guided tours of the Fort's interior (for individuals or groups) will therefore be impossible. So don't hesitate to book your visit to Fort Brégançon by sea!