Bay of Bormes
The bay of Bormes located in France, more specifically in the Var region, is immersed in the Mediterranean sea between the coast of the town of Bormes les Mimosas and the islands of Port Cros National Park. It is home to an abundant and fragile biodiversity (like the essential Posidonia or the curious grouper) that must be preserved at all costs combining actions, prevention and sustainable tourism. Bormes les mimosas, and its XIIth century medieval district, overlook the bay from several hundreds of meters above. The Fort of Brégançon, summer residence of French presidents, the numerous wild white sand beaches or the persevered nature of the Massif des Maures forest are a few terrestrial gems surrounding Bormes’ bay. And sailing, diving, hybrid boating or then again parasailing allow one to discover our bay, in all of its aspects.