Reason Number 1: Portissol Beach
The prettiest way to get in is to start with a visit to Portissol (In Provencal “pourtissou » : portal) that became one of the most beautiful beaches of the village. In the middle of the cove, a rock raises storm rolls made by a few surfers in search of sensations. The bottom of the creek is a natural sand beach framed by rocks, ocher on the west side, dark on the east side. This is where the whole world comes to stay, feet in water, in an old beach cottage turned into a renamed Restaurant O Petit Monde. This is so true: Port Issol is a cut microcosm of the world. The five rooms “out of category” of the Small World are always full because here everyone says, it is paradise. The Small World restaurant serves Italian and French cuisine in a trendy vintage-style décor. Just opposite, on the other side of the Bay, Kima Beach grabs the ledge and through the years without a wrinkle: a pier that withstands the onslaught of the waves, a narrow slab where one gate plancha on comfortable mattresses sipping rosé corner and three terraces under the pines overlooking the turquoise funds.