On a Mediterranean beach, in a preserved natural environment opposite the Ile d’Or, between the pine and tamarisk trees, the Hôtel Les Roches Rouges benefits from a Fifties Modernist design. The immensity of the sea, mild climate and an exquisite natural environment combine to create a truly exclusive, authentic and refined setting. All rooms and suites afford views of the sea, which is breathtakingly close. Decorated with a discrete eye, these rooms are inspired by the concept of a “holiday on the coast”. Beautifully furnished, they feature vintage Provençal objects. Each room enjoys a terrace where guests are free to breakfast as they admire the sailboats dancing off the shores of the Ile d’Or. To step into Les Roches Rouges is to step out of the world and to delight in the pleasures of Provence, its flavours and fragrances. The hotel benefits from two swimming pools, including a large natural seawater pool, a Mediterranean garden, three bars, two restaurants, one of them honoured with its first Michelin star in 2019, and an array of activities, both in and around the hotel, from an open-air cinema to ping pong, diving, petanque, yoga, hiking, cookery courses, sailing and fishing. At La Terrasse, one Michelin star restaurant since 2019, chef José Bailly’s inventive menu offers regional dishes with a twist, with fish, seafood, meat and vegetables imaginatively and carefully prepared, inspired by recipes from René Jouveau’s La Cuisine Provençale de la tradition populaire: pouprihoun e tóuteno (small octopus, squid, seaweed), lou mourre de gat (small purple stuffed artichokes) agnèu (lamb, rosemary and wild garlic) served out on the terrace, in typically Provencal surroundings: ochre limewashed walls, floors tiled in warm pink-hued stone, and a stunning view of the sea.