Bandol is a popular resort also known for its wine.
- 1 Office de Tourisme (Tourist Office), Allée Alfred Vivien, ☎ , e-mail: email@example.com. July / August : 9h to 19h 7/7; Winter: Monday from 9h to 12h and 15h to 18h, Tuesday - Saturday from 9am to 12pm and from 14h to 18h.
Perhaps the major attraction in Bandol besides its beaches is Bendor Island. The island is privately owned, but visitors are welcomed.
- 1 [dead link]Île de Bendor (Bendor Island) (a frequent ferry [dead link] connects the island with Bandol – journey approx. 7 min), ☎ , e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The island was bought in 1950 by Paul Ricard. The island has a hotel, a few villas, five restaurants, an artists village, boutiques and an art gallery, tennis courts, water sports facilities and a diving club. Two museums are open on the island in season: the Universal Exposition of Wines and Spirits and a Museum of Ricard Advertising Objects. €11-€13 (ferry return fee; reportedly it's free if you have a reservation at a Bendor restaurant).
- 1 KV&B, 5, rue de la Paroisse, ☎ , e-mail: email@example.com. A so-called bistronomique restaurant. Good food though with a modern twist. There is also another couple of nice-looking restaurants on the same street.