Ste Maxime is the biggest town of the St Tropez Bay. At night, to relax from a day on the beach spent with sun tanning or sports, all kinds of music orchestra’s entertain the cosy terraces. The marina offers various activities to its customers and visitors. Along the coast you’ll find various beaches, such as the Nartelle beach.
The village is situated between the Massif des Maures and the Mediterranean Sea. It is mostly visited by the famous and those who love the sea, history, gastronomy and shopping, but also by art and heritage fanatics. A part from all the events and festivities, St Tropez also just remains a real village, with a fishing harbour, many different aspects and an incredible charm that can be discovered through all the monuments, squares and shady little streets. Visit the official web site of the tourist office.
The castle looking out over the hills is situated in the middle of a perched medieval village with a modern seaside town. During the summer, the streets of the historical centre are filled with shows that bring you back in time through songs and dances. In the lower part of the town, you’ll find a sports centre, a karting track, a bowling alley and a games hall for some fun and relaxing.
Cogolin is an ideal village for any season, situated between land and sea, at the foot of the Massif des Maures but with a large marina housing 1800 boats. Arts and crafts can be found all over with the famous heather tobacco pipe factory and the carpet factory. The Raimu museum tells the story about the life and the career of Jules Muraire, the eternal main actor of Marcel Pagnol’s triology.
Gassin is situated on top of a cape and offers a beautiful panoramic view on the peninsula of St Tropez. Beaches, forests, vineyards, activities and gastronomy; the choice is yours. Gassin is also filled with architectural and historical heritage. For several years now, Gassin is registred as being one of the most beautiful villages in France. The village even obtained a Golden Marianne for the quality of its renovation works.
Entering the town by the plains, one still gets the impression to be entering a historical fort. Today, Ramatuelle is a peaceful, calm and undisturbed village. The many fine sand beaches attract people all the time, the view is magical and the vineyards invite to some relaxing!
This small Provençal village has an extraordinary view on the Mediterranean Sea, situated in the hills and protected from the wind. This is where wealthy and discrete holidaymakers enjoy the long, find sand beaches that offer all kinds of water sports to be practised. You’ll also find the history of the Taillat dolmen, the Roman ruines of Pardigon and the Napoleonic batteries of Lardier. A beautiful coastal road and famous vineyards, all the ingredients for an enjoyable holiday !
This town is nestled in a beautiful bay that carries the same name, near the bleu waters of the Côte d’Azur and alongside a 4 km long sand beach. The ideal spot to enjoy nice swimming water, a marina, a Provençal market, traditional festivals and summer events. La Maison de la Mer has archaeological exhibitions of the discoveries done in and around Cavalaire.
Blue all over! Breathtaking blue! Opposite lies the series of Golden Islands. The Mountains of the Maures are behind, and in the middle you’ll find the Rayol property with its Jardin des Méditerranées. The coastal protection organism called Conservatoire du Littoral owns the 5 acres of plants and trees, native from all over the world and the Mediterranean Sea climate. Definitely worth a visit.
This chestnut capital is situated in the middle of the Maures mountains. Enjoy a lovely walk in the refreshing shade of its streets and alongside the fountains, to allow you to taste the local home-made products (chestnut cream, crystallized chestnuts, honey and jam).