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We have now stayed in port with the boat twice. The capitanerie was good last time as the staff were very helpful, but on this occasion the welcome was a bit quirky and offered less information than they should have with regard to the shower...More
Did homework and after parking at St Maxime decided to take cheap bus service along coast via Port Grimaud to St Tropez - returning via the ever-reliable little green boat. St Maxime Tourist office advised us that the Varlib 7601 service from St Raphael to...More
It took us a long time to get here from Cannes (we took the costal route through St Raphial) and was really disappointed,
Obviously the Yachts our out of this world but this place offers nothing else really,
I thought people were a bit unfriendly...More
Getting to St Tropez from Nice is a drive on a highway and thereafter countryside roads... it does get heavy in the summer as the winding roads and traffic don’t make the greatest combination. This seaside village or town is one of my favorites in...More
We just stopped in for the day here and thoroughly enjoyed the harbor walk and viewed all the local artists and their paintings on the quay wall. Many shops to get souvenirs andthe restaurants to eat in. Multi-million dollar yachts and numerous tourists observing how...More
The port is lined with cafes and shops. The streets radiating out of the port are, likewise, filled with interesting shops. We spent 3 days visiting and came nowhere close to seeing everything the Port has to offer.
St. Tropez developed from a tiny fisherman town into a high society, luxury and kitsch place. The harbour area is full of beautiful yachts and people. However any place in town is very expensive. We decided to have beer and snacks in a small bar....More
I recently spent the day exploring Saint Tropez. I arrived via the ferry from Sainte Maxime across the bay, and as we pulled i to the St. Tropez harbor the boats anchored in the bay were beautiful. The harbor was a perfect place to sit...More
If you want to have a glimpse of the lifestyle the rich and famous have come to the saint tropez harbor. You will see the mega yatchs and the grandeur it offers. There are a series of restaurants by the harbor where you can sit...More
Response from JE-Wirral | Reviewed this property |
Hi not sure about a ferry from Nice in fact I don't think there is one, it's a long way from Nice via boat. The St Tropez harbour is small with the main part right in the centre but the further side of the harbour where... More
Hi not sure about a ferry from Nice in fact I don't think there is one, it's a long way from Nice via boat. The St Tropez harbour is small with the main part right in the centre but the further side of the harbour where some small ferries dock is on the opposite side of the town but only approximately 5 min walk to the centre.