Tips & Tricks
Octopussy (7 Blvd. Louis Blanc, Saint-Tropez) – for those with some boating experience, and want to get the most out of visiting the Saint-Tropez area, one can rent a boat through this service (as long as you have a boating license). Both open-top and covered boats are available for rental. Boating courses are also offered. […]
Plage de la Bouillabaisse (Av. Général Leclerc, Saint-Tropez) – this is a local beach within walking distance of the streets of Saint-Tropez. One benefit this beach has is its proximity to various beachside restaurants. This beach is popular with families and have active lifeguards on duty.
Monaco Grand Prix (Monaco) – this is the famed auto race held every late May along the streets of Monaco, blending traditional Formula 1 competitions with elements of street racing made famous by the “Fast & Furious” Hollywood films. Various celebrities who just came from the festivities at the Cannes Film Festival often make their […]
Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez – held in late September-early October, this is an amazing yachting event. First run twenty-six years ago as La Nioulargue, the regatta gathers together around 300 of the most extraordinary modern sailing boats alongside the most beautiful traditional yachts in the early autumn. A host of racers and sailing enthusiasts come […]
Plage des Graniers — If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the heavily populated Pampelonne, then consider taking a short walk along the Sentier du Littoral to this beach. Nestled in tree-dotted hills, Plage de Graniers is free and quite pretty. Try the restaurant “La Plage des Graniers” for a lunch of […]
Plage des Salins — Accessible by car along the Route des Salins or by foot on Sentier du Littoral, this beach boasts sandy white sand and a much more laid back environment than Pampellone. The beach’s eponymous water-side restaurant is not to be missed for those who enjoy fresh seafood and local stylings.