Rendez-vous in Saint-Tropez Bay

  • Ramatuelle, Cap Taillat

    Ramatuelle, Cap Taillat

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  • Saint-Tropez

    Saint-Tropez

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  • Cavalaire - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

    Cavalaire - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

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  • Cogolin Golfe de Saint-Tropez

    Cogolin Golfe de Saint-Tropez

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  • Gassin - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

    Gassin - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

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  • Grimaud - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

    Grimaud - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

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  • La Croix-Valmer - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

    La Croix-Valmer - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

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  • La Garde-Freinet - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

    La Garde-Freinet - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

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  • La Mole - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

    La Mole - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

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  • Le Plan de la Tour - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

    Le Plan de la Tour - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

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  • Le Rayol Canadel - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

    Le Rayol Canadel - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

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  • Sainte-Maxime - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

    Sainte-Maxime - Golfe de Saint-Tropez

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Rendez-vous in Saint-Tropez Bay 83580 Gassin fr

Once upon a time there was a heaven between Provence and Côte d’Azur. Nestled in the heart of an amphitheatre of wooded hills, it sloped gently down through a mosaic of farmland to the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean.

Over the years, this multi-faceted destination has become a leading light on the international tourism scene, lit by the aura surrounding the village of Saint-Tropez.

This preserved yet fragile area is blessed with a fascinating geology and privileged climate.

Here the sky is azure blue with more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Its Mediterranean climate is temperate, with mild autumns, winters and springs being ideal times for walking and exploring.

In summer, the heat is alleviated by a sea breeze. This privileged climate allows you to enjoy all the pleasures of the seaside for six months of the year. The coast is stunning: necklaces of coves and delightful beaches between impressive headlands, and a Gulf which seems to surge up into the hills, close to seaside resorts, marinas and fishing ports whose reputation is second to none.

The 12 villages (Rayol-Canadel-sur-Mer, Cavalaire-sur-Mer, La Croix Valmer, Ramatuelle, Saint-Tropez, Gassin, La Mole, Cogolin, Grimaud, La Garde-Freinet, Le Plan de la Tour et Sainte-Maxime) are also the scene of a multitude of prestigious and cultural events: art, music, theatre, sports and even society events, not forgetting the nightlife and memorable parties, with as the prelude beautiful sunsets over a bay awash with purple, pink and gold.

Bèn-vengu... Welcome to a little corner of paradise on earth.

Because of its legendary beauty there are six ways to discover the Gulf of Saint-Tropez :

  • Nature in all her grandeur
  • Prelude to the sea
  • Heritage & Culture
  • Land of flavours
  • Destination of Prestige
  • Into the early hours

Alone, in couple, with friends or family the Gulf of Saint-Tropez awaits you !

Access

By road

Exit A8 Marseille - Nice : 

  • Le Cannet-des-Maures : direction Saint-Tropez
  • Le Muy : direction Sainte-Maxime
  • Pugets-sur-Argens : direction Roquebrune-Les Issambres

By Train

  • Gare TGV des Arcs (30km)
  • Gare TGV de Fréjus Saint-Raphaël (35km)
  • Gare TGV de Toulon (60km) 

By Plane

  • Airport La Mole - Golfe de Saint-Tropez - Tel : +33(0)4 94 54 76 40
  • Airport Toulon - Hyères (40km) - Tel : 0825 018 387
  • International Airport  Nice (80km) - Tel : 0820 423 333
  • International Airport  Marseille - Provence (130km) - Tel : +33(0)4 42 14 14 14

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