- Admire the luxury yachts in the port of Saint Tropez and browse the Provencal market at Place des Lys
- Visit The Old Town with the unforgettable view of the Golf of Saint Tropez
The myth of Saint Tropez always dreams. The village remains the obligatory passage of celebrities, lovers of the sea, enthusiasts of history, art and the lovers of heritage.
A quality event program and world-class events punctuate te year and contribute to the legend of the city.
But, behind the festivities, Saint Tropez Tourism will not fail to make you appreciate. Let yourself be led to discover Saint-Tropez, its picturesque narrow streets, it’s Provencal market where you will find the culinary specialties and local products that are the pride of the village, its 16th-century citadel, its famous museum ’Annonciade…
Port Grimaud, known as “Little Venice”
History: Port Grimaud us a seaside town that forms part of the commune of Grimaud. It is located 7 km (4,3 miles) (four mi (6.4 km)) west of Saint-Tropez and 7 km (4,3 miles) southwest of Sainte-Maxime. This seaside town was created by architect Francois Spoerry in the 1960s by modifying the marches the river Giclee on the bay of Saint-Tropez. Built with channels in a Venetian manner, but with French “fisherman’s” style houses resembling those in Saint Tropez.
The mainly traffic free town is popular with boat owners as most properties come with their own birth. The success of the first phase of the development meant Port Grimaud 2 (extending the town further East) was completed in the 1970s and then again, Port Grimaud 3 was in the 90s. The Church of ST Francis of Assisi in the main place dÉglise contains stained glass by Victor Vasarely.
Located 5 minutes from the port is the big campsite “Les Prairies de la Mer” wich has 1500 caravan and tent pitches.