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TOUR N°15 - WINTER : Saint-Tropez (road) - 8H

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Saint-Tropez (road)
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For reservations at Tuesday there is discount by 30€.
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Adult x €125.00
Child (up to 12 years old) x €62.50
Baby (up to 3 years old) x €10.00




The history of Saint-Tropez is closely linked to the sea.

In the late 19th and early 20th century, Saint-Tropez experienced a new artistic and cultural destiny that was a prelude to the tourist craze.

The coming of Maupassant (writer), Paul Signac (painter) mark the beginning of a trend that will turn as a new golden age for Saint-Tropez which will become the meeting place of artists at large (painters, writers,  cinema people, …)

In the 1960’s, Brigitte Bardot bought a property at a time when Saint-Tropez was merely a fishermen village. She then started this special bond with the village and initiated the foundation of the myth of Saint-Tropez.

Today the village is the unavoidable destination for famous people, sea lovers, history buffs, art and Heritage addicts.

Behind this party place, the village managed to keep being real and genuine. Have a walk through the picturesque lanes and discover the atmosphere of a traditional village. 


To do / discover / visit :

  • Provencal market : Tuesdays and Saturdays (place des Lices - 07h to 13h)
  • Fish market : Every morning (place aux Herbes)
  • Tarte tropézienne (food specialty - sweet cake)
  • A coffee at famous «Sénéquier» on the harbor to watch millionaires’ yachts.
  • La Citadelle (17th century) and its view on the bay and village

Opening time : 

  • 1st apr – 30th sept : 10h to 18h30
  • 1st oct – 31st  march : 10h to 12h30 & 13h30 to 17h30
  • Entrance fee: 3€  (maritime museum)
  • Museum de l’Annonciade
  • Open  10h-13h & 14h-18h – Closed on Tuesdays
  • Entrance fee: 6€ 




SUMMER (9th April to  31st  October) – Shuttle-boat included

After about an hour drive on the highway you will reach Saint Raphael where from you will enjoy a boat ride through the gulf of Saint-Tropez (boat ride included – duration: about 20 minutes).

By avoiding the never-ending traffic-jams of the summer, we can guarantee a minimum free time of 3 hours in the village.

You will have a large option of restaurants for lunch (not included).
Do not miss: the port, the old town, the local market on Tuesdays and Saturdays, a slice of the tarte tropézienne and why not visit a museum.

After the shuttle-boat ride back, you will drive to Nice Vous reprendrez le bateau-navette au retour et rentrerez à Nice vers 16h00

WINTER (1st November to 8th April) – By road through PORT GRIMAUD

You will drive to St Tropez and discover Port Grimaud as well.
Port Grimaud described as the Provencal Venice – this stilt city was built from 1966 by its creator created and built by the architect François Spoerry à partir de 1966.

You will have a large option of restaurants for lunch (not included).
Do not miss: the port, the old town, the local market on Tuesdays and Saturdays, a slice of the “tarte Tropézienne” and why not visit a museum.

You will drive back to Nice by 16h00.

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Duration 8 hours

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