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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

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

Thank Shweta D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you are in St. Tropez you have to stop here. Get your camera ready and walk the boardwalk to see all the mega yachts. You can also grab a glass of rosé at one of the many bars or ice cream while admiring all...More

Thank Doxin
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is quite interesting to see the yachts. However, the area is very overcrowded with tourists and everything is overpriced and a bit of a 'rip off'. We came here on a day trip from our cruise ship and wished we had stayed in St...More

Thank yuki1234
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were lucky enough that our Viking Cruise entered into the harbor of this wonderful city made famous by actress Bridget Bardot in the 1950s. Although we did not see her or Leonardo DiCaprio, we did see the beautiful harbor filled with yachts from all...More

Thank chuckbianco
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are visiting the French Riviera you MUST take a trip to the port of Saint Tropez. We went on the shuttle ferry from Saint Maxime and when you first enter the port you see what all the fuss is about. The yachts and...More

Thank steve m
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If visiting the French Riviera it wouldn't be complete not visiting St. Tropez. Definitely worth the travel. The harbor is full of beautiful yachts and if you don't get to the end where the wall is, you may think that is all there is to...More

Thank Rcbknights
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

St Tropez thrives on its reputation as one of the most expensive and exclusive spots on the Riviera, and if you like spotting massive yachts then it is hard to beat. But the shops and restaurants are all very expensive and there are many more...More

Thank Brad_Lizzie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were on a cruise and had planned to take boat tour on le Brigantin II and then just follow any recommendations we got along the way. The wife of the captain of the tour boat gave us some great suggestions for lunch and apertifs....More

Thank CaliforniaCrisc
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Here you will find yachts of every description, the vast majority of the luxury kind, foreign flagged, oozing wealth and triggering envy.

Thank Ronnie S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is one of the most dense area with yachts! The old village offers a superb background. Highly recommend the spot

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Response from AnaScarlet | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I'd say it won't be that busy starting Sept, definitely not in Oct. However, the weather might be colder. I was in Oct and the weather was ok during day time, a bit more chilly in the evenings. The wather was still warm... More