Cute place with lots of fun shopping, but don't drive into town. There's nowhere to park! Took us 45min to find parking in a paid deck.
Cities near St-Tropez
- 13 reviews
A medieval hill town built in the medina style. Its semicircular streets are nestled next to each other to create a warren of dead ends. Beautiful little town, and much less touristy than St Tropez.
- 22 reviews
A nice town overlooking St. Tropez.
- 33 reviews
St Maxime is surprisingly a beautiful place to rest and enjoy the peacefulness there. :) A must go! Suggest to spend a 2days 1 night as there are many at the hills to explore.
- 41 review
Delightful village with some great great shops, excellent butchers, fish shop, grocey and bakeries.
- 55 reviews
Fréjus is a large, sprawling town with some famous Roman ruins. It's also a very popular summertime tourist town, although the center of town is a couple of km from the beaches, which are 2 km long and 100 m wide of fine sand, between Fréjus and St. Raphaël. First record, Cited by Cicero,Strabon, Pline and Tacite. 1st-c BC: Forum ...
- 63 reviews
An absolute gem! A smaller town on the coast with beautful streets and buildings along with incredible scenery all around! Will definately be going back here! The locals in Le lavandou were extremely friendly as well. Oct. 2013, just got back after visiting Le Lavandou again, still amazing town!
- 74 reviews
Beautiful beaches, and a coastside full of bars, restaurants, luxury shops, open air market all the way down to Fréjus...Too hot for me in the summer, 40 °C at 8 a.m. ...Very, very crowded. Really nice and even cheap hotels right next to the beach, but better to make a reservation some months in advance...For 70 euros we booked last ...
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Check out the bay, where you will find an adorable beach called Maobi Plage, and enjoy water sports or just lay in the sun in this wind sheltered and gorgeous bay.
- 102 reviews
Typical french village at THE Cote D'Azur
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Nice holiday area away from the sea.
- 16180 reviews
From 16th century to the the Belle Epoque architecture, what's not to love! From the bustling old town to the quiet neighborhood of the Musiciens'. There's something for all tastes here. Stroll down the Promenade d'anglais along the blue Mediternnean and then turn into the city and continue your walk along the new Promenade du Paillon with children splashing through ...
- 1753 reviews
Cannes has two claims to fame. First and most obviously, the Cannes Film Festival. However, for the rest of the year the main reason to drop in on Cannes is the white sand beaches. Many other beaches on the Riviera are composed of pebbles or, like Nice, big rocks that will hurt your feet.
- 1819 reviews
Antibes, a resort town on France's Côte d'Azur, is home to many museums, parks, beaches and, of course, yachts. If you don't have the money for a luxurious boat of your own, this also happens to be one of the best places in the world to hitch a ride on one by working as a volunteer crew member. Experience is ...
- 1919 reviews
This is a very little ,cute,petite, cobbled town with a lot of art galleries. Its worthy of spending a couple hours on your drive to Monaco or from Monaco.Very picturesque and famous for its perfumeries.This town is not navigable by cars , infact you can only walk to most places. Offers some good views of the sea!
- 2017 reviews
Was so impressed with the beauty of the streets inside the walls! Quite a few streets were absolutely breath taking! Found quite a few nice shops to buy things but there are some that are very pricey. I would go back here for sure if I'm ever in the area again! Oct. 2013, just returned from here agin...still same beautiful ...