Region of Var
Gulf of Saint-Tropez

From Sainte-Maxime to Cavalaire, the Gulf of Saint-Tropez has a thousand attractions to seduce you: its beautiful beaches of fine sand, its rocky coves of turquoise water, its shady pine trees and forested hills, its famous charming villages, its summer entertainment, and its multiple activities, all under a radiant sun!


  • The old medieval village
  • The 11th century castle and windmills
  • The museum of arts and traditions Tel. +33 (0)4 94 43 26 98
  • Brocante du Jas et Robert Tel. +33 (0)4 94 43 27 20
  • Les Grimaldines Festival (July/August)
For more information, consult the Grimaud Tourism Office:

Port Grimaud

  • The lakeside city
  • Visit the town by boat
  • Shuttles to the captaincy to visit Saint-Tropez by sea Tel: +33 (0)494 492 939
For more information, consult


  • Shuttles to the captaincy to visit Saint-Tropez by sea
  • Exceptional panoramic view over the bay of Saint-Tropez and its surrounding hills
  • Medieval terrace with its good restaurants


  • The harbour
  • The annunciation museum Tel. +33 (0)4 94 97 04 01
  • The Citadelle Tél +33 (0)4 94 97 06 53
  • The house of butterflies Tel. +33 (0)4 94 97 63 45
  • Notre Dame de l’Assomption church and the Sainte-Anne chapel


  • Traditional evening markets during high season
  • The Square Tower Tel. +33 (0)4 94 96 70 30
  • The museum of local traditions Tél +33 (0)4 94 96 19 24
  • The Catalugno and Quilladou marked trails


  • Raimu museum Tel. +33 (0)4 94 54 18 00
  • Pipe factory
  • Discovery of the old village
  • The large beach of Marines de Cogolin and its harbour ideal for sea travel


  • Bay of Pampelonne and its legendary beaches
  • Beach of La Douane at the foot of the nearby island of Cap Taillat and its Canadel coves accessible by the coastal path from the beach of l’Escalet
  • The Camarat lighthouse and the island of birds
  • The pretty little village of Ramatuelle on the peaks of St Tropez and its summer festivals in its magnificent sylvan theatre

La Croix Valmer

  • Walks and hikes on the paths, for discovering nature which remains wild and preserved
  • The large beaches of Gigaro and Déparquement or, more secluded, the beaches of Sylvabelle and Héraclée…


  • Bay of Cavalaire and its fine sand beaches (4km)
  • The wildest beach of Bonporteau to the west of Cavalaire
  • Corniche des Maures and path from Fenyesllet for a long walk in the middle of nature, alone or with a guide (for more information consult the Cavalaire tourism office)
Tourist Office of Grimaud

Exceptional panoramas from the Town Hall of Grimaud and the Port-Grimaud harbour master’s office.

Markets of the Gulf
Flavours and traditions of the south