Golfe de St Tropez

Marinas & Moorings

Yacht & Crew Services

APPLIANCES REPAIR

BOOKSHOPS / CHARTS

CHANDLERY

CONCIERGE SERVICES

HYDRAULICS

LAUNDRY / DRY CLEANING

METAL WORK

MIRRORS

OUTBOARD MOTORS / TENDER SALES / SERVICE

REAL ESTATE / RENTALS

REFRIGERATION / AC / HEAT

SAIL MAKERS / REPAIR / CLEANING

WELDING / FABRICATION

YACHT AGENTS / CONCIERGE SERVICES

Miscellaneous

EVENTS MANAGEMENT

FLORISTS

INTERNET CAFES

LIVE BANDS

PHOTOGRAPHERS

REAL ESTATE / RENTALS

SUPERYACHT REGATTAS

Placed on the jet set map in the mid fifties, thanks to the iconic Brigitte Bardot, St Tropez is a legendary name all over the world. But despite all its hype as a party mecca for the rich and famous, it has managed to retain the enchanted Mediterranean fishing village feel that has once captured the heart of well known painters and writers. Indeed, visitors are often surprised to find how small and intimate it is, and how quiet it gets after the madness of the summer season. No casinos, high rise buildings, fast foods chains or ugly hotels here.

St Tropez offers a wide choice of outdoor activities, along with a wonderful selection of restaurants, luxurious hotels, bars, shops and the most exciting summer night life. Close by St Tropez Peninsula will delight nature lovers with its coastal paths, fine beaches, vineyards and hill top villages. A short ride across the Golfe are the very popular harbors of Marines de Cogolin, including a marina with shops and restaurants on the premises and a large shipyard and Port Grimaud, an enchanting resort, reminiscent of Venice, with bridges, canals and colorful houses. First class provisioning and yacht services can be found in the region and in early October, Les Voiles de St Tropez is the spectacular regatta that marks the end of the season.