Boat Rental in St Tropez
Boat rental in St Tropez lets you explore this incredibly beautiful corner of France, where you'll be overwhelmed by the stunning views and it's impossible to get bored. Choose a boat with a skipper for a week for an easy experience, and sit back and relax onboard your own private vessel.
Enjoy the French Riviera with boat rental in St Tropez. Explore the best selection of yachts, catamarans, sailboats, and more for a dream boating holiday.
Things to do with your boat in St Tropez
Take a cruise to one of the many relaxing destinations near St Tropez, like the gorgeous Lérins Islands or peaceful Port Cros. Head to Pampelonne Bay if you want to soak up the famous party atmosphere of the French Riviera. That's where you'll find world-famous beach clubs, where the party never stops.
If you fancy learning more about the history of this iconic destination, pop into one of St Tropez's fascinating museums, which include the Maritime History Museum, set in an old citadel, and the modern art collection of the Musée de l'Annonciade, which is in a former chapel.
St Tropez Cuisine
You already know the great reputation that French cuisine has, all over the world. Now here comes your chance to sample it at its finest - sitting outdoors, enjoying the blissful weather of the Riviera. Don't miss the thick seafood stew of bouillabaisse, a Provençal classic that mixes delicious local fish and shellfish. Goats cheese is also a regional speciality, with plenty of different varieties on offer - and of course, no visit to France would be complete without a bottle of local wine to accompany your meal.
Weather in St Tropez
Summers in Saint-Tropez are hot but crowded, so to avoid the hustle and bustle it's better to visit in spring or autumn. The weather is still good, although be aware that in late autumn and winter strong winds can make sailing difficult. The days are still sunny, but the sea can be choppy. During these seasons, it's a good idea to charter a boat with a skipper to ensure that your Saint-Tropez holiday isn't ruined by the wind.