Want to know how many shades of blue can you find in the Mediterranean? Hesitate no more! The only way to find out is to rent a Catamaran at Saint Tropez and see for yourself. This magical Mediterranean small town is one of the top destinations for sailors, and there are so many ways for you to explore Saint Tropez.
Saint Tropez has a long history with contemporary art. Paul Signac moved here to paint at the end of the 19th century. Visit the Annonciade museum, the oldest modern art museum in France.
Wineries and vineyards are another "must visit" at Saint Tropez. There are 2 vineyards located in the village, but there are much more in the area. Chateau des Marres is situated on the road between Saint Tropez and Ramatuelle, surrounded by olive and cypress trees. the Estate includes 27 of classified vineyards in "AOC." Founded in 1900, the Domaine de la Rouillère is situated in Gassin, one of the "most beautiful villages in France."
The south of France is renowned for its delicate gastronomy. There are plenty of Michelin starred restaurants in the town, perfect for a romantic date night after sailing for days. However, those local bistros will never let you down as well.
How many cafes, bars, and bistros are hidden in the ochre streets of Saint Tropez? Nobody knows. That's why you must go and explore yourself.
The 16th-century fortress Citadel is at the top of the village of Saint Tropez. To visit and enjoy the breathtaking view of all the boats quietly mooring in the port, you need to climb up the hill a little. This impressive fortress was used to observe and defend the coast. Now, the inside of the fort has been transformed into a museum, which explains the maritime history of the city.
Walking inside Saint Tropez, you can encounter many fantastic fashion boutiques with an artistic beach vibe. This is the pure heaven for fashion enthusiastic, shopping for the latest beachwear or designer clothes is a real pleasure in Saint Tropez. Maybe you can bump into find some unique gadget here for your sailing holiday.
One can’t visit Saint Tropez without participating in one of its famous festivals. The outdoor Festival de la Moutte brings top-level live music to the coast, from flamenco through jazz to classical. Every year, at the end of summer, more than 300 boats and 4000 sailors gather in Saint Tropez for the Les Voiles de St Tropez Sailing Regatta. If you are a sailor yourself, be sure to charter a catamaran at Saint Tropez and stay for this fantastic annual event.
Enjoy a sunset cocktail at the Senequier in the port, an excellent place for people watching. For those looking for a romantic scene, Grimaud village has spectacular views across Saint Tropez bay. If you prefer a classier place for sunset watching, Hôtel de Paris and Hôtel Ermitage offer rooftop bars for sky-high drinks and a great view.
In 1955, Brigitte Bardot and her "And God Created Woman" put her and Saint Tropez under the spotlight for the rest of the world. After that, many significant movies followed the step and based their stories on this small village. La Piscine (The Swimming Pool) in 1969 was shot in here, this complicated romantic story is one of the cult classics. Audrey Hepburn was also here for the movie "Two for the Road" in her late years. It's really not difficult to imagine what's about Saint Tropez that attracted so many brilliant actresses and cinematography talents.
Chartering a catamaran at Saint Tropez itself is an experience like no other. Why not spend as much as you can on your catamaran, just sit back and enjoy the beauty of your boat and of course, the calm Mediterranean Sea. If you feel playful, dip into the water from your catamaran and take a good swim!
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