8am: Charter a sailboat at Saint Tropez and begin your day at the Quai Jean Jaurès! As one of the main ports of all the Mediterranean, this safe harbor has a capacity of 734 moorings split between two basins on an area of nine hectares in the heart of Saint Tropez. Be sure to book your mooring in advance, as in peak season, the ports could get very busy and booked up. Remember, the maximum speed limit is 3 knots inside the harbor, but constant vigilance is needed due to heavy traffic.
The port is a "library of yachts." Take a slow morning walk among them, and enjoy the fresh breeze coming from the Mediterranean Sea. What could be a more enjoyable way to start the day.
10am: Time for some mouth-watering brunch. Saint Tropez is one of the best places to enjoy a brunch in the French Riviera. It offers many brunch options, no matter if you just want a simple croissant and a cafe, or you prefer pasta and seafood for brunch, there is always something that suits your appetite. The restaurant Sénéquier is located on the Saint Tropez quay for over a hundred years. It serves bread and pastries as well as lunch and dinner, the best part of it is that it serves food all day. Sénéquier is also a perfect place to watch sailboats come and go. You can sit down at the outdoor dining area and watch people charter sailboats at Saint Tropez port.
If you want to get away from the port area for a little bit, head into the village to the bustling Places des Lices, where most of the local town life is happening. Grab a bite of Brigitte Bardot's favorite pastry, Tarte Tropézienne, she likes it so much that she made it world-widely famous. In the 1950s, a Polish baker created an innovative version of the French brioche, he filled the sponge cake with cream, topped it with sugar. This pastry is adored by Brigitte Bardot and her film crew. You can taste it at the original bakery "La Tarte Tropézienne," which opened by the same Polish baker.
1pm: Time to bask in the sun on the golden beach of Saint Tropez! The most famous beach Pampelonne is not actually in Saint Tropez, it's situated in the nearby town Ramatuelle. In a busy summer day, approximately there are around 30,000 people visit this beach. This beach stretches for 3 miles and full of beach clubs and restaurants. Celebrities also adore here, in the summer of 2018, Elton John, Sylvester Stallone and their families were spotted on the beach. If you have a free soul and an open mind, head to the Tahiti Beach, this is one of the most well-known nudist beaches in the world.
Looking for some tranquility? Go and explore a hidden beach in the Saint Tropez village. La Glaye beach is a part of three small/tiny beaches in the area, and it's the only beach that's inside of the Saint Tropez village. Walk down the Quai Mistral to the Portalet tower, and you will arrive at La Glaye beach. Maybe it's not a good idea to stay here for a long time, but it's the perfect location for taking a dip and soak in the sun for an hour or two.
10pm: In the summertime, Saint Tropez's nightlife is all about partying. No matter it's on the super yachts or on the beach. The glamorous Les Caves du Roy Nightclub is the place to be. This club holds its reputation by its hedonistic style- it's located in the 5-star Byblos hotel. Dress to kill and prepare your wallet.
Late Night: Sailboat chartering at Saint Tropez could be surprisingly economical - you don't need to pay for a hotel room after a long day of fun.
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