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From Nice: Saint-Tropez and Port Grimaud Day Tour

1. From Nice: Saint-Tropez and Port Grimaud Day Tour

Discover the charm of the seaside city of Port-Grimaud and the French Riviera town of Saint-Tropez on this day trip from Nice. Cruise from Port-Grimaud to Saint-Tropez on a scenic boat ride. Spend some time exploring the stunning streets of Saint-Tropez. Be picked up from your hotel or at your private address in Nice at 8:30 AM, before leaving by minibus for Port Grimaud and Saint-Tropez. Start your tour with a free boat trip from the delightful lake city, Port-Grimaud, known as the "Little Venice" to Saint-Tropez. This legendary village has attracted numerous international stars from the world of fashion and literature as far back as the 1920's and became the favorite playground to jet setters, models and millionaires. Have free time in the picturesque old city for some shopping at the provincial market and to get lunch on a sunny terrace. Travel back to your hotel along the marvelous and picturesque coast road, the Littoral. Benefiting from some of the best views in all of France, you will have time to stop and admire these fantastic views.

Saint Tropez Full-Day Tour from Nice

2. Saint Tropez Full-Day Tour from Nice

Follow in the footsteps of international playboys and Hollywood celebrities, and discover one of the favorite vacation spots for the jet set on a full-day tour of St. Tropez. Depart Nice, and drive approximately 100 kilometers (60 miles) west through the Maure forest. Upon arrival at Saint Tropez, discover some of the beautiful beaches, such as Pampelonne, Caneliers, and Bouillabaisse. Go to Place des Lices to see where the movie stars and locals get together to play a game of boules or sip pastis under the plane trees. People watching is a favorite sport in the summer, and you’ll get plenty of opportunities to explore the abundance of outdoor cafés, or hang out by the marina to admire the huge yachts competing to see which is the biggest, prettiest, or has the swankiest crew! Marvel at the food produce of Provence, on sale in the market at Place des Lices on Tuesdays and Saturday mornings. Go to the Annonciade Museum in a 16th-century chapel, and see an impressive collection of modern art connected to the Côte d’Azur. See more than 4,500 butterflies of every hue in the Maison des Papillons. Stroll the atmospheric harbor in the Vieux Port, and visit the beautiful Place de l’Ormeau to see an 18th-century church and bell tower. Stop at Port Grimaud to discover the "Venice of the Côte d'Azur" and admire the canals, tiny bridges, and charming houses.

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What people are saying about Port Grimaud

very nice excursions to do! we left Nice in a 9-seater shuttle to Ste Maxime, then we took a shuttle boat to St Tropez. We arrived at 10:15 a.m., we left at 2:30 p.m. (free time) then we were able to enjoy the beach and then we left for Port Grimaud (free time). very nice outing. I highly recommend

Très satisfaite du tour! On a vraiment visité beaucoup des endroits. Les marchés de Saint Tropez, le petit tour en bateau à Port Grimaud, on a goûté la tropezienne et des vin de la Provence Tout ça en très bonne companies et surtout avec la guide Jalile trop sympa et super gentil!

Jaill was a very kindly guide. He found the best roads to arrive at St-Tropez by car the fastest and by boat, safely. The small town of St.-Trapez is very cool and the Little Venice also a very nice surprise. In total, it was a very nice day !

The guide Baffe was extremely friendly and created a good travel atmosphere with his positive attitude. The combination of travel time and free time was well chosen.

Listen to recommendations and advice from excellent tour guide Nordine Bernardo.