Once a small fishing village, Saint Tropez is now one of the most important towns in the South of France. It was from 1950 that Saint Tropez gained its international reputation as an idyllic beach resort. It first attracted French ‘new wave’ artists, likely inspired by its breathtaking scenery. The ‘yéyé’ movement then chose the town as its holiday location. It is only recently that the jet set has fallen in love with this magnificent town in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, likely on a quest for authenticity and nature. In order to appreciate the architecture of the town’s citadel fortress, choose a boat rental at Saint Tropez and behold the monument from the sea.
The port of Saint Tropez has a capacity of 800 moorings. Yacht rentals in Saint Tropez are commonplace and the port makes all the necessary services and equipment available. The port of Saint Tropez is unmissable and is the perfect place for a stopover in the Mediterranean. Boats can be rented in Saint Tropez from either of the port’s two basins, which between them take up an area of 9 hectares. Take advantage of the best offers from our professional rental partners in Saint Tropez. Whether you are looking for a Zodiac semi rigid boat, an open hull boat or a yacht, you will find your perfect match with our professional network (Octopussy, Yachting maintenance, Paturle Plaisance, etc). If you do not hold a boat licence, we offer rental boats without a licence and can put the services of a skipper at your disposal.
One must-make trip during a boat rental at Saint Tropez is Port Grimaud. Also known as the ‘Provençale Venice’, this pretty port with its charming canals truly has a flavour of Italy. The unmissable activity off the coast of Saint Tropez is diving in the turquoise waters of Cap Taillat. The marine wildlife there is breathtaking and will delight visitors of all ages. After your boat trip off the coast of Saint Tropez or an afternoon of water skiing, we recommend dropping anchor at l’Escalet beach. After you have enjoyed your boat rental at Saint Tropez, we recommend treating yourself to a good fisherman’s bouillabaisse, washed down with a well-chilled rosé, in moderation, of course.