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The Best Boat Rentals in Saint-Tropez

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How much is the ferry from Nice to St Tropez?

    The best way to get from Nice to St. Tropez is definitely by boat. The ferry costs 63€ roundtrip, making it a pricy trip but well worth it for the views of the French Riviera and the relaxing journey. For a private boat from Nice to St. Tropez, you can expect to pay around $1000 or more per day for a yacht charter.

    Is St Tropez an island?

    St. Tropez is not an island but a town on the coast of France, right in the heart of the French Riviera. It’s a popular holiday destination for beautiful beaches, yachting, water sports, and all things luxurious.

    What is Saint Tropez famous for?

    Saint Tropez is famous for its celebrity visitors, luxurious yachting culture, gorgeous villas, and vacation homes, and for being a popular spot on the French Riviera for a vacation. It’s a great destination to rent a boat, relax on the beach, eat delicious French cuisine and enjoy a luxurious holiday.

    What is there to do in St Tropez in October?

    Even though the temperatures are cooler, there is still a lot to enjoy in October. It’s warm enough to go sailing, rent a boat, and even work on your tan when in St. Tropez in October. The evenings and early mornings might be chilly, so pack layers if you’re visiting St. Tropez in October.