Imagine yourself on a luxury yacht charter experience, and chances are, you’ll be imagining yourself somewhere like St Tropez. Just saying the name ‘St Tropez’ brings to mind images of stunning sandy beaches and turquoise waters, designer boutiques and, of course, superyachts – this is a long way from its humble origins as a sleepy fishing village.
St Tropez yacht rental
There is a reason that a St Tropez yacht charter remains enduringly popular with clients from all over the world, with so much to explore and make the most of on your yacht for charter. Discover just some of the ways you can make the most of your St Tropez yacht rental experience below.
Vieux Port (Old Port)
Naturally, the first stopping point for any boat lover is the Vieux Port. Nested at the heart of Saint Tropez, Vieux Port offers viewers tranquil scenes of small fishing boats and stylish yachts docked in the harbour, where visitors can enjoy strolling past pastel-toned Mediterranean houses or refreshing themselves at one of the lively cafes with outdoor terraces. For local produce, head to the Place aux Herbes – an ancient market square filled with fruit, vegetable and flower stalls – the daily fish market, the Halle aux Poissons, or sample one of the many gourmet speciality food shops in the area.
A fixture along the famous Pampelonne Beach since 1955, your St Tropez yacht rental experience would not be complete without paying a visit to one of the world’s original and most renowned luxury beach clubs – now franchised all around the world – where you can sit back, drink in hand, and take in the sunshine in the company of the world’s rich and famous.
Musee de l'Annonciade
Add to the richness of your St Tropez yacht charter by immersing yourself in culture at the Musee de l’Annonciade. Dating back to the 16th century, the museum hosts a rich collection of post-impressionist paintings, including Matisse, Signac and Bonnard. Plus, the museum also offers a brilliant view of the port, ideal for yacht spotting! .