Beaches in Saint-Tropez


Sometimes wrongly documented, "Pampelonne" is not the beach of Saint-Tropez, it is part of the Commune de Ramatuelle.
Obviously regarded by everyone as the beaches of Saint-Tropez and also advertised by the many beach bars as Saint-Tropez beach. Of course, Pampelonne Beach is an idyllic place with a rich, well-known history and this is also the most famous.


On the other hand you will find 6 important beaches in Saint-Tropez.


La Ponche Beach: The beach in the heart of the village of St Tropez, consisting of two adjacent beaches at the foot of the fishermen's cottages and on the edge of the oldest district of Saint-Tropez with coarse sand and pebbles, this is the most famous and near the port.


Beach of Salins: It is the beach of the Tropéziens! Family beach and guarded, disabled access, attention it's not easy to park in the summer but it's free.


Beach of the Moutte: The sea is at the end of the path of the vineyards "de Moutte", here you will find a small beach with fine sand, bordered with reeds in the shade which requires a nap. 10 minutes walk, limited parking but it's free.


Canebiers beach: Small sandy beach with a family atmosphere, public shower and there you will find a raft in the bay for diving. It is a guarded beach and there is disabled access, free parking.


Graniers beach: Very close to the village of Saint-Tropez, just 500 m. This small bay has retained a wild and natural side, the water is very clear here. Be careful, there is sand on the beach but pebbles in the water. Strand bar present.


Bouillabaisse beach: Beautiful and wide beach ideally exposed in the bay with a beautiful view of the Massif des Maures. The beaches are public and partly private, guarded, disabled access, limited but free parking.