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Going from St Raphael to Saint Tropez by boat

Want to discover Saint Tropez from the campsite, the famous mythical seaside resort of the French Riviera without spending hours on the road in traffic jams in the middle of summer, opt for the boat from the Saint Raphaël Maritime Station. After a very pleasant crossing of less than an hour, from the Golfes de Saint Raphaël et Sainte-Maxime to Saint-Tropez with a view of the Cap Lardier and the Cap Taillat, you will experience an arrival in the mythical port and discover the citadel, the harbour and the old town of this world-famous village. For more information on schedules and fares, visit: Bateau Saint Raphael

Would you like to take a boat cruise between Saint-Raphaël and Saint-Tropez during your stay? At the ports of Saint-Raphaël, Agay, Saint-Aygulf and Fréjus, the shipping company’s boats are waiting for you for excursions to the Marguerite Islands, night-time walks on fireworks nights, cruises with underwater vision in the Cap Dramont reserve, coastal walks in the Esterel creeks or the boat crossing to Saint-Tropez.

Making the trip from Saint-Raphaël to Saint-Tropez by boat is certainly an ideal solution for getting around without the constraints of parking and traffic jams, but it is also an opportunity to experience a very pleasant little cruise along the most beautiful landscapes of the Var coast. The arrival by boat taxi in Saint-Tropez offers you a unique view of the Provencal village and small port: from the waves, the silhouette of the city dominated by its famous and emblematic bell tower can be seen in the distance. In the port, the Saint-Raphaël-Saint-Tropez boat shuttle approaches the most impressive yachts and the most luxurious sailing ships.

The Saint-Raphaël-Saint-Tropez boat trip takes about 1 hour. An opportunity to enjoy the sea ride. The company offers a round trip on the day with a stopover to visit the village, or a one-way trip by boat from Saint-Raphaël to Saint-Tropez. Departures can also be made from Agay, Port-Fréjus and Saint-Aygulf. For an adult, expect to pay €27 for a same-day return trip, and €15 for a one-way trip with a return on your own or on another day. The Saint-Raphaël-Saint-Tropez boat cruise makes it easy and pleasant to get to the big Provencal markets on Tuesday and Saturday mornings, or to enjoy the Saint-Tropez braderie in October without worrying about parking. The shuttle bus runs every day from April to early October and on market days until early November.

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