Beaches of Saint Tropez
Last week I talked about my favorite place we stayed in Saint Tropez, now I want to show you the amazing beaches!
We spent a warm, sunny day at the beach just relaxing, having lunch, and walking along the shores of the French Riviera in Saint Tropez.
The beaches of Saint Tropez are free to the public, and there are many beach clubs lining the coast where you can rent chairs, towels, umbrellas, or have lunch.
Of course you can bring your own towels and layout for free! :)
The waters are crystal clear and perfect for swimming.
I don’t get in the water unless it’s super warm, and it was definitely warm enough for me to swim in. :)
Here’s another fun beach club. They all had different personalities!
There are no condos or houses on the beach — just the beach clubs and these teeny tiny little villas available for renting. How fun would it be to stay here for a night? :)
We made our way down to Nikki Beach and decided to pop in for lunch.
Nikki Beach is a popular beach club in Saint Tropez.
The atmosphere is ultra chill and swanky.
We had fabulous sushi by the pool!
After lunch we headed back out for the beach.
We saw these fun paddle boats with slides available to rent and immediately knew what we had to do the rest of the afternoon.
We boarded our plastic yacht for the afternoon and tried to fit in with all the massive yachts on the water. ;)
We had the best time paddling around, laying out on the deck, and of course zipping down the slide and splashing into the crystal clear ocean over and over!!
Seriously such a fun afternoon!! I felt like a kid again. :)
The beaches of Saint Tropez are gorgeous and definitely worth checking out if you are ever in the area. It’s fun wandering in all the beach clubs and checking them out — some have shops. There are vendors walking up and down the beach selling fresh fruit.
I will say the sand in Saint Tropez is not the most comfortable to walk on — it’s a little sharp from the shells and pebbles. So if you have sensitive feet, you may want to consider bringing water shoes. :)
As we said our final farewell to Saint Tropez, we had to stop one more time for lavender ice cream, of course. ;) This was the last lavender ice cream I had in France! Good thing I can make Sommer’s recipe any time I want. Although it is definitely not a good thing for my waist!! :)
See you next time on our final stop in the French Riviera… in Cannes!