One of the finest ways to experience the Cannes Film Festival is by experiencing it. The main focal point of the film festival is the Palais des Festival, and the close by Vieux Port, with plenty superyachts docked, has become one of the main attractions of the week-long festival.
Cruise along to the internationally known seaside resort St-Tropez, renowned for its draw of wealth and influx of artists and international celebrities. Bath in the sun while drinking at the Dior cafe St-Tropez while watching the yachts dock.
The beaches of the Gulf of St-Tropez and the bay of Pampelonne welcome you for an unforgettable experience of relaxation and pleasure. Whether you’re a regular at the legendary Club 55 or a fan of Tahiti Beach, the private beach clubs of Pampleonne, Ramatuelle welcome you.
Known also as the “Venice of Provence” Port Grimaud is truly a site to behold with its labyrinth of water ways with the owners having direct access to their yacht from their villas.
This pleasant, shady town square (also known as Place Carnot) is in the heart of Saint-Tropez, within a short walk of the Old Port and the Annonciade Museum. At this lovely square beneath the plane trees, the older men of Saint-Tropez still gather to play the ancient game of pétanque (the Provençal version of bocce ball). On Tuesday and Saturday mornings, a traditional Provençal market takes advantage of this spacious square.
A visit to the Maison des Papillons (Butterfly Museum) offers a change of pace from the sunbathing, sightseeing, and shopping of Saint-Tropez. With more than 35,000 items on display, the museum allows visitors to admire a wide range of butterflies.