Saint Tropez 

4.4 (34 ratings)

About Saint Tropez

  • 734
    Berths
  • 18 m
    Length
  • 3.5 m
    Draft
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +33 4 94 56 68 70
    Phone

With a capacity of 734 moorings divided into two basins for an area of 9 hectares and a location in the heart of the village, the port of Saint-Tropez constitutes one of the major hubs of call in the Mediterranean where innovation and quality of services make it one of the most famous ports in the world. Its new harbor master's office, inaugurated in July 2017, offers a revisited reception desk, functional offices and a new VIP area, the "Saint-Tropez Lounge Club".

Harbour office

Période ~ 01/04 - 15/10
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
08h00-19h30 08h00-19h30 08h00-19h30 08h00-19h30 08h00-19h30 08h00-19h30 08h00-19h30

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
    Included in the price
  • Showers
    Not available
  • Restrooms
    Not available
  • Fuel
    Payment by card available
  • Sewage water facility
  • WIFI
    Free
  • Boat ramp
    Not available
  • Recycling
  • Bicycles
    For rent
  • Car rental
  • Video surveillance
    Not available
  • Night watchman
  • Laundromat
  • Ice for sale
  • Shipchandler
  • Customs clearance
    Not available
  • Lifting crane
    Max weight: 40 tons
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User reviews (34 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4.2/5
Cleanliness
| 4.1/5
Services
| 4.1/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.5/5
Tourism
| 4.8/5
  • Laurent
    Laurent ~ 31/10/2020
    Laurent Mastio | RIB ~ 5.3 m
    Verified review

    Mythical port. Very nice home. Very stylish. Otherwise, Matuvus tourists swarm, you have to ignore it, or consider that it is part of the decor, as you wish. My pontoon was open to tourists, so watch out for dog poop in the middle of the pontoon. Otherwise, people usually pick up their poodles' droppings, and the city stays very clean. Launching at Pilon. Giant parking where you can leave the trailer.

    Port mythique. Très bon accueil. Très chic. Sinon, les touristes matuvus pullulent, il faut en faire abstraction, ou considérer que ça fait partie du décor, au choix. Mon ponton était ouvert aux touristes, donc attention à la crotte de chien au milieu du ponton. Sinon, en général les gens ramassent les crottes de leurs caniches, et la ville reste très propre. Mise à l eau au Pilon. Parking géant ou l'on peut laisser la remorque.

  • Laurent
    Laurent ~ 01/09/2020
    J.Brown | Sailboat ~ 11.4 m
    Verified review

    Very nice stopover in a mythical and splendid village. Help with mooring, harbor office nearby, toilets and all shops in the immediate vicinity. No reservation for boat over 18 meters, go to the port entrance or a zodiac will pick you up immediately. High price.

    Très belle escale dans un village mythique et splendide. Aide au a l’amarrage, capitainerie à proximité, toilettes et tous commerces à proximité immédiate. Pas de réservation pour bateau de plus de 18 mètres, rendez-vous à l'entrée du port ou un zodiac viendra vous chercher immédiatement. Prix élevé.

  • Patrice
    Patrice ~ 17/08/2020
    Sundream V | Motorboat ~ 12.13 m
    Verified review

    Nice stopover. Mooring aid, very useful in windy weather .... Thanks again. Family getaway with walks and shopping in the beautiful little streets. Negative point: very high prices compared to other ports on the French Riviera, (also add € 2 for the shower!)

    Belle escale. Aide à l’amarrage, très utile par temps venteux.... Merci encore. Escapade en famille avec promenades et shopping dans les belles petites rues. Point négatif : tarif très élevés par rapport au autres ports de la Côte d’Azur, (ajoutez également 2 € pour la douche !)

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