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In the heart of Ste Maxime, the port is home to 800 pleasure crafts and around a dozen fishing boats. Stroll on the Leon Condroyer pier, which was completely refurbished in 2013. The Harbour master's office, whose architecture is reminiscent of the...more
When we visited this enchanting little Riviera town (came for a night, stayed for a week), one of our favorite things to do was take an after dinner stroll down to the port. It was peaceful and quiet, and a great place to relax.
For those wishing visiting Saint Tropez, the most efficient and cheap way to do so is by boat from Port de Sainte-Maxime which is just opposite Saint Tropez. The boats run frequently towards Saint Tropez and back with the ticket price at €13 pp. It...More
Beach by the port was sandy and the water was great. We really enjoyed going way out and floating. We rented lounge chairs and umbrellas at a restaurant right down the street from Le Petit Prince which made all day beaching very pleasurable.
St Maxime is much more relaxed and less touristy than St Tropez, which is very much up itself, and it you really do want to go there, it is a short and very pleasant boat trip across the bay. It's a lovely place to stroll...More
We have known this port for 39 years now and it has improved beyond recognition. Largely thru landspace improvements. Beautiful Paving, carved stone bollards, fountains, trees it is a real pleasure to stroll along or take the ferry from now.
The Port is full of many lovely outdoor cafes and aquatic shops . Some are pricey as I bought my wife a jacket for 200 euros or 250 $ .Here you can catch the very reasonably priced ferry to St.Tropez and other ports . To...More
The cheapest snd most reliable trip is to take the Navette to St Tropez. They leave every 20 minutes and return with the same frequency. There are plenty of places to eat in St Trop; those around the port are a bit... More
The cheapest snd most reliable trip is to take the Navette to St Tropez. They leave every 20 minutes and return with the same frequency. There are plenty of places to eat in St Trop; those around the port are a bit pricier than those in the centre. Alternatively look for boats to the Belle Iles.
If your looking for a private charter, then walk around the port and you will see what is on offer, but this is a very busy time of year and the prices are likely to be at a premium.