Along with Nice, Cannes and Monaco, the primary airport for the French Riviera is Nice International Airport. This two terminal airport offers a free continuous shuttle bus in case you need to transfer from one terminal to the other. There are numerous direct flights from most major European cities, as well as some flights from North America.

The modern airport features numerous amenities including duty free shopping, Internet access points and many restaurants. Cabs, shuttle buses and rental cars are available at the airport in the arrivals area. Most of the major rental car companies have service counters in the baggage claim area.

St. Tropez is also served by the smaller Aeroport International Saint-Tropez-La Môlem, which offers service for private and business planes, as well as capacity for smaller airline aircraft from Swiss Air and Air France. Located about nine miles from the city center this makes for an ideal alternative if you’re coming from elsewhere in France, Switzerland or Italy.

Air of course is not the only option to get to St. Tropez and there is daily boat service from various points in the French Riviera. Consult the St. Tropez Tourism Office Web site for more information on arriving by boat from Nice or Cannes.