Summer or winter, the beaches of the French Riviera are great places to relax.

Summer

Beaches are synonymous with summer. Lazing by the Mediterranean, a dream come true!

The beaches of the French Riviera suggest relaxation and basking in the sun… The world-famous French Riviera is a must-do in the South of France.

Ideal for an irresistible dip in the sea, even for the faint-hearted, with water temperatures reaching 26/27 Celsius in the height of summer!

Winter

But not only in summer! The French Riviera beaches have always been appreciated for their mild Mediterranean climate in winter

Because it doesn’t have to be a hot summer’s day, you can laze on the beach on a clear day in winter too.

All you need is a good book and a picnic… Spread out your towel and breathe that sea air.

It’s enough to make you look forward to winter!

Grimaud

A mention of Grimaud conjures images of the medieval village or the world-famous lakeside town…

But Grimaud is also a pleasant seaside resort with beaches facing Saint Tropez.

One advantage well worth a mention is the free parking facilities (limited spaces), except at Port Grimaud.

Discover the beaches of Grimaud and our neighbouring beaches on the Gulf of Saint Tropez, where you can make the most of the sea air during your visit.

In Grimaudin the Gulf of St Tropez
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Plage de la Douane et du Débarquement

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Guerrevieille Beach

Small Grimaud beach in the direction of Sainte Maxime.

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Plages de la ponche et de la fontanette

‘La Ponche’ and ‘La Fontanette’ are two adjoining beaches of granular sand located between Portalet tower and Vieille tower and beside the fishermen's houses in the oldest part of Saint-Tropez.

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La Madrague beach

The beach of La Madrague, where a sequence of creeks is conducive to snorkeling to observe rock fish and posidonia.

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Grande Plage de Cavalaire

Long band of sand which alternates private and public beaches. Rafts on the sea to dive into crystalline waters.

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PLAGE DU VERGERON

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PLAGE DE SYLVABELLE

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La Croisette beach

Do you like the sun and the sea? This long protected beach west of the city is for you. Sand for everyone and a magnificent panorama of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and Sainte-Maxime.

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Plage de l'Escalet

The coastline that connects Cape Taillat at Cape Camarat is a delightful series of small beaches, coves, inlets with clear water between polished rocks and gold sand. Snorkel indispensable for exploring the seabed, unless you pref...

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Dauphin Plage

Beach umbrellas, mattresses, sunbathings. WIFI. Bar, grill, grilled fish and meat on barbecue.

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Plage de la bouillabaisse

Along the coastline between Saint-Tropez and Gassin, there is a wide sandy beach facing the ‘Les Maures’ mountain range which is shared between private institutions and coastline open to the public.

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Plage des graniers

Located at the foot of the southern slopes of the Citadel and beyond the seaside cemetery, this little sandy cove with clear, shaded water has kept its wild and natural character.

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Beach "La Moune"

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PLAGE D'HERACLEE

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Terre de Sable

Bar restaurant "feet in the sand." Mattresses, beach umbrellas, sunbeds.

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Elephants beach

The Elephants beach, located a stone's throw from the city center of Sainte-Maxime, was made famous by Jean de Brunhoff's comic strip "Voyage de Babar", published in 1932.

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Plage des salins

A family beach with transparent, clear waters, sometimes partly covered with dry posidonia carried by currents in the sea.

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Moulin Beach

Facing the port of Saint Tropez, small cove of sand beach appreciated for its small size.

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Bon Bini Beach

A nice beach which invites you to relax: - a swim in the clearest water in the bay, - spaced sunbeds for more comfort, - an international cuisine with only fresh products.

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Plage de Bonne Terrasse

In this small sheltered cove, the fishermen protecting their once sharp. The beach now lined with houses and homes nearby, has equipment and facilities mouth renowned. Dogs are allowed on the beach but only on a leash. Earlier in ...