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St Tropez has long been associated with glitz and glamour,
meaning that a visit here is largely an adult affair. However, with the area
exploding in popularity, St Tropez has also become a great place for family
holidays, and families can enjoy the perfect stay in our fully-equipped luxury
villas. St Tropez
has a variety of days out on offer that children and adults
will love – read on to read five of our recommendations.

Enjoy a wet and wild
day out at Aqualand

While the temperature of the sea at St Tropez is perfect for
a couple of hours’ swimming, Aqualand promises an aquatic day out with a
difference. Located in Saint-Maxime, this water park has plenty to keep the
kids active, including a variety of slides and pools, with the excitement level
of the slides ranked from blue to black. Older children will be able to enjoy
all of the slides, while there are still some fun pools for younger children
and toddlers to play in too.

Visit the tempting
Pirate sweet shops

Everyone loves sweets, and children will definitely not be
able to resist the temptation of the treats that lie in the Pirate sweet shops.
These are more than regular sweet shops, with many of the sweets closely
resembling many real-life objects. Make sure you allow for plenty of time (and
money) to fully take in all that the shop has to offer.

Have a snorkelling
adventure at Cavalaire sur Mer

Nearby Cavalaire sur Mer is home to a calm and secluded bay,
which is perfectly for a number of activities including swimming, riding in a
dinghy and snorkelling. Here the water is still and crystal clear, meaning that
even if you just paddle in the shallow waters, you’ll see hordes of colourful
fish swimming around you. Near the rocks, you can also see the fish nibbling on
the seaweed.

Explore the St Tropez

The Citadelle is one of St Tropez’s main landmarks, located
just above the harbour, giving wonderful and fascinating views out over the
town and the bay. You can learn more about the Citadelle inside, where there is
an interesting maritime museum, while if you explore the surrounding area,
you’ll also see views looking out onto several of the nearby extravagant
houses. The views of the town, built with stunning sandstone, also don’t
disappoint, creating a vibrant contrast with the subdued sky.

Enjoy a boat trip
around the coast

What better way to explore the coastline than by boat? Take
a boat or a yacht to enjoy the stunning views this area is famous for, as well
as to see the hundreds of expensive yachts which are moored in the bay.

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