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The beaches around St. Tropez are long and sandy with safe blue waters perfect for swimming and paddling with the children. There are number of private beach clubs along this stretch of coastline, with excellent facilities.
Maison des Papillons (Butterfly Museum). When you think of St Tropez, beaches, wine bars and glamour may spring to mind, but there's a lot more to this famous bay than first meets the eye. Amongst many of its museums, is the delightful Maison des Papillons - a butterfly museum to capture the interest and imagination of the whole family. Created by Dany Lartigue, son of the famous photographer Jacques-Henri Lartigue, and grandson of André Messager, here you can see no less than 35,000 species - some extinct, some protected and other rare specimens from Africa and South America. In many cases, the displays show the butterfly’s natural habitat and how it camouflages itself. It is a collection demanding respect from entomologists the world over. Housed across two floors in Lartigue's former family residence, down a little alley (the narrow Rue Etienne Berny), it's also an opportunity to see inside a house typical of the region. And for something a little special, there's also an opportunity to visit the museum at night when it takes part in the Les Nuits des Musees. A charming outing for the whole family, this stunning collection of butterflies makes a welcome distraction from all St Tropez is more famously known for. After your visit, there is always the beach.
For a day trip, you could take the 10-minute ferry from St. Tropez to Sainte Maxime, and visit the popular family attraction Aqualand.
There are lots of fun water-sports to try out which older kids may love such as kayaking, jet skiing, paddle-boating, diving, and windsurfing. You could rent a boat for the day from St. Tropez and explore the beautiful coastline all together.
Walking or cycling day trips are a great way to explore the coast and countryside of the Gulf of St. Tropez. Choose child-friendly, marked nature trails and cycle routes to enjoy the wild flowers or spotting animals including deer, lizards, squirrels, wild boar, interesting insects and thousands of birds. Spark your kid’s imagination by visiting the magical castle ruins and ancient fortified villages in the rural villages surrounding St. Tropez. There is so much history and culture to be explored.
Azur amusement park in Gassin, with plenty of kid-friendly activities to choose from.