Nannies in Saint-Tropez
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Discover the top Saint-Tropez kids activities
Whatever you choose to do on your family holiday, you are sure to find a huge range of activities across Saint-Tropez with your family or with Nanny du soleil. There is something for everyone, every ability and every age. Check out the selection of things to do below for some holiday inspiration!
Very famous is Azur Theme park with thrilling roller coasters, more than 35 attractions and an 18 hole mini golf course,the park offers evening entertainment for the whole family with various passes being available, depending on how brave you are feeling. The mini golf course is open daily from 12:00 (April to September).
There are two waterparks close to Saint Tropez – in Sainte-Maxime and Frejus. Aqualand in Sainte-Maxime is a 30 minute drive on the road out of St Tropez but the route can be congested in the summer months. An alternative is to take the 15 minute Bateaux Verts water taxi across the gulf and then take the local bus on to Aqualand from Sainte-Maxime, making for a more relaxing day and adding the adventure of a boat trip! And waterpark in Frejus waterparks.
Very famous is also Les Tournels camping village which is proposing a lot of activities for kids.
The beaches around the coastline offer plenty of opportunities for both a small paddle or some full on watersports. The warm and gentle waters of the Mediterranean are perfect for young children and you will find that many of the main beaches have lifeguards on duty, toilets and changing facilities during the busy summer months.
Plage des Jumeaux Beach Club Plage des Jumeaux Beach Club on Pampelonne Beach is probably the best known of the ‘family-friendly’ beach clubs. It has a playground and beach toys available for your little ones entertainment. Plage de la Bouillabaisse Plage de la Bouillabaisse is a public beach and lies closer to the town of Saint Tropez. It’s good for families as you will find the water here is clear and shallow for some way out so perfect for swimming and paddling. Facilities are excellent, with public toilets, showers a first aid station with life guards on duty from mid-June to mid-September. Away from Saint Tropez to the west are the smaller seaside resorts of La Croix Valmer and Cavalaire sur Mer. The sweeping stretch of beach at Plage du Debarquement is especially recommended for families thanks to it’s position in a sheltered bay and the number of facilities on offer.
Dive into the beautiful waters of Saint-Tropez and discover the world below. Scuba diving is a fantastic way to explore what lies below. If you are new to scuba diving, the diving schools in Saint-Tropez that can teach you the ropes and get you started. For those more experienced there are plenty of excursions in Saint-Tropez where you can dive into the beautiful blue waters and explore the depths below.
Visit the Saint Tropez Citadelle and do some posh house spotting Saint Tropez Citadelle is located above the harbour, and gives wonderful views all around the bay, and of the exquisite properties on the hillside above the bay. The Citadelle is actually a martime museum, and you could certainly visit there with the kids.
Visit the markets, but specifically the local NIGHT markets
There are a lot of local markets in Provencal; plenty to enjoy in the mornings and to browse through with the kids for gifts BUT the best time to take in the markets is in the evening. The harbours and marinas come alive with the night trading, and the lights and glow can be captivating for the kids.
Apart from art and crafts, play-dough, picnics, dens, treasure hunt, water play, making sandcastles , listening to music and learning a few new words, songs and dance, here are some more specific activities we suggest for children who visit Saint-Tropez and the French Riviera, with a Nanny du Soleil.
About Saint Tropez
Nestled along the French Riveria and a short drive from Nice or Cannes, St. Tropez is one of the liveliest towns along the coast during the summer. Vacationers delight in the sandy beaches, culture, gourmet food and hot nightlife of St. Tropez. The wealthy Plage Port Grimaud is the best beach to see and to be seen lounging in a Burberry bikini. Plage de Tahiti is notorious for its “unspoken” clothing-optional policy and risque atmosphere.
The best beaches for families can be found at Plage de la Bouillabaisse, Plage des Graniers and Plage des Jumeaux, which also offer beachside playgrounds. Plage de Pampellone is 3 miles of beautiful beaches, bars and places to stop for snacks.
Not a beach person? Lunch like the French in a cozy cafe overlooking the harbor and take in the people and the ritzy yachts in the harbor. Prowl around the open-air markets for hidden antique treasures, break out the credit cards for shopping at the upscale boutiques, or curb your spending and settle on a quality bottle of olive oil or wine from Provence.
Provenciale cuisine has gained recognition outside of this region as Mediterranean food is celebrated from chic restaurants inNew York to hidden gems in the middle of America. For a true Provenciale treat, try the dish that have made this cuisine famous: boullaibaise accompanied by a fine glass of burgundy or bourdeaux from a local vineyard. Foodies shouldn’t leave town before indulging in dinner at gourmand Alain Ducasse’s noted restaurant Spoon byblos at the Hotel Byblos.