Saint-Paul de Vence is one of the oldest towns on the French Riviera. Expect to enjoy medieval architecture, Renaissance churches, and a handful of art galleries showcasing both modern and traditional work. What's the draw? Saint-Paul offers a taste of rural France, which contrasts nicely with the beach towns of the Cote d'Azur. The town itself sits inside a 15th-century fortification and boasts cobblestoned streets. A scene that you'd struggle to witness anywhere else on the southern coast. Saint-Paul's charm is immeasurable. When you're not visiting the Grimaldi Castle museum and soaking up its 14th-century relics or enjoying spectacular countryside views from atop the ramparts, you'll likely be soaking up Saint Paul's thriving art scene. Visitors can make the most of the town's artisan vendors and boutique stores. Garments made with traditional silks make for great gifts, and you'll leave looking like a local! Saint-Paul de Vence links nicely with the nearby towns of Cannes and Nice. From both coastal towns, the drive takes less than 30-minutes.
A boat tour is a short excursion in a boat taken for travel reasons, regularly beginning and finishing off with a similar spot, and ordinarily of a duration less than a day. One of the biggest advantages of exploring by boat is that you’re able to enjoy the French Riviera from a different perspective. As you sail the coastline, you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views of the Cote d’Azur and its glamorous towns. Not only that, but you’ll be able to swim, snorkel and sunbathe at the same time! FranceRent offers a variety of boat tours, including family-friendly boat trips and romantic boat tours. Our Saint-Tropez boat tour is perfect for those wanting to combine a land and sea tour and explore the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. Most boat tours range between €100 and €500 per tour and include complimentary parking at the dock and drinks onboard.