Getting to St. Tropez.
The Toulon- Hyères (www.toulon-hyeres.aeroport.fr) is the closest airport to St Tropez, being only 50 minutes away which is much better compared to other airports. You could get there via Ryanair from Stansted. If you don’t mind travelling longer in the car for about 90 minutes, you could land at Nice-Côte d’Azur airport (www.nice.aeroport.fr).If you are from the UK, you could grab a flight from various locations, such as Heathrow via the British Airways (www.ba.com), Dublin via Aer Lingus (www.aerlingus.com), Stansted and East midlands via bmibaby (www.bmibaby.com), Leeds-Bradford via Jet2 (www.jet2.com), Southampton via Flyve (www.flybe.com), or you could get on Easy Jet (www.easyjet.com) from Liverpool, Stansted, Gatwick, Belfast, Edinburgh, Newcastle and Bristol.Transfers
Grab a taxi from the Toulon-Hyères Airport which would cost Euro 110 for one way. You could also get on the 7803 bus which travels 5 times a day from the airport as well for only Euro 2 one way (www.varlib.fr).
From the Nice Airport, the cost for a Private Limousine, starting from Euro 395 for one way. If you could afford it, consider taking a three people helicopter ride with Azur Hélicoptère for 790 Euros which only takes 20 minutes. Taxi from Nice could cost from 206 Euros to 243 Euros. If you are on a budget, take the bus. Take the 3003 bus at Terminal 1 or Terminal 2, and go down at St Raphael and take a transit on the 7601 bus to get to St Tropez.
This might take a long time, but it is the cheapest alternative which would only cost less than 5 Euros.Alternatively, since you are already at St Rapahel, you could go to the Old Port there and catch the Bateaux de St Raphaël shuttle service. It costs 14 Euros for adults and 8 Euros for children to get to St Tropez.
The traffic jams would be enormous during summer. Avoid main roads and continue beyond St tropez, Le Croiz-Valmer or Gassin. Head over to the side roads via Ramatuelle and the St Anne Chapel to get to St Tropez.
For the best car rentals, head over to www.saintrop.com and you will be able to experience your dream car at Saint Tropez. This is the time for you to drive luxurious cars such as Ferrari, Porsche, Maserati, Bentley, Mercedes, and Lamborghini. The price is affordable, all you have to do is head over to the website, and choose the car of your dreams to book a car complete with delivery and drop off service.Wow the locals as you ride in your dream wheels, and head to clubs in Saint Tropez, impressing everyone. Speed by Saint Tropez and drive around the beautiful scenery as you feel the breeze of the French Riviera brushing through your hair.Be the centre of attention during your St Tropez Holiday. Exotic Car Reservations.
For more information on cruises that stops you right at the heart of the St Topez Village Harbor, Quai Jean Jaurès, call the personable tourism office at 974521.
Walking or Bike
The streets of Saint Tropez are quite small, making walking the perfect choice for short distance traveling. There are no efficient public transport system, except for very few shuttle bus which heads towards the popular beaches. If you would love to ride all over Saintrop and Ramatuelle on a bike or scooter, try Holiday Bikes at 12 Avenue Général Leclerc (972 617). Take a ride down Vieux port, park there and take a boat ride tour with Transports Maritimes Tropeziens ( 550 992).