Rendez-vous in Sainte Maxime

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Rendez-vous in Sainte Maxime Boulevard des Mimosas 83120 Sainte-Maxime fr

An elegant Provencal and family-friendly city, Sainte-
Maxime is a dynamic town all over the year. Throughout its wooden hills and its typical landscapes of the “Massif des Maures”, it has a natural location on the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. South side, with its 11 km of Mediterranean coastline and its sandy beaches, the city represents the authentic “Provence”. We invite you to discover the little narrow streets, its Provencal market and its charming Marina ...

Over the sea...

If you like the sun and the sea, then you won’t be
disappointed! Its 6 km of sandy beaches invite you to relax and to enjoy water sports in a warm and familial atmosphere. Why don’t you embark on a cruise ship to one of the numerous destinations that we offer? Sainte-Maxime is also a paradise for water activities. Sailing enthusiasts are sure to find their thrills out on the water! Challenge the winds on a catamaran or on a windsurf, caress the waves on water ski or jet ski. Take off parasailing or discover the flora and the fauna of the Mediterranean sea.

Over the hills...

Beyond palm trees and sea-side umbrella pines, Sainte-Maxime offers a natural and protected environment that exudes the Provence”. By strolling through trails and hills, you will discover a full range of colors, from the olive tree’s silver-grey to the mimosas’ powder-gold. Numerous hiking and mountain biking are possible starting from Sainte-Maxime. Overlooking the bay of Saint Tropez and beyond the hillsides, venture into the kingdom of Cicadas ...

Through Arts and Museums ...

Since many years, Sainte-Maxime has been cultivating its architectural quality style, combining modern, Provencal as well as "Art Deco" architectural styles. Thematic itineraries invite you to explore this little-known heritage. Our local folklore and traditions’ museum The Square Tower (La Tour Carrée) and our Phonograph Museum you will return back in time.

After enjoying sun bathing, water sports, walking and architectural discoveries, you will be enchanted by Sainte-Maxime’s rich events’ program. Varied, eclectic events at the Carré” and the “Theatre de la Mer” as well as traditional festivals gives rhythm to the season in Sainte-Maxime!

to Sainte-Maxime :

  • By
    Train : Saint-Raphaël Valescure (24 km)
    Les Arcs Draguignan (24 km)
  • By Airplane :   Nice Côte d’azur (90 km) / +33 (0)820 423 333
    Toulon / Hyères (55 km) / +33 (0)825 01
    83 87
    / La Môle (15 km) / +33 (0)4 94 54 76 40
  • By car :
    A8 Highway, Le Muy exit then
    follow direction Sainte-Maxime RD 25 (24km).
  • By Bus :
    Several bus links
    available to reach Sainte-Maxime from:
    Nice côte d’Azur Airport , Toulon/Hyères
    and Saint-Raphaël.
    Varlib / +33 (0)4 94 56 25 74 /


de Tourisme *** de Sainte-Maxime
1, promenade Aymeric Simon-Lorière
B.P. 107 - 83120 Sainte-Maxime
Tél. : 0 826 20 83 83 (0.15­­/ min.)

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