9:00 am: Be met at the foot of your boat or in the lobby of your hotel.
Drive to Saint-Tropez, this attractive town which has been for long one of the favorite stops of sailors between Marseille and Genoa. The painter Paul Signac attracted many other painters to this seaside town and soon the residents of Saint-Tropez included Seurat, Bonnard, Dufy, Kisling, Camoin, Matisse, Derain and Van Dongen, but it is Brigitte Bardot who turned it into a real myth in the 60s. Since then, this small, quiet harbor has turned into the “in” vacation spot for chic Parisians and international jet setters. You will follow your local guide on a walking tour of the town, the history of which is deeply linked to the sea, with its traditional heritage and mythical places which have made it famous, such as the Place des Lices where players play bowls games, or the Citadelle.
You will have the opportunity to observe “Petanque” (the bowl game) players in this famous square and sip a Martini Dry Vesper at the well-known Brasserie Senequier, famous for its delicious patisserie, such as the Tropézienne, and where celebrities love to be seen at. Lunch at Leaisure. Time permitting, during your excursion, you may wish to visit the Musée de l’Annonciade. The Annonciade Museum reminds us that the village of Saint-Tropez was one of the most active centers of "avant-garde" painting at the beginning of the 20th century, thanks to Paul Signac who, on board of his ship the Olympia, discovered this little fishing harbor in 1892.
5:00 pm: Return to your hotel or boat.