Bliss Hotel

Place de la Republique, St-Tropez, 83310, France
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Taxi from St Tropez to Nice

by chellebella

Does anyone know how much a taxi would cost from St Tropez to Nice? We have to catch a flight in Nice at 8:45am and I'm thinking that Taxi would be the speediest way.

Re: Taxi from St Tropez to Nice

by ExParisian

Sorry, is yr flight leaving at 8:45 OR do you plan to be at Nice Airport at 8:45?

If you take your taxi roudabout 5.30 AM (night tariff for single journeys: €2,26/km, from Saint-Tropez) to be at Nice Airport approx. an hour later (night tariff, €18/hour), it should be approx. €200, maybe a little less.

Less expensive if the Day tariff applies.

Re: Taxi from St Tropez to Nice

by Sarastro

The Nice airport is 105 km from St. Tropez or about 1+30 enroute assuming no traffic. Tolls, which you may be charged extra for, are about 7€ each way.

Re: Taxi from St Tropez to Nice

by sbgworld

you can try this reliable company : Azur Driver -
we've already used them, it was a perfect service for an early flight in Nice.

Travel Tips for Saint-Tropez

Water Skiing

by reeka

As I had never been water skiing before and was quite nervous as doing so, however, I was in a group of people who had not done it either, so I felt ok.

Beforehand on the shore we got a short demonstration on how to hold onto the line when being pulled up by the boat.

It was on the third day that we finally got the chance to have a go due to the previous days being too rough in the bay. We did not have to worry about bringing equipment as it was all arranged for us already. I also would not know a place in the area where the equipment could be hired. Although, I'm sure along the coast of the bay there will be hire shops, or to find the information centre in St. Tropez.

A pair of water skiis, a boat and one of those rope thingies (sorry, do not know the correct terms). Also a buoncy aid.

Harbour St Tropez

by NiceLife

Simple fishing boats point to the history of Saint Tropez, overtaken by the explosion that followed Vadim and Bardot in the late fifties where they filmed "And God Created Woman"

The folklore origin of Saint Tropez is the landing here two thousand years ago of a Roman christian convert centurion, bound to the mast of his cast away ship with a cockerel companion that pecked out his eyes.

Today the boats landing at the harbour are more likely just simple fishing boats which unload extraordinary expensive sea food, to be eaten in even more extrordinarily expensive restaurants, by grossly overpaid western media moguls.

Pleasure boats and yatches offer a vantage point from which to watch the pleasure-seekers below.

Saint Tropez

by venteeocho

Pink and gold housefronts along the harbour reflected in deep-blue water, under an azure sky ; a brilliant red sunset behind purple hills, viewed from a café terrace on the port – just postcard clichés, too good to be true.
But they are true!
In Saint-Tropez and on the peninsular you will find truly exceptional luminosity and intensity of colour.
This very special quality of light derives from the unique and paradoxical location of Saint-Tropez on France’s Mediterranean seaboard, as well as from its outstanding climate.
The town of Saint-Tropez stands at the end of a wild Peninsula, overlooking a bay bearing its name. Its history is exceptionally rich in high feats of arms and historical events.

In ancient times, Saint-Tropez was populated by Phoenicians who set up anchorages along the coast to facilitate their commercial navigation. Amongst these was the Antique town of Athenopolis which was perhaps situated on the emplacement of the present town of Saint-Tropez.

During Roman times, the town was known under the name of Heraclea. In the year 68 A.D. Torpes who was the highest stewart of the house of Nero, was converted to Christianism by Saint-Paul who was under his custody.Torpes solemnly professed his Christian Faith during a feast given by the emperor in honour of the godess Diana in Pisa.

This infuriated the emperor so much that he had Torpes tortured and beheaded. His body was put on a boat with a cockerel an a dog and set on the Arno river.The ligurian current pushed the boat over to the shores of Saint-Tropez thus turning him into the Patron Saint of the inhabitants of the town.

Saint Tropez

by laetitiad

SaintTropez used to be a small fishing town until the sixties. Then a few famous people (including Brigitte Bardot) settled there. From then Saint Tropez is THE place to be (and to be seen) during July and August.

"Les voiles de Saint Tropez."

It's a meeting of old yachts : you can admire old yachts, see races. It's at the beginning of October in Saint-Tropez.


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Address: Place de la Republique, St-Tropez, 83310, France