Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Ferry to St Tropez from Cannes. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Another perfect day, again Viator made this possilbe and we truly enjoyed our boat ride and the time spent in St. Tropez.
Great way to travel to St. Tropez. The ferrywas clean and comfortable and snacks and beverages are available for purchase. St. Tropez is a quaint small town. Try and catch the street Market for shopping. Stop for a nice lunch by the water and tour the town. I was surprised that there really isn't a beach to enjoy.
The ferry trip was very enjoyable and St. Tropez was well worth the visit. There was no difficulty in telephoning the ferry company to change the date we had booked. Booking in advance through Viator was a very good idea.
One thing that would improve the experience would have been a more orderly way of lining up to embark. There was a crush of people at St. Tropez with the people who arrived last pushing their way in front of people who'd waited an hour to board.
So glad we per-booked our trip with Viator as last year we tried to get the boat to Monaco but it was fully booked so this year we decided to book before we went for St Tropez and came across Viator on the web. Having read other's feedback we decided to book and it was so easy and no extra cost than paying in resort. We had lovely day out and will certainly use the site again.
Excellent value and a memorable day in St Tropez. Best way to get there from Cannes.
Easy to find port in Cannes and the ferry was pleasant. St Tropez is busy with a lot of tourists and pricey but we jumped on another 15mins ferry to St Maxime upon arrival to St Trop for a much more reasonably priced lunch and much quieter beach. I enjoyed the ferry ride.
Ferry to St Tropez was exellent. and was the easiest and most pleasant way to travel. Staff were all superb and cold drinks aplenty.
Ferry exactly on time and a good day had by all.
Trip was really good, we enjoyed the boat ride to St. Tropez since we had a beautiful day to cruise on. Boat crew excellent and very imformative, would use this company again anytime. Many thanks Richard and Kirsten
Left on time and good journey. Only thing I would say is be early for trip back! they said to be at harbour for 4.15 ready to leave at 4.30 but ferry left at 4.17!!! I am sure some people were left behind which I wouldn't have been happy with if I had paid for day trip! They counted us on in the morning but not when we got back on! Saturday was a great day to go as lovely big market with some bargains - sun hat for 10 euros and freshly squeezed orange juice 2euros. Liked all lovely little streets, more character than Cannes. Much better than travelling by road or train.
I booked this trip before leaving Australia. Unfortunately I ended up too sick to go but my husband still went. The trip was easy to do with the boats leaving on time and having great weather. This was a nice relaxing way to go to St Tropez and be able to take your time to do what you want.
Excellent trip, easy to find, no hassles, on time, friendly helpful staff.
The ferry has a nice view! Be warned that even though we went during non-peak season, they do sell out and its very hard to get a good seat. Its pretty crowded. Also, they do not wait for you, so be early. As the boat was pulling out, there were people running toward it, but the ferry didn't wait. St. Tropez is a cute beach town, and I'm glad we were able to experience it.
Had a glorious day for this boat trip and the coastal scenery was fantastic. Boat very busy and did not think it was a well-designed boat for the crowd, in that the seats on the top deck went right up to the rails and there were only very limited places you could stand to get photos of the coast if you didn't happen to get a seat by the rail on that side of the boat. I've been on other crowded boats where you could move around better to get the photos you want. St Tropez worth the visit although we were surprised to find ourselves with almost too much time on our hands since there were only limited activities within walking distance of the quay and we didn't want to spend the lovely day in a museum.