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Great way to explore Nice! This city has so much more than the beaches and shopping, and you can see it all through this tour. But be aware that the "little hill" decribed in the tour description is more than just an easy little uphill bike ride!
all on time; excellent guide.
More time could have been given to St Tropez as the once a year Voiles de St Tropez was taking place.
excellent guide/driver.many stops,guide kept it organized f any1 got lost,,there was even a boat cruise
Great tour, but the boat in port Grimaldi was not included Make sure u do it is nice :)
We had lots of time in st tropez and got to see the market
Absolutely excellent. Our guide (Carolyn) was brilliant. Definitely worth it.
United Arab Emirates
The day was just too short to enjoy all the beauty and splendor of the area! The tour guide made sure that we at least saw the highlights. There were so many tourists during July, but we were placed in front of the line to get on one of the small boats to St Tropez, and we got picked up on time to leave by bus before it got even busier. No lines and no waiting. Wonderful!
The tour is definitely worth doing. You get to see all the charm of St. Tropez, including the amazing museum of "l'Annociade", and the fantastic views from the seaside road, especially when passing by the "Corniche d'Or", in the Esterel.
Our guide was wonderful and a pleasure to travel with to St. Tropez. She was professional, friendly, and informative. She was very accommodating, and we thoroughly enjoyed our day.
It rained most of the day in St. Tropez, but it was still a beautiful area. Our tourguide Caroline was very nice and knowledgeable.
Saturday was a great day to go because the market was being held. It is a long drive (2 hours by car, plus boat ride), so recommend it if you are really interested in seeing St Tropez.
The only thing we disliked was the time needed to reach there. It took almost two and half hours. The place itself was amazing and we got what we expected, the view, the atmosphere and the shopping also. More time should be given to this place, rather than Port Grimaud, which offered next to nothing in things to see and experience. Especially after you have been to St. Tropez itself and other places like Grasse and Eze. Our driver, Su had been very helpful and accomodating.
This tour is the only method to reach St. Tropez without headache of traffic jam (if you stay in Nice). Our guide was nice, but he didn't bother to tell stories/interesting moments on history or art of region at all. He brought us back to Nice around 4:30pm (much earlier than our guide of Monaco trour). So, we looked at him as just a driver, but not the guide. He gave us only 3 hours in St. Tropez and left us there immediately. It was 6 of us. A nice surprise was a speed boat ride from Ste. Maxim to the port of St. Tropez (instead of a long backroads way). Our tour was on Tuesday, when it's a market, so it was a huge crowd everywhere. Port Grimaud is a tiny hand-made village. We had an hour there, bought (5.50 euro/each) 20-min boat ride through all the canals. We'd prefer more time in St. Tropez with a guide walk around old town and citadel and cathderal. We are dissappointed by the guide and overall, but understand that we could not do it on our own without renting a car. If you can spend 300$+, do it. St. Tropez is spectacular!!!!!!!!!!!!