Taking a ferry from Nice to Saint Tropez is a great way to travel from the capital of the French Riviera to the famous city on the coast when you are visiting France’s Cote d’Azur.
Ferries to Saint Tropez harbor run throughout the summer months (if you are visiting at another time of year, click here to see other options). Services depart from the port in the eastern part of Nice. They are run by a company called Trans Cote d’Azur, which offers regular services during the season.
The ferry from Nice to Saint Tropez takes 2 hours and 30 minutes one-way. As you travel, make sure to take in the views of the coast when you pass by famous towns and cities like Antibes, Cannes, and Saint Raphael.
Ferries on this route normally run several days a week between late May and late September. Trans Cote d’Azur offers a morning departure to Saint Tropez and an afternoon service back, so visitors can take a day trip from Nice to Saint Tropez if they don’t want to stay overnight. The timing of the ships allows passengers around five hours to explore Saint Tropez.
Tickets for the ferry from Nice to Saint Tropez cost 61 euros round-trip for adults and 46 euros round-trip for children between the ages of 4 and 10. Children under 4 years of age travel for free on this route.