Saint-Raphaël boat rental for lunch in Pampelonne
Discovery of Pampelonne Beach by boat
Pampelonne beach has a rich and fascinating history. It became famous in the 1950s thanks to Brigitte Bardot, who filmed the film "And God... Created Woman" there. Since then, it has become an internationally renowned venue, attracting celebrities from all over the world. But beyond fame, Pampelonne beach stands out for its exceptional natural beauty. With its 5 kilometers of fine sand and azure waters, it offers a heavenly setting for swimmers, water sports enthusiasts and sun worshipers. The best way to discover Pampelonne is boat rental Saint-Raphaël with skipper.
Prices for our PARDO 38. We will pick you up from Saint-Raphaël, or as close as possible to your vacation spot. We also have Fjord 44 or 52
Water activities in Pampelonne
For lovers of water activities, Pampelonne beach offers a multitude of exciting options. You can rent jet skis, go scuba diving, paddle boarding, or simply relax on a floating mattress while admiring the luxury yachts anchored offshore. Most yachts depart from Saint-Raphaël.
The Pardo 38: luxury, design, comfort. For 11 passengers + skipper. An unforgettable day to go to Saint-Tropez, Pampelonne, Cannes, Monaco...
Go by boat to the restaurant in Pampelonne from Saint-Raphaël
Saint-Raphaël is close to Pampelonne beach which is renowned for its renowned beach restaurants. You can enjoy freshly prepared Mediterranean dishes while enjoying the sea breeze. Some of the most famous restaurants include:
Club 55 is an institution in Pampelonne. Founded in 1955, it has hosted film and fashion stars from around the world. The menu offers a variety of Provençal and seafood dishes, and its famous salad "Salade 55" is a must.
Tahiti Beach is another iconic beach restaurant. It is famous for its lively evenings and quality Mediterranean cuisine. Try their fresh grilled fish and exotic cocktails.
For a more glamorous experience, head to Nikki Beach, where you can enjoy fine dining while listening to live music and enjoying a festive atmosphere.
Greene is a music restaurant, for partying and dancing.
Club 55 is one of most famous restaurant in Pampelonne, with such a special atmosphere.
Located at the west end of Pampelonne beach, Bambou will enchant you with its warm atmosphere and the beauty of its decoration.
The unique atmosphere of Pampelonne
Beach and thislebrities
The atmosphere at Pampelonne beach is electric. You will be able to meet celebrities from all over the world, but the atmosphere remains relaxed and friendly. Regulars mingle with tourists, creating a unique atmosphere where everyone can enjoy the beauty of the beach.
Nightlife in Pampelonne is just as lively as during the day. Many bars and clubs await you to extend the party until the end of the night. Renowned DJs and theme parties make Pampelonne beach a must-see destination for partygoers.
The Pardo 38: luxury, design, comfort
Our Pardo 38 is a fantastic boat for a day at sea.
You will have two large sun loungers for 3 to 4 people, at the front and at the back. If the sun is too strong, you will have two bimini tops at your disposal to lie down in the shade.
The rear beach is fantastic, and you can enjoy swimming in exceptional comfort. You have an easy bathing ladder to access the Mediterranean.
On board, three refrigerators, an exceptional sound system, toilets, an outdoor shower with hot water, an ice maker...
The dining area is perfect for 6 to 10 people. You have crockery on board, glasses, etc.
Saint-Raphaël, an iconic coastal town on the French Riviera, has a fascinating history spanning several millennia. From the first human occupations attested by prehistoric sites to luxurious Roman villas, Saint-Raphaël has always been a privileged place due to its strategic position between the Mediterranean Sea and the reliefs of the hinterland. The passage of the Ligurians and Roman domination left numerous traces in Saint-Raphaël, particularly in the architecture and infrastructure. The medieval era also marked Saint-Raphaël, with the construction of fortifications to protect against invasions and pirates, highlighting the strategic and commercial importance of the city throughout the ages. The Saint-Raphaël Tourist Office will be able to give you all the information you need to organise your stay.
Unspoiled nature around Saint-Raphaël
The Esterel Massif, with its red rocks plunging into the azure blue of the Mediterranean, is one of the exceptional natural landscapes that contribute to the appeal of Saint-Raphaël. Hikers and outdoor enthusiasts will find what they are looking for on the marked trails, offering breathtaking views of the coast of Saint-Raphaël. The beaches and coves invite relaxation and the pleasures of the sea, making Saint-Raphaël a privileged destination for seaside relaxation and escape into nature.
Cultural life and events in Saint-Raphaël
The dynamic and diverse cultural life of Saint-Raphaël reflects its rich heritage and creativity. Festivals, concerts, exhibitions and markets bring Saint-Raphaël to life throughout the year. In the summer, Les Jeudis Live features local and international artists at the seaside of Saint-Raphaël. The night market and the Christmas market are events that strengthen community ties and highlight the cultural richness of Saint-Raphaël.
The Ports of Saint-Raphaël
The Old Port: charm and tradition
The Old Port of Saint-Raphaël is the historic heart of Saint-Raphaël, a place where charm and tradition blend perfectly. It is the ideal starting point for exploring the city and its surroundings, offering visitors picturesque views of traditional fishing boats and modern yachts.
Port Santa Lucia: modernity and leisure
A short walk from the city center, the Santa Lucia Port stands out for its modernity and leisure facilities. With over 1600 moorings, it is the second largest marina on the French Riviera, welcoming a variety of boats and offering numerous water activities.
The port of Poussaï: a haven of peace
More intimate, the port of Poussaï is a little hidden gem, ideal for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle. It is a haven for nature lovers and diving enthusiasts, offering privileged access to exceptional diving sites.
Saint-Raphaël is near Saint-Tropez
The party in Saint-Tropez
The nightlife of Saint-Tropez is renowned throughout the world. The clubs, bars, and restaurants fill up as soon as the sun sets. Some of the hottest spots include the famous Les Caves du Roy club, where celebrities and partygoers meet to dance until dawn.
Concerts and events
Saint-Tropez regularly hosts open-air concerts, music festivals, and other cultural events throughout the year. Attending a concert by the sea is a unique experience, and the city offers a lively arts scene.
Restaurants in Saint-Tropez
Gastronomy in Saint-Tropez
Mediterranean cuisine is in the spotlight in Saint-Tropez, and the city's restaurants never disappoint. From Michelin-starred restaurants to relaxed beach taverns, you can enjoy delicious dishes using fresh local produce. Don't miss out on tasting bouillabaisse, a Provençal specialty.
The PARDO 38 is an exceptional boat.
The essential addresses
Among the internationally renowned restaurants in Saint-Tropez is "Le Vague d'Or" led by chef Arnaud Donckele, awarded three Michelin stars. “La Vague” restaurant offers an unforgettable culinary experience with a spectacular view of the Mediterranean Sea. For a more relaxed experience, "Le Club 55" on Pampelonne Beach is a popular option, offering Mediterranean cuisine and a relaxing setting.