Climb aboard a traditional Provencal fishing boat for a wine tasting at the end of the day, as the sun sets. Admire the coastline and taste the rosés (or others on request) that go perfectly with the setting and the magic of the place. Ready to go? Head for the city of Saint-Tropez!
An unforgettable moment
Join your wine expert guide and the captain from Port Grimaud for a unique trip aboard our traditional fishing boat, off the coast of Saint-Tropez. Admire the coastline and taste the rosés (or other colors on request) that will go perfectly with the atmosphere, the setting and the cheese and cold meat platter we’ve prepared for you.
An unforgettable moment to enjoy with family, friends or colleagues! Ideal for hen or stag parties, birthdays and anniversaries… this ride is sure to delight.
Port Grimaud is a must-see and one of the largest marinas on the Côte d’Azur. Inspired by Venice and Provence, you’ll find yourself immersed in the heart of canals, bridges, houses lined with boats… Hence the nickname “Little Venice of the South”. The atmosphere is warm and colourful.
In 1962, an architect decided to build a lakeside town on a marsh in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. More than 1,000 fishermen’s houses were built, each with access to the sea and a ring for their boat. This innovative idea caught on, and Port Grimaud became a must-see destination on the Côte d’Azur. Today, lovers of the town and its inhabitants want to preserve the charm of its colourful houses, narrow streets and heritage.
Thibault touzeau, blogueur (Travel Me Happy) shares with you his experience onboard our pointu :
“”After the 2CV ride, it’s off to Port Grimaud to board a pointu in the company of Sonia from Beyond The Wine, who organises trips at sea with rosé tastings and local specialities. The pointu is the traditional Provencal boat par excellence. It’s a convivial and truly unforgettable experience, especially at the end of the day, when the sun lights up the colourful facades of Saint Tropez and Port Grimaud!” Click here to read the full article “Sur la Route des vins de Provence”