|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 13% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||June||Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop|
|Average price||AED 2,207||Average for round-trip flights in August 2021|
|Round-trip from||AED 1,432||From Dubai Intl to Saint-Tropez|
|One-way from||AED 37||One-way flight from Dubai to Saint-Tropez|
DXB - NCE
AED 183 - AED 4,290
14 - 28 °C
10 - 136 mm
The summer months of July and August mark the peak season in St Tropez. Less rainfall and high temperatures of 27 degrees Celsius attract visitors from all over the world who visit to relax on the beaches and enjoy the sunshine. The city will be at its busiest during the peak months and flights to St Tropez and accommodation will also be pricy.
Although winter is the low season, there’s still plenty to do and the climate is mild. On average temperatures rarely drop below 6 degrees Celsius and highs can be in the low teens. If you don’t mind dodging a few raindrops then this is a good time to visit, as you are more likely to find a cheap flight to St Tropez during this period.
Spring and autumn both offer pleasant temperatures although visitors may wish to wear a light jacket during the cooler evenings. Watch out for a slight increase in rainfall during these seasons, particularly in October.
It’s hard to believe that the glitzy resort town in the South of France was once the country’s most important commercial port. Today, the boats arriving in St Tropez are more likely to be the yachts of celebrities than cargo ships carrying cork or wood. The town is the place to see and be seen and is famous as the backdrop in many a celebrity’s holiday snaps.
Unsurprisingly, the prices for almost everything, from food to accommodation, are high. But for those who arrive on a flight to St Tropez rather than their own personal yacht, there is still a range of affordable activities. The beaches around the town are very popular, with the best weather and the warmest sea to be found in France. Though the streets of designer shops are high-end, window shopping is free, and strolling the streets gives the perfect opportunity for people spotting.
The pace of life in St Tropez is languid. Most relax during the day, to save themselves for the evenings. There are many excellent restaurants and bars in the town; away from the waterfront prices drop considerably.
There is no international airport in the town – the closest are at Nice or Marseille – but smaller airlines have flights to St Tropez which arrive in the nearby Toulon-Hyeres Airport. Transport in this area of France is excellent, however, many visitors arrive in the town as part of a larger tour of the Cote D’Azure, on their way to Nice or Cannes.
July and August are the warmest months with daytime temperatures in the mid-20 and nights in the high teens. Spring and autumn have moderate temperatures, usually in the low 20s but require a jacket in the evening. Winter can be in the low-teens during the day, and the city rarely sees freezing weather. Spring and autumn have the most rain, and summer has the driest months.
Visitors can explore the town by walking or riding a bike and can travel to nearby towns on the public transport system.
Toulon-Hyères Airport (TLN) is located 32 miles (52 km) from St Tropez.
Nice-Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE) is located 65 miles (105 km) from St Tropez.