Cap 21, Private beach, St Tropez, French Riviera
About the beach
Cap 21 is a private beach based in Pampelonne, St Tropez, and is aimed at families who want some peace and quiet, along with reasonable prices and a pleasant atmosphere. Cap 21 is known for its friendly vibe and has a long line of loyal clientele who return regularly to this quiet getaway. This private beach has a family run beach restaurant that offers discretion, peace and tranquillity. The beach restaurant specialises in Provençale Cuisine with the speciality being the Squid á la Provençale. These southern flavours complement this Pampelonne paradise.
The Cap 21 private beach stretches across the centre on Pampelonne Beach and faces east out towards the tip of Corsica. The beach is open from 9am – 7pm and is easily accessible by car. Cap 21 also offers free parking for its customers which is nice perk. The private beach restaurant is open from 12.30-5pm and serves lunch only. The prices are very reasonable for this location and it is complemented by the humble family staff.
Cap 21 offers lounge hire and umbrellas for all their paying customers. The staff are are very accommodating and will try their best to find you a great spot.
Cap 21 private beach sits beside the historic town of Ramatuelle. This settlement was built on a hill to defend itself against enemies in the ninth and tenth centuries. When you are are finished your day of sunning on Cap 21’s private beach you can visit Ramatuelle by car and see its old parish church, “The Church of Our Lady” which compliments the villages old fortifications. You can also visit the famous Memorial of the “ Special Services Alumni of National Defence” . This memorial was erected to commemorate the duties of the submarine officers during World War 2.
Not far from this private beach is the scenic fishing village of St Tropez. For anyone visiting the French Riviera , St Tropez is a must see . From the majestic narrow streets to the wealth and glamour that spills onto the port, St Tropez has it all. If you look hard enough, you can also rediscover the quaint and beautiful fishing village that St Tropez once was. If you want to dip your feet into the fine arts of St Tropez, the La Musee de l’Annociade is home to some impressive collections of artwork by such painters as Matisse Bonnard and Signac.
If that’s not enough, you can also visit out the oldest art gallery in the area in Gassin, just next to St Tropez. Here, you can venture one of the many guided walks and trails that lead through this region and down the Ramatuelle peninsula. There are also numerous vineyards in the St Tropez and Gassin area for you to visit. Take in the beautiful scenery while you test one of the regions rosés free of charge.
How to get there:
By Boat: There are boat links that run from Nice to St Tropez. Private beach Cap 21 also provide a boat shuttle should you not decide to take a taxi. For information on a water taxi service to this private beach contact Easy Boat Booking.
By car: St Tropez is located near the A8, the road that joins Nice to Marseille. If you are travelling from Nice, exit the A8 at the Le Muy junction and then travel on the D25 to St Tropez. The whole journey each way is around 25 miles, from Marseille and Nice. For more information please contact Easy Car Booking.
By Train: There is no train station in the St Tropez- Ramatuelle area . You can disembark at either St Raphael, Des Arcs or Toulon where you can take a bus link straight to St Tropez.
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