Moorea Plage, Private Beach, St Tropez, French Riviera
About the beach
Moorea Private Beach is one of the more popular spots in the St Tropez area. This private beach offers a great Mediterranean menu, great service and a wide variety of facilities to its loyal clientele. This classic style private beach brings authenticity and a friendly team of employees to the sunny south. This private beach is also known to be extremely pet friendly so don’t be afraid to bring your pets along for a swim in the Mediterranean.
The beach restaurant
The beach restaurant serves lunch every day from 12.30pm to 5.30pm. This beach restaurant is known for its pleasant and friendly atmosphere as well as its great menu. The menu offers a wide range of southern flavours for you to choose from. The prices are very reasonable for this area with the steak starting from €24. They also offer a delicious platter of their house specials for €32 including, smoked salmon, swordfish, avocados and eggs. The beach bar also offers a wide range of cocktails to help you relax when you spend time on this southern paradise.
Sunbed full day: 25€
No front row
Moorea private beach is located near to the old village of Ramatuelle. This small village is located on the top of a hill to once defend itself against its enemies in the ninth and tenth centuries. When you have soaked up enough sun Moorea private beach you can then visit Ramatuelle and discover its fortified history. Visit the old parish church, “The Church of Our Lady” which compliments the village’s old fortifications that can be seen throughout this small settlement.
When it’s finally time to leave Moorea private beach, why not stop and admire the Memorial of the (SSAND) “Special Services Alumni of National Defence” . This memorial was erected to commemorate the bravery of the submarine servicemen during World War 2.
Exploring The Old Village of St Tropez can be an exciting and jaw dropping experience for any holiday goer. Enjoy St Tropez’s narrow ochre streets that climb all over the village, filled with art galleries and luxurious boutiques. This part of St Tropez has soaked up the decadence, the wealth and the taste without losing its original name as the quiet old undiscovered fishing village which St Tropez once was.
While you are in the private beach of Moorea plage you can take one of St Tropez breathtaking coastal walks. This coastal path starts in St Tropez village and carries on down through the rugged rocks of the coast and finally extending onto the famous Pampelonne beach so you can take it from Pampelonne to St Tropez if you wish. This coastal walk takes on average three and a half hours if you ignore any of the tempting sites along the way. This coastal path is well kept and clearly signposted so you don’t wander off the Pampelonne strip, .It is a good way to clear you head after a busy day St Tropez .
How to get there:
By car: During the summer season St Tropez can be a nightmare to drive in .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 Mey junction and then travel on the D25 to St Tropez. Follow the signs for Pampelonne beach to get to Moorea private beach. For more information please contact Easy Car Booking.
By Bus/Train: Unfortunately there is no train station in the St Tropez- Ramatuelle area . However you can stop at either St Raphael, Des Arcs or Toulon where you can take a regular bus link straight to St Tropez.
By Boat: For information on how to travel directly to your private beach via water taxi please visit Easy Boat Booking.
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