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Salins Beach, Saint Tropez

Beautiful shingle beach shaded by huge pine trees

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Salins Beach, Saint Tropez

Located north of the infamous stretch known as Pampelonne beach and about 7km from the town of Saint Tropez, Plage des Salins is a little slice of wilderness.

A shingle and shell covered beach this is not the pristine combed beach that we would expect of St Tropez but rather a small rugged cove offering up natural delights with a touch of luxury from the local (and only) beach club.

Setting & Location

Bordered by pines, this 600-metere long beach is slightly more exposed to the wind than Pampelonne but it's also substantially less crowded even in high season. This beach is popular with families and is relatively peaceful and quiet. There are two access roads with two free parking lots. 

Water Safety & Clarity

There's a first-aid station with showers and a lifeguard on duty (June to September) on the northern end. 

Beach Quality

The beach is definitely not the soft white sand of Pampelonne but it is still comfy enough to lay a towel on, or alternatively use the beach club loungers. 

Bars & Beachclubs

The only beach club is Les Salins which has beach chairs and parasols for rent. 

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Facilities

  • Outdoors
  • Lifeguard
  • Showers
  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Free parking
  • Accessibility
  • Car advisable
  • Disabled access
  • Pedestrian access
  • Pets not allowed