Renting a holiday home in Sainte-Maxime in the South of France? Rent your holiday home with a sea view here, book an apartment on the beach, or opt for a luxury villa with a private swimming pool in Sainte-Maxime and enjoy a wonderful holiday on the Côte d'Azur.See all Holiday Homes
Renting a holiday home or villa in the South of France? Sainte-Maxime is a beautiful seaside resort on the Côte d'Azur and has been a popular holiday destination for years. If you are looking for comfort, luxury and relaxation, renting a holiday home in Sainte-Maxime is an excellent choice.
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The offered holiday homes in Sainte-Maxime offer something for everyone. The range varies from comfortable apartments to large holiday villas with a private swimming pool. You can also choose from accommodations located in the center, within walking distance of the beach, but if you are looking for more privacy, you can opt for a detached holiday home on the outskirts of Sainte-Maxime. Even then you can reach the beach in a few minutes. In the immediate vicinity of Sainte-Maxime you will find other nice villages such as Les Issambres (8 km), Plan-de-la-tour (10 km), or Grimaud (13 km). A visit to the famous city of Saint-Tropez (15 km) or Fréjus (20 km) is also recommended.
Sainte-Maxime is known for its beautiful beaches, cozy terraces and shops. Nartelle Beach is one of the highlights with a beautiful beach and a pleasant boulevard. Take a walk on the boulevard or along the coast or opt for a boat trip to the small islands off the coast of Sainte-Maxime.
Whether you're looking for adventure or just relaxing on the beach, a holiday rental in Sainte-Maxime is the perfect place for an unforgettable holiday in the South of France.
From your vacation home in Sainte-Maxime, you have the choice to discover up to 7 different beaches. Below you will find more information about the various beaches around Sainte-Maxime.
La Garonnette beach
La Garonnette Beach is the easternmost beach of the Saint-Tropez peninsula! There are some rocks where you can catch small crabs, and there are toilets and a restaurant at the beach.
La Croisette beach
If you love sun, sea, and sand, then this long supervised beach to the west of the city is for you. There is plenty of space for everyone, and from the beach, you have a beautiful view of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and Sainte-Maxime. Toilets and a restaurant are available at this beach.
Plage de la Nartelle
The beach of La Nartelle is located east of Sainte-Maxime. Plage de la Nartelle is a long sandy beach, ideal for families with children. Additionally, this is a good spot for windsurfing, surfing, and bodyboarding in the east wind. Toilets and a restaurant are available at this beach.
Plage des Éléphants
Plage des Éléphants (The Elephants Beach) is just a stone's throw away from the city center of Sainte-Maxime. This beach became famous in France through the comic strip "Voyage de Babar" by Jean de Brunhoff. The creator of the comic strip stayed in this area of Sainte-Maxime and was inspired by the beautiful landscape to illustrate Babar and his wife Celeste's famous honeymoon in a hot air balloon.
Until today, the De Brunhoff house still exists and overlooks the sea. This unguarded beach in Sainte-Maxime is perfect for relaxing and sunbathing!
Plage Luc Provensal du centre-ville
In the heart of Sainte-Maxime lies the beach Plage Luc Provensal. From the beach to the south of the center, you have a beautiful view of Saint-Tropez and its famous clock tower.
The beach is easily accessible; you can walk down and relax in the shade of the pine forest in the afternoon. It's a beach where you can combine swimming, shopping, and going out for a festive experience! There is a catering terrace on the beach.
La Pointe des Sardinaux
La Pointe des Sardinaux, which loosely translates to "Little Corsica," is a wild and natural peninsula just off the beach of La Nartelle. Picnicking, sunbathing, diving, and exploring are popular activities here. La Pointe des Sardinaux is a magical place where people of all ages can discover plants, seaweed, shellfish, and mollusks. This place exudes an oasis of peace both in summer and winter. It is accessible by road in the direction of Saint-Raphaël, but it's difficult to see from the road as you can only reach it on foot. You can park at the edge of the road.
During your vacation in Sainte-Maxime, you have the opportunity to have a picnic on the grass in the shade, observe shells and shellfish with your children in the rocks, sunbathe on a small sandy beach at the end of the peninsula, or go diving (depth from 0 to 40m).
In addition to sun, sea, and beach, you will also find two points of interest here. Firstly, a bunker from the Second World War, where the landing took place on August 15, 1944. The other point of interest is a pond dating back to Roman times.
La Madrague beach
La Madrague Beach is suitable for snorkeling, rock fishing, and observing Posidonia (type of seagrass). The beach is unguarded and there are no further facilities such as toilets or a terrace available.
During high season, dogs are only allowed under the bridge on the downtown beach. From October 1st to May 31st, dogs are allowed on a leash on the beaches of La Croisette, La Madrague, Les Elephants and the beach bridge area of the town centre. Guide dogs for the blind are allowed on all beaches.