Next morning it was off to St Tropez, sadly the weather forecast remained gloomy and we decided to start our journey back to England after the one night stay near Port Grimaud. We did do a short walk around though and came across these lovely objets d'art displayed by a local art gallery, all made from old engine parts.
'Save the Rhino'
Walking through the marina one cannot miss the 'Miniature Venice' theme with moorings and pedestrian bridges, restaurants, bars and cafes and some beautiful yachts all over the place. Modern apartments abut the marina and unless you are into the boating scene you will feel out here. You can look the part though ....
The marina at Port Grimaud
We have been to that lovely old town of St Tropez before, walked its streets and the large yacht marina giving St Tropez its glitzy glamour feel of money and decadence and that French style of joie de vivre. We did not visit it this time round but there will be another time. The Cote d'Azur is not a destination to do in a rush, if you are going there take time to just sit in the sun at a pavement cafe or bar with a glass of something and watch the people - just as you will be watched.
And remember to have fun .... !