GlobeAir is certified to land in La Mole Airport, which is only used for charter flights and is, therefore, a peaceful and straightforward way to arrive, away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist crowds. La Mole is located just a 20-minute drive from St Tropez and we can even provide a private road transfer to take passengers directly to their hotel from the airport. We can also arrange a helicopter transfer to Montecarlo from La Mole, which is ideal for those looking to holiday in the exclusive Monaco principality.
Saint Tropez: the largest resorts in the French Riviera
St Tropez is famed the world over for being one of the most exclusive holiday hotspots on earth. Set on the western edge of its own peninsula, St Tropez enjoys stunning views out to sea and across the harbour, where yachts arrive day and night. Top things to do, of course, include frequenting exclusive bars and clubs and enjoying fine seafood at the harbourside restaurants. Boutique and designer shopping is also hugely popular in St Tropez – but what better way to arrive at one of the world’s most exclusive resorts than via private air charter?
How much does a private jet flight cost to St Tropez?
A private jet, or air taxi, can cost considerably less than you may imagine, especially if you manage to book an empty leg flight. Empty leg flights refer to the necessary return journeys that Jets need to make following a booked charter flight. Booking one for yourself can see you save up to 90% off the normal charter price, making it an affordable way to reach St Tropez in style. Other factors such as whether or not you choose a transfer if you would like a private concierge and how many passengers you have will determine the exact price. However, there’s no doubt that arriving in the most glamorous resort in Europe is most ideally achieved via private jet. If you are thinking about booking a private air charter to La Mole – St Tropez, then simply fill out our online booking form today.
Beautiful beaches and luxury yacht trips
Yachting and St Tropez go hand in hand as the well-heeled arrive by boat every day at the St Tropez Yacht Club. A private yacht charter is easy to arrange and allows visitors to explore the whole French Riviera including the resorts of Nice, Cannes and Monaco. Beaches are plentiful, but the biggest and most well-equipped is the famous Pampelonne beach, home of the A-listers. This beach plays host to many Beach Clubs which have gained international fame as the “place to be seen” including Tahiti Beach, Nikki Beach and Club 55. Those looking for more secluded beaches can head both east and west to discover quiet inlets, bays and coves, although these are even better still when discovered on the water from a yacht.
Luxury guide to St Tropez shopping, restaurants and hotels
Fine dining is in good supply in St Tropez, where the waterside is lined with plenty of amazing, highly regarded restaurants. Top eateries in the resort include the world famous La Vague d’Or, home of the chef Arnaud Donckele, who has earned three Michelin stars for his Mediterranean restaurant at the Résidence de la Pinède. If you’d rather dine where the locals eat for some local flavour, however, try the town’s oldest restaurant, Auberge des Maures, the best place for authentic Provencal cooking. Top luxury hotels include Hotel Byblos, a five-star collection of rooms and suites, of which none are the same. The Hotel Sezz St Tropez is another of France’s most celebrated hotels but is, in fact, a collection of luxury villas, many with private terraces and pools. Shopping is a hugely popular pastime in St Tropez, which comes as a little surprise once you discover the designer labels on offer here. Nestled among the cobbled streets of the old town are some big names, including Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana and Armani. The Tuesday and Saturday markets at Place du Lices are perfect for those looking to sample local produce.