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Sainte-Maxime is a popular Mediterranean resort on the south coast of France, offering all the chic amenities expected of a Cote d'Azur town. Sainte-Maxime is the largest town on the bay of Saint Tropez, protected from the wind by surrounding hills that preserve its perfect climate and ensure that the palm-lined beach is the ideal location for some elegant bronzing or water sports activities. When the main beach gets a little crowded, there are alternatives a little further along the coast. To find Sainte-Maxime accommodation, use the experience and expertise of online accommodation specialist Venere. Venere has partnered with a great range of Sainte-Maxime hotels to offer the best value rooms in town regardless of your budget or preferences. Book in advance to ensure a stress-free stay on the Cote d'Azur.

What's Sainte-Maxime Like?

Sainte-Maxime is all about the beaches and there are several to choose from. The main town beach has a free public section, restaurants and a children's playground, but can get very busy in summer. To the east of the town there are more tranquil options, including La Nartelle, La Garonette and La Plage des Elephants, with a wide range of water sports facilities. There are charges for parasols, loungers and the refreshment services. Historic sights amount to La Tour Carree, a former fortress dating from the 16th century now housing a museum of local folklore. Sainte-Maxime has a bustling nightlife, while family attractions include Aqualand, an extensive water park offering rides, slides and pools. Sainte-Maxime hotels provide a relaxed base for exploring the chic resorts and beaches of the French Riviera.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Sainte-Maxime

English is understood in most of the tourist restaurants and beach bars in Sainte-Maxime, but elsewhere a few handy French phrases might be required for use in stores and cafes. As elsewhere on the Cote d'Azur, restaurants can be expensive. Looking beyond the fashionable waterfront establishments, it is occasionally possible to find local bistros and brasseries offering prix fixe lunchtime menus that can be an inexpensive option. Otherwise, you can assemble a lavish beach picnic from the covered market on rue Fernand-Bessy or from the Thursday market which offers a great variety of Provencal produce. The Venere site provides plentiful information to help you narrow down our choice of Sainte-Maxime hotels to the one that best suits your needs. Use our honest and accurate ratings from past guests, along with photo galleries and sample room details, to get a clear idea of the amenities offered by places to stay in Sainte-Maxime.