Boat trips

Fancy taking a boat trip from Golfe-Juan ?

Set off from the Port of Golfe-Juan, on boat trips to extraordinary destinations! Cannes, Saint Tropez, Monaco, the Lérins Islands or the Corniche d’Or… Enjoy these captivating landscapes in complete peace and quiet. Find details on how to get to the boarding point on the Quai Saint Pierre esplanade near the Old Port car park, and hop aboard for an excursion in the very heart of the French Riviera. Contact the port ticket office to book your crossing and head for the islands.

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Sainte-Marguerite Island

From the Port of Golfe-Juan, take a shuttle to Sainte-Marguerite Island, the largest of the Lérins Islands. As soon as you set foot on the island, you will be taken in by its imposing 152-hectare forest – the most visited in France – and its delicate fragrance of pine and eucalyptus. Enjoy a tour of Fort Royal, the former dwelling of the famous Masque de Fer prisoner, before strolling around the museum housed inside the fortified grounds… For those who prefer to relax, Sainte-Marguerite Island boasts eighteen beaches and two restaurants. For excursions from the port, park your vehicle in the Old Port public car park located near the jetties and the ticket office for boat trips to the islands.

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The Corniche d’Or

This crossing will take you through some stunning scenery! Set sail from the Port of Golfe-Juan and take a boat trip along the Corniche d’Or, a renowned 40km-long stretch between Fréjus and La Napoule. Discover an exceptional landscape, characterised by the contrast between the flamboyant rocks of the Estérel Massif and the blue of the Mediterranean. Amongst this wild landscape, you can admire numerous coves and inlets, with their characteristic red sand.
This guided cruise will reveal the most beautiful beaches and coves in the area !


Firework display in Cannes

Board the ship headed for Cannes in the Port of Golfe-Juan, and enjoy a breathtaking view of the firework display that is part of the Festival of Pyrotechnic Art. Take some amazing photos and stroll along La Croisette, discover the Palais des Festivals and delight in Le Suquet neighbourhood, known for its quaint narrow streets and Forville Market.


Saint Tropez

Make a stopover in this village bursting with cultural and architectural gems, as well as a lively nightlife scene. A world-renowned seaside resort, Saint Tropez is a popular destination on the French Riviera. After a crossing lasting just over one hour from the Port of Golfe-Juan, take time to soak up the atmosphere in Place des Lices and treat yourself to a coffee on one of the many café terraces, while you admire the majestic yachts that take pride of place in the port of Saint Tropez.



Clinging to the rock overlooking the sea, the Principality of Monaco combines ancient and ultra-modern architecture. You will have the chance to discover the Prince’s palace, its cathedral, and its oceanographic museum. You can also admire the Monte Carlo Casino and Opera, designed by the renowned architect Charles Garnier. Its exotic garden, boasting over 900 plant species, is an ideal spot for a stroll and some relaxation. From Golfe Juan, the Monaco cruise will lead you straight to the port of the Principality of Monaco – a breathtaking panorama not to be missed !


Feel the freedom of a day at sea

On holiday on the French Riviera, and fancy renting a boat to set sail from the Port of Golfe-Juan? Discover our range of sailing boats, catamarans and motor boats to rent for a full day or half day. Professional agencies offer boats for rent from the Old Port of Golfe-Juan, ideally located just a few miles from the Lérins Islands. Have you always dreamed of learning how to sail? Now is a great time to get started and obtain your yachtmaster qualification from one of our local sailing schools !

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Port de Golfe-Juan - Horaires d'ouverture

May < 14 June

8 am - 7 pm

(weekends and public holidays)

15 June < 14 September

8 am - 8 pm

(weekends and public holidays)

15 September < October

8 am - 7 pm


November < April

8 am - 6 pm

(Mon-Sat and public holidays*)

*Except Christmas and New Year’s Day