Originally a rural village, Cogolin slowly turned towards its coastline in the late 20th century.

Former marshlands were developed to create a district and marinas which are now hotspots for sailing.

The beach, sheltered far within the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, offers every service required for a relaxing family day out or for enjoying nautical activities.


400 metres of sand, with a wide and very pleasant panoramic view of the Gulf of Saint Tropez.
A delightfully relaxing beach, far from the traffic and with convenient facilities close by: two waterside restaurants, a sailing centre open throughout the year, a Beach volleyball court, showers and a large shaded car park. Swimming here is monitored from 15 June to 15 September.
Opening of a secondary welcome and information desk from July to September (at the entrance of the parking of the beach), that will also deliver BATEAUX VERTS’s tickets. During all the summer will take place a variety of animations and concerts for all!



Based on Les Marines beach, the municipal sailing centre offers its services, supervised and coordinated by qualified professionals, all year round.
Kayak de Mer, paddleboarding, windsurfing, catamaran, optimists (small boats)… make the most of this protected body of water in the Gulf of Saint Tropez to discover the joys of the water.



Enclosed by the beach and Port-Grimaud, Les Marines de Cogolin is organised around 4 basins which harbour 1600 boats. Looking out to the Gulf of Saint Tropez, the Marina provides all the services required by pleasure sailors, including a ship chandler’s, a boatyard, boat sellers and rental agents, a sailing school, a fuel station, divers, and much more.

Les Marines is also a holiday destination.
Along the quays, a wide selection of apartments and houseboats is available to rent, as well as restaurants, bars, a bookshop, a grocer’s, a laundrette and water shuttles. In season, leisure facilities include a diving club, boat hire, excursions, trips out to sea, a cycle path, a sailing centre and a beach.



With its more discreet charm, Port Cogolin has room for 180 boats, moored next to a range of shops and restaurants. Art galleries and interior design stores are the main attractions here, in a tranquil and blissfully relaxing atmosphere.

Finally the port of Giscle is reserved for pleasure sailors and local fishermen, who in June celebrate their patron saint here: Peter, of course!