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Vacation rentals in Sainte Maxime
You might have heard of its neighbor St Tropez, but for the most part, Sainte Maxime has kept out of the limelight. This means that the town, located on the prestigious Côte d'Azur, has managed to cultivate a reputation as a family resort – a house rental in beautiful Sainte Maxime is therefore perfect for those looking to take advantage of the Mediterranean sun on their holiday without all the expense of some nearby locales – though cheap apartments in Sainte Maxime do get snapped up fast!
Central Sainte Maxime
Unlike its neighbors, Sainte Maxime does not boast a center defined by glitz and glam, but you will find a beautiful old town with cobbled streets to discover and 38 period villas built in the early 20th century – a nice respite from summer heat and an interesting glimpse into the region's past. Choose an apartment in Sainte Maxime's historic center for a lovely view when you wake in the morning to pick up breakfast croissants from the local bakery. No matter where you stay, be sure to take advantage of the pedestrian center, which offers lovely squares, beautiful fountains and more. For views over Saint Tropez, explore the Promenade Simon Lorière. Apartments in Sainte Maxime often offer a view, so look into beach condos if that's an important factor for your accommodations.
Sainte Maxime's Beaches
Sainte Maxime's climate is perfect for Mediterranean style beaches thanks to the hills that shield it from winds from the north. Your vacation rental in Sainte Maxime will provide easy access to a sandy beach with lots of water sports on offer and a good number of beachside cafés and restaurants. If your kids want a break from the salty seawater, consider renting a villa with a pool or taking them on an excursion to nearby Aqualand, a large water park that will keep them amused for sure.
Eating in Sainte Maxime
Sainte Maxime boasts typical Mediterranean fare, which you can sample at its local restaurants and cafés: local produce includes eggplant, zucchini, olives and tomatoes, and there are, of course, a host of local Provençal wines to try. You can also take advantage of the Thursday morning market or covered daily market on Fernand Bessy Street to stock up on local produce, either to cook at your guesthouse or vacation home in Sainte Maxime or take to the beach for a picnic.