This week’s events in the Golfe of St Tropez (22/04/2019 – 28/04/2019)

Hello everyone and sorry for being late this week. I would blame bank holidays only it wasn’t a bank holiday Friday and despite it being one today, I am working so no excuse. I hope all the fun activities I am about to list will make up for my tardiness.

A lot of these events and activities are held outside so I must warn you that we have rain forecast for the next 4 days. Seems like the strong winds will die down to be replaced with not just rain but the really dirty kind that comes from the desert so you’ll definitely need to wash your car next week.

Enough of the depressing weather, here are some of the activities happening in the next 6 days.

To start off with, I have a couple of activities for families.

Tuesday 23rd :

Bouncy castles in Cavalaire-sur-Mer

From 1000 to 1200 and 1400 to 1700, there are 2 different bouncy castles, that are not actual castles. One is a fire truck and the other a zoo. You can find them at the Esplanade de Lattre de Tassigny, Promenade de la Mer.

Wednesday 24th :

Slackline in Cavalaire-sur-Mer

Balance, coordination and risk are 3 words that define the slackline. This stretchy elastic makes for many games allowing safe learning of the discipline for young and old. Upon registration at the Esplanade de Lattre de Tassigny, Promenade de la Mer.

Wednesday 24th :

Artisanal market Plein V’art in Ramatuelle

A discovery of the regional crafts to enjoy aa the market stalls or to take home. From 0900 to 1800 at Place de l’Ormeau.

Saturday 27th :

Vide Grenier in Cogolin

Organised by the association ‘Au bonheur des Centenaires’ for the benefit of the elderly living in the Peirin residence. On site refreshments available. From 0900 to 1700 at parking EHPAD Peirin, 53 Rue du Gaou. 10€ per stall.

Saturday 27th :

Humans C!rca at the cinema in Ste Maxime (24€)

10 of the most experienced circassians, ten athletic and sculped bodies mingle and intertwine, accumulating performances of a rare technicality without denying a delicacy close to contemporary dance. On the ground as flying trapeze, they twirl majestically in breath-taking sequences accompanied by an eclectic soundtrack, sometimes explosive, sometimes intimate.

With this new creation, the dynamic Australian company from Brisbane explores the limits of human physical abilities, pushing themselves to the extreme and at the same time renewing the discipline, bringing it to a rare degree of inventiveness and virtuosity.

Friday 26th to Sunday 28th :

Jet Cup in Ste Maxime

Come along to encourage the 20 teams participating in this exciting event. Friday from 0800 to 2000. Saturday and Sunday from 8.30 to 1800. Promenade A. Simon Lorière.

Sunday 28th :

Thé dansant at the centre Maurin des Maures in Cogolin

Put on your dancing shoes and head to the Centre maurin des Maures for a dancing afternoon hosted by the ‘Douce France’ orchestra. Salsa, bachata, tango, twist and waltz… the choice is yours. From 1500, ticket available on site.

Thanks for reading and have a great week. Yasmin M.