Cap Taillat (also known as Cap Cartaya) is a promontory into the Mediterranean Sea located right at the doorstep of Saint-Tropez. Although difficult to reach (it is only accessible on foot after a short coastal trek), Cap Taillat is one of the most beautiful sights in the area, with wild and unspoiled beaches as well as preserved flora. The many viewing points offer splendid and unobstructed panoramas of the turquoise sea and the dramatic coastline, punctuated by creeks and endemic palm trees. It is a popular summer attraction for visitors from all over France.
Cap Taillat is located in Ramatuelle in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region of Southern France. The cape is only accessible on foot. The closest parking space is on avenue Cartaya near Pointe de Canadel; the trek to Cap Taillat takes 45 minutes each way. To get to Pointe de Canadel, take road D93 and Route de l’Escalet from Saint-Tropez, 20 minutes away.