Berth For Sale

Marina : Port Cogolin
City : Cogolin (Var)
GPS point : Lat: 43°16',4 N / Long: 006°34',2 E
Total of berths : 180 


Length : 15
Beam : can accept a yacht  of  9,15m maximum
Draft : 1,40m  and  subject to change


Length : 9,15
Beam :  3m
Draft : 1,40m  and subject to change


Location : Port Cogolin - on the Giscle River ( between Saint-Tropez and Sainte-Maxime)
Asking sales price : SOLD
Annual charges  for the 15m berth:  2,470€ inclusive VAT
Annual charges  for the 9,13m berth:  about 500€ inclusive VAT
Water & electricity: inclusive in the annual charges 
Notary fees: about 10% of the sales price

Important : due to the position  of the berth (s) on the Giscle River the boat has to be taken out  during the Winter time.

History & Environnement


Port Cogolin is an enterily private port and charming little lake city of Provence style built on the river Giscle, located between Saint-Tropez and Sainte-Maxime.

Port Cogolin is one of the most beautiful marine resorts situated in the Gulf of St Tropez and is surrounded by Port Grimaud and "Les Marines de Cogolin".

This private residential area is located only 7 km (5 miles) from St Tropez, 1 km (half a mile) from Port Grimaud , 6 km (4 miles) from Ste Maxime and 35 km (20 miles) from St Raphael.

The port village of Cogolin is built around the yachting harbour and charms guests with its Provencal architecture, restaurants and bars.

Whatever the origin of its name, the cock remains dear to the people of Cogolin. From the little fishing village to the bustling centre of the present day, Cogolin has always been firmly attached to its Provençal roots. Many well-known personalities have fallen for Cogolin’s charms, some from the world of the arts, some having discovered the village while campaigning. 

Its architectural heritage reflects a rich history (atypical church, stately, porches …), crafts exudes a unique expertise and exported worldwide, Provencal and traditional animation perpetuated (bravado, flower parade, Provençal carnival …).

Port Grimaud and les Marines de Cogolin are very famous and highly touristic places whereas Port Cogolin is slightly more residential with local peoples living there full time which in our opinion, makes the place friendlier. There is a real sense of community while you can still go to Port Grimaud or Les Marines by boat or by bicycle if you fancy it.