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St. Tropez

St Tropez needs little introduction. St Tropez is the ultimate summer destination of the wealthy and well known thanks to its charming port, gastronomic restaurants and high-end boutiques. Celebrated in literature, cinema and music, St Tropez exudes glamour and style.

St Tropez underwent a transformation during the 20th century from quaint fishing village to Mediterranean summer hot spot attracting jet setters the world over. The town exudes glamour, initially thanks to a certain Brigitte Bardot who lounged on the beach in ‘Et Dieu Créa la Femme’ in 1956. The original fishing village is now St Tropez Old Town, which sits in between two ports. This prestigious area now also encompasses many neighbouring hamlets, where buyers can find some beautiful villas and apartments for sale in and around St Tropez. Especially sought after are villas for sale with sea views over the gulf of St Tropez.

St Tropez is spoiled for choice when it comes to private beaches. Exclusive sea front clubs and restaurants offer guests a privileged spot to enjoy the sea views. There is more to this town than the beach. St Tropez is a shopper’s paradise, with many brands originating in the resort. For a spot of high-end retail therapy, head to Giorgio Armani, Carolina Herrera or Longchamp.

Luxury property for sale in St Tropez offers a generous slice of the Riviera lifestyle, but this does come with a high price tag. The average price per square metre for a villa in St Tropez is around 13,000 Euros, making it generally much higher than property for sale in Nice or even Cannes.

Buyers looking to for their dream home in France may discount St Tropez, however beyond the hordes of summer tourists lies a coastal town brimming with Southern French charm. There is a true Provençal style market on the Place des Lices and under the shade of olive trees you will find the locals enjoying a leisurely game of pétanque. The area is also home to some of the region’s finest producers of Côte de Provence rosé wine.

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St Tropez Restaurants & Nightlife

Villa Belrose

For an exceptionally romantic setting, opt for a table on the heavenly terrace overlooking the bay of St Tropez. With a magical backdrop in place, the food certainly does not disappoint. Gaining several accolades, including a Michelin star, for his achievement at Villa Belrose, Thierry Thiercelin crafts fine Italian and Mediterranean inspired dishes with talent and creative flair.
Boulevard des Crêtes La Grande Bastide, Gassin +334 94 55 97 97

Club 55

Famous for being St-Tropez’s first beach club, Club 55 prides itself in offering a simplistic yet authentic atmosphere which is captured in its motto ‘Here the client is not king….because he is a friend.’ Enjoy a meal, bask in the sun or visit the beach boutique at this iconic location.
5 Route de l’Épi, 83350 Ramatuelle, Saint-Tropez, 04 94 79 82 04

La Pinède

Chef Arnaud Donckele trained under the celebrated Alain Ducasse and as head chef at the prestigious Pinède now has three stars of his very own.
Taking well tested classics and revisiting them to create something deliciously new is the speciality here. Undoubtedly the best gastronomic experience in St Tropez
Résidence de la Pinède, Plage de la Bouillabaisse, Saint-Tropez, +334 94 55 91 00


The restaurant invites diners to escape the hustle and bustle of the tourist-filled centre to enter into a gastronomic haven to enjoy the sumptuous flavours of Southern France. The flower filled gardens and olive trees add to the charm and elegance which l’Olivier offers.
25 Route des Carles, Saint-Tropez,+334 94 55 82 55

Nikki Beach

Created in 1998 by entrepreneur Jack Penrod, Nikki Beach offers a unique beach atmosphere which combines music, dining, entertainment and fashion into one luxurious setting. Today the Nikki Beach concept can be found all over the globe and permeates the multifaceted luxury market. Enjoy all that Nikki Beach has to offer.
5 Route de l’Épi, 83350 Ramatuelle, Saint-Tropez, 04 94 79 82 04

Les Caves du Roy

Known as ‘St Tropez’s crown jewel of disco’, Les Caves du Roy is a famous nightclub and dance institution which defies age and time. Located within the well-known Hotel Byblos, this club attracts celebrities such as Mick Jagger and Sean Coombs with its sumptuous VIP setting and namesake CD which has circulated the world over.
Avenue Paul Signac, 83990 Saint-Tropez, 04 94 56 68 00

St Tropez Hotels

La Bastide de St Tropez

Housed in a typically Tropezienne villa, just outside the hustle and bustle of the port and beaches, lies the five star Bastide de St Tropez. Personal service is offered to guests of the 26 rooms and suites set among lush gardens overlooking the Bastide’s swimming pool. There are several dining options including l’Olivier gastronomic restaurant. The hotel also offers its guests the chance to rent its private yacht for day trips.
25 Route des Carles, Saint-Tropez +334 94 55 82 55

Hotel de Paris

Describing itself as ‘stylish living in Saint-Tropez’, the Hotel Paris does not disappoint. Guests are offered refined luxury in a modern and stylish environment. With up to the minute technology and state of the art facilities (including its unique suspended glass-bottomed swimming pool and its luxurious Clarins spa) right in the heart of St Tropez, the Hotel de Paris ticks all the boxes.
1 Traverse de la Gendarmerie, Saint-Tropez, +334 83 09 60 00

Hotel Saint-Amour la Tartane

Sat among the leafy surroundings of the Hotel Saint Amour, you would hardly believe the busy centre of St Tropez is just minutes away. Get away from it all and relax in this charming Provençal villa. The interiors are designed to offer comfort and luxury, in keeping with the Provençal style of the property. The outdoor swimming pool and spa will help melt all of your stress away.
Route des Salins Saint-Tropez +334 94 97 21 23

Shopping & what to visit in St Tropez


Notorious for its designer boutiques, St Tropez is an excellent outlet for some retail therapy. The ‘carré d’or’ of St Tropez shopping lies between the Port, the Place de la Garonne and the Place des Lices. Within this ‘golden square’ you will find designer names and exclusive boutiques.

Citadelle de St-Tropez

Dating back to the 17th Century, the Citadelle was the most significant coastal defence between the towns of Toulon and Antibes. There is now a museum detailing the history of St Tropez and its citadelle.
Open 10h-18h Summer, from October – April 10h-12h30, 13h30-17h30. Citadelle de Saint Tropez +334 94 54 84 14

Place des Lices Market

The Place des Lices is St Tropez’s central square and is worth any visitor’s time. When the renowned market takes place, locals and visitors gravitate towards the square to browse the stands filled with an eclectic mix of fresh produce, antiques and more.
8h – 13h Tuesday and Saturday

Musée de l’Annonciade

Home to more than twenty internationally recognised paintings, including works from Matisse and Bonnard, the Musée de l’Annonciade is worth a visit for any art lover. Housed in a villa that seduced Paul Signac in 1892, it was transformed into his workshop and played host to many famous artists.
Open every day except Tuesday 10h-13h, 14h-18h, closed in November and bank holidays. Place Grammont, Le Port +334 94 17 84 10

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