Explore mythical Saint-Tropez
seaside resort on the Azur Coast

Must-sees in the glamour capital of the Riviera

Saint-Tropez is the mythical Provencal village that has gone from fisherman’s village to jet-setter’s rendezvous in just a few decades .

Accessible by car, bike path or green boats, discover the history of Saint-Tropez.

Famous thanks to the cinema, Saint-Tropez is a village of artists, actors and actresses, where haute couture fashions mingle with Provencal traditions, fishing boats and luxury yachts.
Don’t miss a stroll along the old port and in the old village, a visit to the citadel, and the Gendarmerie and Film Museum!

Sunbathing and lounging on Pampelonne beach

The beaches of Saint-Tropez are among the most famous in the world. Pampelonne stretches 4.5 km of fine sand between Cap du Pinet and Cap Camarat. World-famous for its legendary beach restaurants such as Club 55.

Forever linked to the figure of Brigitte Bardot, Pampelonne beach, like the village of Saint-Tropez, owes its fame to Roger Vadim’s 1956 film Et Dieu créa la femme. Come and dive into its turquoise waters!

Treat yourself in Saint-Tropez, with Tropezian tart and Azur Coast specialities

Food lovers beware! Sightseeing near Saint-Tropez also means sampling its specialties! The must-try is undoubtedly the tarte tropézienne, made with cream and orange blossom sponge cake.

On vacation at Marina Paradise, discover Sénéquier nougat . A Azur Coast confection to bring back to your loved ones as a souvenir of your stay!

If you’re visiting Saint-Tropez on a Tuesday or Saturday, take a stroll around the Place des Lices market to sample other Provencal delicacies Provencal olives, sun-kissed fruit, goat’s cheese…

Slice of Tropezian tart
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Events in Saint Tropez (the sails of st tropez, the sell-off, competitions)

Major cultural, sporting and tourist events bring the Gulf of Saint-Tropez to life in both low and high seasons.

In autumn, there’s the “grand braderie” and the festive Voiles de Saint-Tropez, which brings the world’s most majestic sailing ships to the port. Other nautical events, such as the Voiles Latines and the Giraglia Rolex Cup, await enthusiasts throughout the year.
The Bravades are an unmissable traditional spring festival. In summer, enjoy concerts in the citadel or the Nuits du château de la Moutte!

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