St Tropez

Where luxury and history meet in France’s Cote D’Azure

We cannot imagine St Tropez without brilliant beaches, antique houses, luxury hotels, and designers’ boutiques. The fame of this town is because it was the muse of lots of Post-Impressionist artists that shaped the beauty of the place in their art. The sunkissed atmosphere invites the visitor to get lost through their streets and be part of its alluring landscape offered by the gulf of France. Here are tips for enjoying your visit to the fullest with style and want to return.
Breakfast at Dior Des Lices
Located in the Dior Boutique, you can have a Breakfast at Tifanny’s but in a french version. Surrounded by plants and beautiful flowers, invite you to enjoy the view and transport you to a magical garden without neglecting the style. The menu offers you the delicious patisserie France is famous for. Also, you cannot miss a cappuccino with the Dior logo, perfect for the morning. The Dior Mansion is stablished in rue François Sibilli where other designers such as Valentino, Louis Vuitton, Versage are giving you the highest luxury ever been.

Collection at Museé de l’Annonciade

Based in a beautiful church established in 1510, this museum offers a breathtaking collection with post-impressionist canvasses that captured the beauty of St. Tropez. Thanks to the discovery of Paul Signac, this village was the house of avant-garde artists such as Matisse, Derain, Cross, and Marquet that fell in love with the French Riviera. Also, you may find art by cubist Picasso and Braque.

Plague de lÉscalet

This beach gives you different showtime with its crystal turquoise palette, perfect if your plan is swimming, snorkeling, or bathing thanks to its calm water. This beach is part of a reserved area, allowing you to live a 100% paradise experience. Following the natural vibe, perfect to relax and be in touch with nature.

Plague Pampellone

In the Ramatuelle area, this beach is totally different from the prior plague. If you want to dance and meet new people, The party begins early, you wanna try this new hot spot called Indie Beach with its bohemian and ethnic vibe where you can enjoy a sunbath while tasting international food such as Peruvian ceviche, greek salad with a twisted touch, or a delicious avocado toast. After fun in the sun, drop your bags at La Rèserve in Ramatuelle, one of the exclusive resorts in the area, designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte. This luxury hotel offers you a break from all the noise in St Tropez. Great plan to relax in the balcony with a cocktail and a healthy meal at La Voile restaurant by chef Eric Canino.

Shop in the iconic Club 55

This place is a must in your visit, characterized by its elegance and exclusivity in every way. If you are looking for something unique, Club 55 offers a bazaar with exclusive brands with products that you will not find anywhere else in France or in the world. Its atmosphere invites you to enjoy the sun along with a good company.

Visit the French Riviera in the 50s in LouLou
The combination of elegance and simplicity of LouLou is fantastic. Its philosophy is to enjoy life, making the guest enjoy their stay and live the best that St Tropez has. Chef Benoit Dargère’s mission is to show traditional St Tropez cuisine along with Italian recipes that are part of the history of the region.