Best known for being a very popular city for stars during the summer period, Saint-Tropez is an example of world notoriety. The whole world knows Saint-Tropez. Read more
This city is a perfect cultural and regional in-between. To visit Saint Tropez is to be brought to every street corner, to see the mixture of two regions that make the harmony of a city. The traditions and colors of Provence mingle with the chic art of living of the Côte d’Azur.
Terroir, culture, heritage are the key words to explore this city to discover its secrets. Perhaps along the Port of Saint-Tropez, at the turn of a conversation with fishermen and locals, you will learn some of them. Take the opportunity to admire the magnificent yachts moored at the port.
A visit to the market in the center of the village is essential. Let yourself be intoxicated by these local colors and flavors, and leave with an artisanal creation. Saint Tropez would not be Saint Tropez without its shops, its many restaurants and its beautiful postcard beaches.
With a strong cultural roots, three buildings stand out in Saint Tropez: the Museum of the Gendarmerie, Notre Dame de l’Assomption and the Citadel. Symbolically different but unmissable places during a visit to Saint Tropez.
Obviously, when we talk about Saint-Tropez, we think of the famous film with Louis de Funes: Les Gendarmes de Saint Tropez! Immerse yourself in the very special universe of these mythical films of the 60s and 70s.
The parish church of Notre Dame is atypical with its beautiful colors, its architecture and the events it hosts. The Citadel, meanwhile, houses the Maritime Museum. A great way to learn a little more about the history of the city while admiring the magnificent view it offers over the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.