Saint-Tropez, an internationally famed destination
Offering an irresistible mix of glitter and heritage, the mythical village of Saint-Tropez remains one of the most coveted holiday destinations in the world.
Renowned for its unusual blend of relaxed Provençal lifestyle and richly colourful traditions, this authentic old fishing village also remains true to its reputation as a mecca of glamour, boasting international designer boutiques, a stunning parade of superyachts throughout summer and trendy night-clubs where holidaymakers rub shoulders with jetsetters, showbiz stars and artists.
Saint-Tropez stages an exceptional year-round events program including as the "Bravades" heritage celebration, "Voiles de Saint-Tropez" regatta, Polo tournaments, Porsche fair and much more.
See the Saint-Tropez events program.
The Bay of Saint-Tropez, an unspoiled natural treasure trove
Benefiting from 300 days of sunshine per year, the Var region's sumptuous natural assets include a 400 km Mediterranean coastline lined with long, sandy beaches, little coves and fragrant pinewoods, breathtaking and varied inland country, and a rich historical and cultural heritage.
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Saint-Tropez, an ideal sightseeing base
Saint-Tropez is ideally located between Monaco and Provence, and the area's most beautiful sights are all within easy reach, less than 130 km away: Cannes and the "Croisette", Monaco port, the Verdon Grand Canyon, medieval hilltop villages, Thoronet Abbey, the "Calanques de Cassis" (stunning coastal fjords), Grasse perfumeries, etc.
How to get to Saint-Tropez