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Lining the small streets of this Mediterranean resort town are quaint cafes and picturesque buildings, as well as a multitude of boutiques, antique dealers, art galleries, shops, and restaurants to satisfy every visitor’s taste and style. “Discovered” in the late 19th century by artists and writers, the reputation of Saint-Tropez gained popularity as sexy starlets of the 1930’s flocked to the locale, leaving all inhibitions behind. Set on the exquisitely blue waters of the Golfe de Saint-Tropez, the town is the portrait of jet-set lavishness, with luxury yachts lined up in the harbor, expensive cars cruising the streets, and helicopters “delivering” glamorous guests to elite events and private estates along the coastline.

Lining the small streets of this Mediterranean resort town are quaint cafes and picturesque buildings, as well as a multitude of boutiques, antique dealers, art galleries, shops, and restaurants to satisfy every visitor’s taste and style. Perhaps the hub of the town is near the Office of Tourism at the Place aux Herbes, where fish, fruit, vegetable and flower stalls add excitement and culture to the daily visit.

Just minutes away from the town center are the world famous beaches, some within walking distance, and others (along the Baie de Pampelonne, for example) a short drive away. All beaches are lined with restaurants and shops for lunching, gift-buying, or simply taking in the true fashion and style of the always fashionable French Riviera.

If you need a place to stay:
Hotel Byblos
Château De La Messardière
Résidence De La Pinède
Saint Amour – La Tartane
Muse