St Tropez

St. Tropez Tourist Attractions and Sightseeing

There really are many different tourist attractions in Saint Tropez, although the significance of the beaches to the town’s tourism industry cannot be understated. The tropical beaches and coastal attractions of Saint Tropez have long been the number one reason that so many people flock to this resort during the sunny summer season.

Why St Tropez France?

About halfway between Nice and Marseille, St. Tropez itself is quite small. The harbour was once filled with fishing boats and today is crowded with millionaire yachts. St Tropez is one of Europe’s most glamorous resorts, with an unspoiled sandy beach, chic cafés and buzzing clubs.

Chateau De La Messardiere Saint Tropez, France

Chateau de la Messardiere is a five star hotel (5 star hotel) situated in Saint-Tropez (luxury hotels st tropez) in the Var region, spanning both Provence and the French Riviera. The exclusive Chateau de la Messardiere is Saint-Tropez’s largest hotel, featuring a Spa, gourmet restaurant and poolside restaurant, bars, an art gallery and magnificent 25-acre grounds (an official French Bird Protection League / Birdlife International ornithological reserve).

La Bastide de St-Tropez , Saint Tropez France

La Bastide de St-Tropez is a bastide or country house in Saint-Tropez all the elegance of a Mediterranean home just a few minutes from the beaches at Ramatuelle and the port of St-Tropez. Far from the summer crowds- this magnificent mansion with its four Provencal farmhouses invites you to fulfillment- in the heart of a paradise park filled with exotic species. On the edge of the superb swimming pool- beneath the three hundred year old olive trees or in the winter garden- Fabien Delaffon welcomes you and assures you of moments of well-being in a warm and elegant ambience.