– It is synonymous with luxury and ostentation, though once nothing more than a humble fishing village. – It has been the setting for many Hollywood movies, like “And God Created Woman” (et Dieu créa la femme) in the 1950s. – It does not have a population of more than 6,000 inhabitants. In the summer, the population exceeds 60,000 inhabitants.
The Citadel or Citadelle is the most remarkable place in Saint Tropez, on top of a hill. You can enjoy the best views of Saint Tropez and its coast from here.
– Inside the Citadel, you can find the Museum of Maritime History.
– Visiting hours vary to the time of year: April 1 to September 30, from 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM; and October 1 to March 31, from 10 AM to 12:30 PM and from 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM.
It is a leisure area where you can find shops, bars, and other businesses with buildings' ocher, yellow, and orange facades.
We advise you to treat yourself to the luxury of enjoying a good coffee at Café Senequier. Watch the beautiful sunset over the Mediterranean Sea.
Place des Lices lets you in on products of French gastronomy, while Place aux Herbes is a morning market square offering a more modest atmosphere.
Its extensive beaches of golden sand and the turquoise and crystalline waters of the Mediterranean Sea are enough reasons to reserve some time for a good day at the beach.
– Ponche Beach was formerly a fishing port and later became the main commercial port between the 15th and 18th centuries.
– Les Graniers Beach is a small natural cove with a rugged appearance.
– La Moutte is another lovely remote, less crowded beach, ideal for enjoying a pleasant private moment.
You can relax while contemplating the views of the sea. There is also the possibility of taking day trips to nearby cities.