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Note: You can directly book the best price if your travel dates are available, all discounts are already included. In the following house description you will find all information about our listing. 2-room apartment 50 m2 on 1st floor. Renovated in 2017, beautiful furnishings: living/dining room with 2 beds (90 cm, length 190 cm), TV (flat screen), air conditioning. Exit to the terrace. 1 room with 1 double bed (2 x 80 cm, length 200 cm). Exit to the terrace. Kitchen (mini-oven, dishw...
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Note: You can directly book the best price if your travel dates are available, all discounts are already included. In the following house description you will find all information about our listing. 2-room terraced house 47 m2. Object suitable for 2 adults + 2 children. Beautiful furnishings: living/dining room with 1 sofabed (140 cm, length 190 cm), TV (flat screen). Exit to the terrace. 1 room with 1 french bed (140 cm, length 190 cm), bathroom. Open kitchen (dishwasher, 4 ceramic g...
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Absolute fans of the village of St Tropez, it is with all our enthusiasm and our youth that we renovated this apartment ourselves. Apartment within walking distance of Le Senequier, the fish market, 2 minutes walk from La Ponche and 4 minutes from La Place des Lices. Located above the most famous bakery in the old village, the Viennese pastries and Tartes Tropeziennes are just a few steps away. We will be delighted to welcome you to discover the charm of our village.
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Your guide to Saint-Tropez
All About Saint Tropez
Saint Tropez is one of the cities lining the French Riviera coastline, host to many artists and celebrities across the years, and now a favored destination of luxury travelers across the world seeking a vacation in France. The Vieux Port, or Old Port, is one of Saint Tropez’s oldest locations, built on top of the original fishing village, where fishing boats and yachts mingle under the curious gaze of vacationers and artists seeking their latest inspiration. A few blocks away is the Place aux Herbes, a market square filled with vibrant produce, souvenirs, and flower stalls.
Saint Tropez is also home to a variety of museums, such as the Musée de l'Annonciade, home to a large collection of Impressionist art; Musée d’Histoire Maritime, celebrating the maritime history of the town; and the Musée de la Gendarmerie et du Cinéma de St Tropez, focusing on cinema. Other fun activities include exploring one of Saint Tropez’s many beaches, such as the Plage de Bouillabaisse. For something a bit more quiet, Le Sentier du Littoral is a stunning coastal path that runs along the peninsula of Saint Tropez, with many footpaths and trails available to visitors.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Saint-Tropez?
The best times to stay in Saint Tropez are during the months of May, June, and September, when the weather is warm but not sweltering, and pleasantly cool sea breezes waft over the region. If you visit during these months, consider participating in events such as Les Bravades de Saint-Tropez, in May, where Saint Tropez celebrates its patron saint, or the Voiles Latines, a celebration of Latin rig boats. In June, locals dress up for Bravades des Espagnols, a festival commemorating Saint Tropez’s victory over a Spanish fleet in 1637, and enjoy Fête de la Musique, a celebration of all forms of music, from folk to classical. September brings with it Les Voiles de Saint Tropez, an annual regatta that ends the Mediterranean sailing season and features upwards of 300 yachts competing in a week of races.
What are the top things to do in Saint-Tropez?
Citadelle de Saint-Tropez
The Citadelle is one of Saint Tropez’s most iconic sights, a steadfast fort that has survived hundreds of years and defended the port city for centuries. Today, the Musée d'histoire Maritime makes its home in the dungeons of the former fort and showcases the lives of the men and women who shaped Saint Tropez into the coastal resort of today.
Plage de l'Escalet
If you want a more secluded beach to enjoy the sparkling ocean, the Plage de l'Escalet is worth considering. A smaller beach with amenities such as food trucks, public restrooms, and ample parking, l’Escalet is an enjoyable way to spend a day sunbathing, swimming, and indulging in the ocean breeze.
Église Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption de Saint-Tropez
A church designed in baroque architectural style, the Église is one of Saint Tropez’s most recognizable sights, its bright ochre and deep sienna bell tower one of the city skyline’s most perennial features. Inside, you can admire art, the pipe organ, and a bust of Saint Tropez himself, which is paraded through the city during its annual Bravades celebration.