The French Riviera

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  • 1. Citadelle


    Head up Rue de la Citadelle to these 16th-century ramparts, which stand in a lovely hilltop park offering a fantastic view of the town and the...Read More

  • 2. La Bouillabaisse Beach


    This sand public beach as you enter town has free showers and toilets with lifeguard surveillance mid-June–mid-September. You can rent loungers...Read More

  • 3. La Maison des Papillons


    A block west of Rue Clémenceau, in a pretty house at the end of a typically Tropezien lane, the butterfly museum is a delight for children ...Read More

  • 4. Le Sentier du Littoral


    To experience St-Tropez's natural beauty up close, consider walking parts of the sentier du littoral, or coastal path, around the peninsula...Read More

  • 5. Musée de l'Annonciade


    The legacy of the artists who loved St-Tropez has been carefully preserved in this extraordinary museum, housed in a 14th-century chapel just...Read More

  • 6. Nikki Beach


    Off the Route des Plages is this most notorious of all the beaches—famous for A-list debauches and a regular clientele of movie megastars and...Read More

  • 7. Place des Lices


    Enjoy a time-out in the social center of the Old Town, also called Place Carnot, just off the Montée G.-Ringrave as you descend from the Citadelle...Read More

  • 8. Plage des Graniersq


    The closest beach to the town of St-Tropez, at the southern base of the Citadelle and past the cemetery, Graniers beach is easily accessible...Read More

  • 9. Plage des Salins


    Situated between Cap des Salins and Point du Capon, this 600-meter public coral beach is the gateway to a stretch of Pampelonne beach. It's...Read More

  • 10. Quartier de la Ponche

    Historic District/Site

    Walk past Quai Suffern—where a statue of the Bailli de Suffren, an 18th-century customs official, stands guard—and streets lined with famous...Read More

  • 11. Rolling Bikes


    Rent mountain bikes at €22 for a full 24 hours. ...Read More

  • 12. Tahiti Beach


    Welcome to Tahiti Plage, the oldest and most famous of St-Trop's private beaches (Bardot filmed along this stretch), with its fine-sand beaches...Read More

  • 13. Vieux Port


    Bordered by Quai de l'Épi, Quai Bouchard, Quai Peri, Quai Suffren, and Quai Jean Jaurès, Vieux Port is a place for strolling and looking over...Read More

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