The region of Provence in the South of France is one of the most beautiful and celebrated anywhere on the planet. It is a large territory with nearly every type of topography and climate.
Parts of Provence have some of the world’s most beautiful snow-capped mountains ringing the region and serving as a stunning backdrop. There are also cobble-stoned streets, chestnut and olive trees, the stony cliffs of the Mediterranean, lush rolling lavender hills, villages built into the sides of mountains, and metropolitan cityscapes. And of course some of the world’s most beautiful beaches.
Speaking of its beaches, Provence contains one of the most famous strips of beaches in the world that goes through several of the region’s cities. Commonly known as the French Riviera, it is the playground for the rich and famous. The French Riviera, offers a variety of destinations to satisfy your preferences. Perhaps the most desirable is St. Tropez.
St. Tropez – City of the Stars!
The name St. Tropez conjures images of sunbathing celebrities, designer boutiques, and luxury yachts. It also makes one envision 7-star hotels, artistically carved casinos with 24-hour gambling, old style bistros, and ladies with long and slender legs walking in every direction.
And of course super yachts parked in long rows right off the beach. In St Tropez yacht rentals are a booming business because, those who come here want to be pampered in every way imaginable.
All of these images would be accurate when describing this exclusive French seaside village. St. Tropez is simply one of the most glamorous places in Europe and it attracts the very highest end vacationers to its streets and beaches.
St. Tropez has always cast its spell on the public. In the 1920s, Coco Chanel purportedly quickly popularized the suntan here; and in 1952, Roger Vadim turned the town into a symbol of eternal summer when he filmed And God Created Woman here.
Today, St.-Tropez, continues to be irresistible. And while its modern reputation as a jet-setter’s paradise is surely appropriate, its natural beauty and simple lifestyle are still the main draws.
St. Tropez wears architecture that dates back hundreds of years adding to its small town charm. The town is small with low built buildings and streets that seem barely wide enough to fit a large sized automobile.
But they can in addition to the people walking the stone streets and they head to the lovely cafes and sidewalk eateries that litter the city. When you look up in St. Tropez, you will nearly always be greeted by the warm sun and a gentle breeze.
The city center is surrounded by an inviting green countryside of pine trees, olive groves, and cypress trees that is perfect for morning or evening walks. Here you can interact with the locals who are friendly and welcoming. You can also find local restaurants here that serve French dishes like families have for hundreds of years.
And the best part of it all is that no matter where you are in St. Tropez you are never far from the amazing beaches. In fact, the best beach in the French Riviera, Pampelonne Beach, with its beach clubs and champagne brunches is in St. Tropez. Spend the day being pampered with food, wine and massage, then head out shopping to pick a little French souvenir too remember your time here.
St. Tropez would not be the perfect destination without a vibrant nightlife and here, the city does not disappoint. It comes to life at night and you can expect to see the rich and famous, celebrities and sports stars parting alongside trendy partygoers.
St. Tropez is the perfect destination for the perfect high-end holiday. Come live like the stars in this city by the sea.