St Tropez is, quite simply, the most famous resort in Europe â€“ and it was attracting the artistic and dissolute long before Brigitte Bardotâ€™s time. The name alone conjures up images ofÂ champagne-fuelled yacht parties and star-studded beaches.Â Vacationers delight in the sandy beaches, culture, gourmet food and a very hot nightlife.
The surroundings help. The wooded, rocky St Tropez peninsula is spectacular, the views across the sea to the Maures mountains are outstanding.
Â Â Â Beach lovers could get a Kon Tiki Beach Hut directly onto the famous Pampelonna Beach and situated in easy walking distance of the beach bars.
Â Â Â Club 55 retains a preeminence of the place to be to people watch with live music and good wine and food to while away the day. A must is a photo on the famous walkway down to the sea.
Nikki Beach has a different theme every day and attracts funs of table or even swimming pool dancing! They do close at 9.00pm and if you have any euros and energy left head for:
Â Â Â Â L’ Opera in the town -situated directly opposite the port this bar / restaurant will take your breath away. It needs to be experienced with not only opera but trapeze artists, ballet dancers and numerous more entertaining acts.
Â Â Â Â In a prime location overlooking the bay is Le Quai, not the razzmatazz of the others but great entertainment coupled with quality food.
In high season reservations are necessary otherwise you will miss out on just what this vibrant part of the French Riviera offers.