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Highlights in Saint-Tropez
- Glamorous destination
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- Upmarket dining
- Exclusive shopping
- Luxury marina
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Saint Tropez is one of the most famous towns on the Côte d'Azur, a city that has always drawn many tourists thanks to its beaches and some corners of great beauty. The city centre offers a range of holiday rentals where cosy and luxurious accommodation stand out. Find a property with sea view, close to the sea or some of the beautiful beaches as well as proximity to the best restaurants, casinos, bars and exclusive boutiques. Although it was an upmarket destination flooded by artists and celebrities in the 60s, Saint Tropez still keeps its glamorous atmosphere that today welcomes all sorts of travellers. For great nightlife vibes choose your holiday rental in the Old Town but for celebrity spotting, Pampelonne Beach is your pick! Ramatuelle instead, is the best location if you are travelling with the family.A glamorous stay
Browse amongst quaint rentals, luxury detached properties, and affordable accommodation in Saint Tropez. Every traveller will enjoy tastefully decorated rooms, cosy lounges, open floor kitchens and incredible patios and terraces with a private swimming pool, a barbecue area, jacuzzi and just a few steps away from the beach. Come with the family or with friends and settle in spacious accommodations for up to 12 people. Look for a smaller letting for you and your loved one or find a cheap rental as a solo traveller. Do not wait any longer and start packing!
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The area and getting around
The French Riviera is long popular with artists drawn by the stunning scenery and its glamorous nightlife. The cobblestoned La Ponche quarter is a reminder of its past as a fishing village. Nowadays, fishing boats and gleaming yachts moored in the Vieux Port (Old Port) make Saint Tropez a beautiful destination you cannot miss. Stroll around and head to the Provençal market, held every Tuesday and Saturday and have a chat with the locals, visit the museums, or enjoy some shopping. Indulge in a mouth-watering array of flavours blending Provençal and international influences Visit the lake town of Port Grimaud, also known as the ‘little Venice of France’ or enjoy long walks along its fantastic coastal path.Saint-Tropez, a sensorial destination
Don’t just visit Saint Tropez. Feel it! Sharpen your senses and go beyond what you just notice at a simple glance. Walk along the marina and see how wealthy tourists are drawn into Saint Tropez attracted by the luxury atmosphere. Stop and listen to hear the roaring of a sports car driving past or the Harley Davidsons parading during the festival in the spring. Close your eyes and smell the subtle perfumes coming out of some of the trendiest boutiques of this shopping capital and taste the delicious flavours of the Mediterranean diet. Have a go and try the pétanque balls game at Place de Lices. Grab a ball and give it your best shot! Put your five senses at work and experience Saint Tropez like you never imagined before.
Travellers and activities
Southern France is the perfect spot to enjoy the sun and the sea in a relaxed atmosphere and Saint Tropez is an absolute star destination. Saint Tropez has always been worldwide famous because of the beauty and quality of its beaches. Soak up the sun on family friendly beaches or party beaches. Pampelonne beach is probably the most famous strip of sand since the mid fifties, when celebs and wealthy tourists used to flock here to enjoy the golden sands, chic beach clubs, and iconic restaurants. Bouillabaisse beach is a magical spot for watching incredible sunsets as you see the yachts entering the port. Plage des Salins is a white sandy unspoiled beach ideal to go with kids. You can find some great beaches around Saint Tropez, so you need to come over and explore them all! Tahini Beach Club, Barco Beach Club or le Club 55 are just some of the trendy beach clubs to enjoy a day under the dazzling sun sipping your favourite cocktail enlivened by chill out music.Saint Tropez for food lovers
If you admire the ethnic cuisine of Provence, Saint Tropez is a city that features upscale restaurants where sophisticated tastes meet with genuine connoisseurs and fastidious gourmands. Pasta lovers will enjoy some recipes with anchovies and olives whereas fans of unusual and surprising flavours will raise their taste buds with the Mesclun salad. Beef stewed in wine sauce, stuffed leg of lamb or the Bouillabaisse soup are some of the best options in a varied but exclusive menu. The varieties of Poivre d' Ane, Cabri aux Epices and Buchette de Banon are some of the best cheeses to try, paired with excellent wines of the region. Les Graniers Plage is one of the most popular eateries where to recreate your palate and indulge in special treats. The Canaille is a friendly restaurant with succulent rice dishes and Luna Rossa will delight you with authentic Italian cuisine or La Ponche for authentic Mediterranean cuisine. Are you ready to order?
„Did you know the rock band Pink Floyd named one of his songs after the town? Have you ever listened to “Saint Tropez”?“
Top 5 travel tips in Saint Tropez
La Ponche is the Old Town of Saint Tropez and it is located just below the citadel. This picturesque part of the city is a labyrinth of narrow alleyways and cobblestone lanes and part of it is only for pedestrians. Explore the corners and discover cute little shops, exclusive boutiques and cosy cafés and restaurants. Visit the Baroque bell tower, and the Eglise de Notre-Dame de l'Assomption or the Palais des Bailli Pierre-André de Suffren. Take your time and enjoy!2. Place des Lices
A beautiful town square just a few steps from the Vieux Port and the Annonciade Museum where local people still meet to play the game of pétanque, which it would be the equivalent to bocce ball. This square is also used for the weekly market held on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Browse the colourful stalls full of local produce and scented flowers. And after your shopping, grab a nibble or a good coffee at Café de Arts, the most popular café amongst locals that still retains village vibes.3. Take a scenic coastal walk
take in the views from a stunning coastal path that runs along the peninsula of Saint Tropez. This route has different footpaths that will take you to the hills and other trails closer to the beaches. If you love hiking, Sentier du Littoral can be done in half a day, passing along Salins Creek and finishing at Plage des Salins, a beautiful beach to take a dip after the walk and rest under the shady pine trees. Bring proper gear to enjoy the walk and remember: leave nothing but footsteps!4. Take a day trip to Cannes
the French Riviera is home to stunning locations worth a visit if you are based in Saint-Tropez. About an hour and a half drive can take you to Cannes, the glamorous and elegant resort with magnificent palm-fringed avenues, a luxury marina, upmarket eateries and exclusive boutiques. Soak up the rays of the afternoon sun or have a romantic dining al fresco. And as a film lover, you might want to experience the glamour the town brims during the Festival of Cannes, when celebs and film-related stars step onto the red carpet. Halfway to Cannes or on your way back, you can stop for a little while and visit Fréjus, a nice little port town with a beautiful cathedral and lovely sandy beaches.5. Feel the old charm of the city
We all have the idea of Saint Tropez as a playground for wealthy and famous people. The city boasts luxury and yacht-filled marinas and the flashy sports cars driving past but there is still some old charm remaining. Wandering around Little Venice will give you a glimpse of the winding waterways, the fishermen’s houses painted in varied colours. You can also go sightseeing on a boat along the canals and see the city from a different perspective.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Saint-Tropez
What is the average price of holiday lettings in Saint-Tropez?
Due to its high annual average of £288.21 per night, Saint-Tropez is the city in France which offers the highest prices.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in Saint-Tropez?
If you would like to save as much as possible during your visit to Saint-Tropez, pack your bags and travel there in February (£242.48 per night on average), January (£246.22), or March (£251.17) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Saint-Tropez?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Saint-Tropez was August, with an average price of £375.09 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of £335.85, and September, with £304.25.
Do I need to plan a trip to Saint-Tropez well in advance?
If you decide to discover Saint-Tropez, we recommend planning your travels in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 45% in the year 2020.
Which months offer the highest availability?
The months that have the highest availability, on average, are April (with an availability of 68.75%), May (66.2%), and January (64%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Saint-Tropez?
The months with the lowest properties available in Saint-Tropez are, in order, August, July and September, with respective average availability figures of 15%, 34.25%, and 54.25%, based on data collected in 2020.
How many lettings are available in Saint-Tropez?
Holidu offers around 580 properties in Saint-Tropez from 17 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!