What to do in Saint-Tropez

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Hey guys!

How are you doing?

Just got back from Saint-Tropez a few days ago and I wanted to share this little city guide of my favorite places with you.

BEACHES I LOVE:

Le Club 55 (elegant and quiet, perfect for couples or families)

Bagatelle (more trendy, to party)

Nikki Beach (very festive, more for happy hour)

L’Epi de Petrie (they have a beautiful pool + access to the beach, family oriented)

New Largo (family oriented as well but they have a good DJ)

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FOR A DRINK:

Dior des Lices (not the most typical place here but so beautiful!)

Le Café des Arts (where I take my breakfast when I go to the market)

Senequier (so mythical…)

Hotel byblos (very good cockails)

Le Café de Paris (beautiful bar inside)

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RESTAURANTS:

Le Schpountz (easy going, more for lunch)

l’Escale (trendy and festive)

La Brasserie des Arts (more for groups, loud music)

Le Salama (moroccan restaurant with a beautiful terrace)

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PLACES TO SEE AROUND:

Ramatuelle (a small village on the top of a hill where I spent all my holidays for years!)

Gassin (10 mins away from Saint-Tropez, very charming village, where I stayed the last two times I came)

Grimaud/Port Grimaud (very beautiful as well, very nice to have a walk on the port)

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WHERE TO SHOP:

The market (every tuesday and saturday)

Senigold (large choice of sunglasses at low price)

Mai 68 (on New Largo Beach)

Les Senteurs Tropeziennes (fragrances)

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And last but not least of the things to do if you are in Saint-Tropez is to taste the famous Tarte Tropezienne and an ice cream at Barbarac!

I really love Saint-Tropez even though it can be a bit bling-bling sometimes but there are so many beautiful things beyond that… I hope to be back soon and that you will enjoy this little tour of the places I love!

See you soon guys!

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