From Saturday 28th of September to Friday 6th of October, celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez. The show will be taking up all the space on shore, in and around the port of the legendary town of the French Riviera. To enjoy the French Riviera at its best, let us organise your stay. Here are some recommendations on what to do in Saint Tropez
The beauty of Saint-Tropez is its lifestyle. No matter if you fancy a calm night made of a nice dinner or a crazy weekend partying with celebrities, St-Tropez has it all.
A night out in Saint Tropez
For those wishing to dance the night away, head to Les Caves du Roy. Les Caves du Roy is the famous club of Byblos Hotel, you will find baroque columns with gold brocade still tower above VIP booths embroidered with the notorious Byblos insignia and oriental touches and most of all, celebrities. Adored by Mick Jagger, Jack Nicholson, Cher, no surprise that this nightlife gem turned 53 this year and is still an institution in the South of France.
The legendary Papagayo has reinvented itself as Gaïo, still ultra-trendy and chic. Dine and dance is the new concept of this venue, one of St Tropez’s hottest spots to spend the night.
No need to choose between a restaurant, a lounge bar and a club, L’Opera has it all. From a chilled out Port view with a bottle of champagne to a fine dinner with seafood to end the night dancing in a white hype venue, L’Opera Saint-Tropez is your best choice.
If you feel like dancing all night and loose control, the VIP Room is where you have to go for a wild night. Glamour and champagne are the key-words to a successful night in Saint-Tropez and the VIP Room is where to find it. It is only open from June to early September, so hurry up!
Fine dining in Saint Tropez
Fancy a seafood plate? Head to Le Girelier, located on the port, lunch with a view on the majestic sailing boats of the Gulf of Saint Tropez.
If you planned to go to L’Escale and you can’t find it, don’t worry, it has just been refurbished and is now La Petit Plage by Eric Frechon, still iconic, the setting is cocooning and features colorful plates for a true chill moment away from the crowd. They serve a remix of the legendary Tarte Tropezienne and it’s just as delicious…
Want to travel for dinner? Salama restaurant opened its doors at the former Villa Romana, earlier this year. It offers traditional Moroccan food in an oriental, modern setting, hidden in an alley, few steps away from the Port of Saint Tropez.
Where to chill on Pampelonne Beach?
Cabane Bambou has been entirely refurbished and opened the doors of Saint-Tropez’s new chilling heaven in April. Discover a quiet beach club, away from the crowd on Pampelonne Beach.
Among this year’s new gems, find La Serena, in Ramatuelle. Set on Saint-Tropez’s famous beach, La Serena offers all you need for a glamorous and relaxing afternoon, this beach club is the illustration happiness.
Let us take care of your stay and get access to the French Riviera’s most private and high end venues. One contact for all your needs.