Some information about Saint-Tropez and the area around the villa


 

Saint-Tropez is a mecca of culture, arts, tradition and "fun", whether at sea or ashore.

But despite its glamorous image, Saint-Tropez, more than any other port on the Cote d'Azur, has retained its period charm.

Ramatuelle is an unspoilt medieval village perched high above the vineyards, with magnificent views of the sea, the plains, and even the snowy  Alpes du Sud in the distance.
 

Ramatuelle has remained truly "Provencal", but is only a short distance from Saint-Tropez.
The famous Saint-Tropez beaches of Pampelonne are actually in Ramatuelle. Here are the beach restaurants such as Club 55, La Voile Rouge, Nikki Beach, Tahiti Beach and others ...

Between Saint-Tropez and Ramatuelle, there's always something fun happening, all year.

 

Nevertheless, these two villages have preserved their infinite old-world charms.
The narrow winding streets, lined with bistros, cafés and shops..

In Saint-Tropez the market takes place every Saturday and Tuesday morning. Like the Citadel and the Museum of the Annunciation, this contributes to the pride and reputation of Saint-Tropez.

In Ramatuelle, the market, more intimate, is held on Sundays and Thurdays.

 

The Customs Path, "Chemin des Douaniers", (which follows the entire French coastline), sneaks along the sea from St. Tropez to l'Escalet, and offers spectacular views of the villages of Ramatuelle and Gassin and access to many small coves where you can cool off by taking a dip in crystal clear water.