Stay in Saint-Tropez in the Var

Saint-Tropez is a superb small fishing village located in the Var. In summer, the city's population increases tenfold with the influx of tourists. Saint-Tropez was then a leading seaside destination very popular with partygoers from all over the world. Saint-Tropez was popularized by Brigitte Bardot who has lived in La Madrague for decades.

Where to stay in Saint-Tropez?

Discover below our selection of guest rooms, cottages, holiday rentals and hotels in Saint-Tropez :

NameType of accommodationBooking
Muse Saint TropezHotelI book at the best price
Exclusive Resort ApartmentsApartmentI book at the best price
Villa AlbaGuest houseI book at the best price
Kube Saint-TropezHotelI book at the best price
Hôtel de Paris Saint-TropezHotelI book at the best price
Résidence Les SellettesApartmentI book at the best price
Domaine Les MésangesBed and BreakfastI book at the best price

What to do in Saint-Tropez?

Saint-Tropez is a top destination to party. In summer, you can have fun 24 hours a day between the beaches during the day and the evenings at a nightclub. If you want to be quiet, don't go to Saint-Tropez because in summer, this small peaceful village turns into an overcrowded seaside city. Nevertheless, the village remains very pleasant to discover out of season. It has retained all the charm of a small fishing village. You will be able to stroll through the alleys around the port where luxury yachts are moored.

The visit to Saint-Tropez begins with a stroll to the 17th century citadel. This is where the Saint-Tropez Maritime History Museum is located. You can also visit the Musée de l'Annonciade, which is housed in a 16th century chapel. Collections of paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries remind us that the region was an essential place of inspiration for many renowned painters.

Saint-Tropez is also the mythical beach of Pampelonne located on the peninsula of Saint-Tropez, next to Ramatuelle. This large beach extends over more than 4 Km. Many private establishments have taken over the beach to develop various activities : restaurant, private club, water sports, etc...

It is impossible to leave Saint-Tropez without tasting a piece of Tropezienne, the local pastry. Tropezienne is a brioche topped with a delicious pastry cream mixed with butter cream. It's not necessarily very light but so good!

What to do around Saint-Tropez?

Just next to Saint-Tropez, you can take a walk in Port Grimaud. A little further north is Sainte-Maxime with the botanical garden of Les Myrtes. Going south, you will arrive at Ramatuelle, La Croix-Valmer and then Cavalaire-sur-Mer. Why not go for a boat tour in the Mediterranean to observe dolphins in their natural habitat.