The traditional fishing village comes alive early in the Summer, with the first tourists traditionally arriving in the month of May. The beach club reopening is one of the most anticipated events on the French Riviera, with the Monaco crowd quickly rushing to St Tropez to enjoy their first party weekend. Discover with us the top spots to visit and experience in St Tropez

Fishing Village

The city of St Tropez is originally a traditional fishing village from the South of France. Growing in popularity in the 50’s after the first travel booms, the city became a hot spot for the rich and famous, being more remote than most cities of the Riviera. The absence of railroads meant only the richest could access the city. Peruse the old streets of St Tropez, now paved with luxury shops and art galleries around Place des Lices. 

Old Port

The old port of St Tropez will be your favourite spot to enjoy a party aboard a yacht. The yachts line up in front of the world-famous Senequier, ideal to stop for a coffee in the morning. During Les Voiles the port is full of classic sailing yacht and gentleman yachts, bringing a unique twist to the city. 


Crystal clear waters and pristine beach is what awaits you in Pampelonne. Despite being one of the most famous beaches in the world, the sheer size of the bay allows keeping some privacy while lazing aboard a boat or on the beach. The multiple private beach clubs offer some of the finest food and most vibrant atmosphere. 


One of the most popular beach clubs in Club 55 needs no introduction. The club offers a laid-back atmosphere turning into a relaxed party later in the afternoon. While you shouldn’t expect a Nikki Beach or Bagatelle-type party, the Club 55 is much more refined and elegant.