Bailli de Suffren Statue
Here a cast from a 19th-century cannon peers out to sea. The bailiff (1729-88) was a sailor who fought with a Tropezien crew against...
La Maison des Papillons
Around 4500 butterflies collected by Dany Lartigue, son of Riviera photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894-1986), are pinned to the...
Musée de l'Annonciade
In a gracefully converted 16th-century chapel, this small but famous art museum showcases an impressive collection of modern art infused...
Café de Paris
The terrace is the place to sport your new strappy sandals at afternoon aperitifs.
This portside hangout gets it name from its previous owner – the short, muscular and apparently very hairy Henri Guérin! Stop here for...
Lonely Planet review
Yachts line the harbour and chic visitors stroll the quays at the picturesque old port. In front of the sable-coloured town houses, the Bailli de Suffren statue , cast from a 19th-century cannon, peers out to sea. The bailiff (1729–88) was a sailor who fought with a Tropezien crew against Britain and Prussia during the Seven Years War. As much of an institution as the bailiff is portside cafe Sénéquier .
Duck beneath the archway, next to the tourist office, to uncover St-Tropez’s daily morning fish market , on place aux Herbes.