Église de St-Tropez
Sweet-chiming Église de St-Tropez is a quintessential St-Trop landmark, built in 1785 in Italian baroque style. Inside is the bust of St...
Predating St-Tropez’ citadel are three medieval towers guarding the port: Portalet, Jarlier and Suffren, the oldest building in...
Where the party winds up when you want to dance until dawn. Open year-round and the Tropéziens’ top choice, it's also distinctly...
Le Bistrot à la Truffe
Bruno Clément, arguably France’s most famous truffle chef – who also has an elaborate restaurant north in Lorgues – has opened Le...
La Ponche information
Shrug off the hustle of the port in St-Tropez’s historic fishing quarter, La Ponche, northeast of the Vieux Port. From the southern end of quai Frédéric Mistral, place Garrezio sprawls east from 10th-century Tour Suffren to place de l’Hôtel de Ville. From here, rue Guichard leads southeast to sweet-chiming Église de St-Tropez , a St-Trop landmark built in 1785 in Italian baroque style. Inside is a bust of St Torpes, honoured during Les Bravades in May.
Follow rue du Portail Neuf south to Chapelle de la Miséricorde , built in 1645 with a pretty bell tower and colourful tiled dome.