Presqu'île de St-Tropez attractions

Top Choice Gallery in St-Tropez

Musée de l’Annonciade

In a gracefully converted 16th-century chapel, this small but famous museum showcases an impressive collection of modern art infused with that legendary Côte d’Azur light. Pointillist Paul Signac bought a house in S…
Top Choice Beach in Presqu'île de St-Tropez

Plage de Pampelonne

The 5km-long, celebrity-studded Plage de Pampelonne sports a line-up of exclusive beach restaurants and clubs in summer. Find public entries (and parking for €5.50) at one of six access points: rte de Tahiti, chemin…
Top Choice Historic Site in St-Tropez

La Ponche

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 Su…
Top Choice Museum in St-Tropez

Citadelle de St-Tropez

Built in 1602 to defend the coast against Spain, the citadel dominates the hillside overlooking St-Tropez to the east. The views are fantastic, as are the exotic peacocks wandering the grounds. Its dungeons are home…
Beach in St-Tropez

Plage de Tahiti

This famous nudist beach is also a naturally magnificent stretch of sandy beach, about 4km southeast of St-Tropez.
Square in St-Tropez

Place des Lices

St-Tropez’ legendary and very charming central square is studded with plane trees, cafes and pétanque players. Simply sitting on a cafe terrace watching the world go by or jostling with the crowds at its twice-weekl…
Port in St-Tropez

Vieux Port

Yachts line the harbour (as their uniformed crews diligently scrub them) and visitors stroll the quays at the picturesque old port. In front of the sable-coloured townhouses, the Bailli de Suffren statue of a 17th-c…
Beach in Presqu'île de St-Tropez

Plage des Salins

Just east of St-Tropez, Plage des Salins is a 600m-wide pine-fringed beach at the southern foot of Cap des Salins. At the northern end of the beach, on a rock jutting out to sea, is the tomb of Émile Olivier (1825–1…
Lighthouse in Presqu'île de St-Tropez

Sémaphore de Camarat

France’s second-tallest lighthouse by light-source (nearly 130m above the waves), is a squat, imposing tower completed in 1832. Electrified in 1946, it was automated from 1977. Scale it for giddy views of St-Tropez …
Church in St-Tropez

Église de St-Tropez

Sweet-chiming Église de St-Tropez is a quintessential St-Trop landmark, commenced in Italian baroque style in the 17th century, but not completed until 1784. Inside is the bust of St Torpes, namesake and patron of t…