Forget the fancy side of St-Tropez for a while, and re-enter a more traditional Provence at this twice-weekly market, offering everything from cheese trucks and veg stalls to bric-a-brac sellers, sandal-makers and v…
Run by local girl Delphine and her mother, this irresistible little shop sells delicious homemade chocolates, biscuits and sweet treats. The praline chocolate is a favourite of chef and cookery writer Nina Parker.
Hand-crafting sandals (from €240) since 1933 for such clients as Picasso and Brigitte Bardot. There’s another branch nearby.
Colette brought a pair of sandals from Greece to Atelier Rondini (open since 1927) to be replicated. It’s still making the iconic sandals today (from about €145).
Outlet for St-Tropez hand-crafted sandals (from €240). K Jacques has been around since 1933, serving such clients as Picasso and Brigitte Bardot.
Everything gourmet (caviar, Champagne and foie gras included).
Since 1999, this chic boutique has re-sold secondhand and vintage designer clothes and accessories.