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 home-made 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 sold secondhand and vintage designer clothes and accessories.