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St. Tropez has become a byword for the glamorous French Rivera resort on the Mediterranean. Once a humble fishing port, it gained international fame in the 1950s as movie stars and pop singers flocked to the beaches made famous by Brigitte Bardot in the movie "And God Created Woman". St. Tropez retains its elegant image and still enjoys its celebrity visitors, although the jet set have not destroyed the charming fabric of the original seaside village. It's a charming place to stroll around and discreetly watch out for celebrities. Venere is a leading online accommodation specialist and can offer a wide variety of St. Tropez hotels to suit your requirements and budget. Use the quick and easy Venere reservation system to book your St. Tropez accommodation in advance and look forward to your break on the Riviera.
What's St. Tropez Like?
Chic is the French word that could have been coined for St. Tropez. The restaurants around the harbor are designed to entice the A-listers who have been dropping by since Bardot made it fashionable in the 1950s, many of them mooring immense yachts by the quay. The central square, the Place des Lices, is a spacious and elegant spot, with trees, a traditional cafe, and a buzz of activity in high season. The glitz is more subdued in the old village with its traditional ochre-colored houses and a quaint church. The 16th century citadel houses a maritime museum and offers great views over the town and the Mediterranean. The Musee de l'Annonciade gallery displays modern art in a 16th century chapel. The beaches are obvious attractions with three village strands including La Glaye and quieter beaches a little out of town, perfect to spend a tranquil morning away from the crowd. St. Tropez hotels offer a base for exploring the Riviera coastal trails.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in St. Tropez
St. Tropez is not really a place for slumming around in jeans and a T-shirt. This stretch of the Riviera encourages the fashion-conscious and you will feel more comfortable if you make an effort to fit in. Some of the restaurant prices seem to be geared towards visitors who own oil wells, but St. Tropez has a handy boulangerie for assembling beach picnics, bars serving affordable dishes of the day, and a number of crepe stands. Venere's website provides accurate and honest guest reviews, photo galleries, and sample room layouts to help you choose your ideal option from our selection of St. Tropez hotels. Interactive maps show the vicinity of the major attractions.