Saint Tropez is refreshing in every way. This is especially true of the Vieux Port, the first stage in St. Tropez's development. The harbour is lined by soft-colored Mediterranean houses and lively cafes with outdoor terraces, where visitors can observe small fishing boats docked in the port alongside modern yachts. Along the sidewalk, artists exchange colorful paintings illustrating scenes from Saint-Tropez as they pass by.
The Plage de Bouillabaisse in Tropez is a large sandy beach right outside the village's port. This beach has free yet lavish public showers and toilet facilities, as well as a seaside restaurant.Just outside the old quarter of La Ponche, a breathtaking coastal path runs along the peninsula of Saint-Tropez. You can enjoy the natural beauty of the shoreline and the coastal environment along the Sentier du Littoral. In addition to rugged coastal footpaths, the route includes hills and beachside trails that are more gentle.
Saint Tropez invites you to come and discover the world of colours and legendary lavender fields in Saint Tropez. Walkthrough the narrow cobblestone streets with a delightful and vibrant sight of luminous villages and animated streets.
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