Tigre / St. Tropez
Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 6 Sleeps: 12
Living Area: 320 m2
A renovated traditional Saint Tropez villa situated in the quiet residential area of le Capon in Saint Tropez. The villa with 320m2 of living space situated in well kept gardens of 1500m2. It is a short 5 minute drive to both the very centre of Saint Tropez and the quite beach at Canoubier. The beach restaurants at Pampelonne beach is an 8 minute drive.
The decoration is a modern and provencal mix with a tasteful choice of furnishings; With 6 ensuite bedrooms, full air conditioning, pleasant gardens and a first floor view of the sea it makes for a relaxing and convenient stay in Saint Tropez.
4 ensuite guest bedrooms, Tv lounge/office, small laundry room.
Stairway leading to the first floor.
Open plan kitchen, salon dining area all under a beamed roof with patio doors to both sides of the villa making it an airy living space.
Master ensuite bedroom.
Along the front of the first floor is a terrace providing glimpses of the sea from the bedroom salon and kitchen;
The terrace to the rear of the first floor provides a shaded terrace for relaxation or alfresco dining, over looking the pool.
Provides a fitness room, kitchen and a the sixth ensuite bedroom.
Full air conditioning:
English satellite TV or french TV
Parking for 3/4 cars
All prices are subject to change and will be confirmed at time of the booking.
In residential area of le Capon in Saint Tropez
Distances to airports:
St. Tropez/La Môle (LTT): 15km - La Môle airfield has regular flights to Geneva, Bale-Mulhouse, Munich and Nice
Toulon-Hyères (TLN): 53km
Nice (NCE): 106km
Marseille (MRS): 145km
The seaside village Saint Tropez is still very popular with the tourists, although the jet-set and the in-crowd have long since left it behind. Set on the lovely blue water of the Bay of Saint-Tropez, this modern version of a medieval town is most popular for the line of yachts along the quai, and the facing line of terrace cafés, divided by a parade of strolling tourists and slow cruising expensive cars. We offer the best luxury villas in St.Tropez.
Behind the cafés, the small streets and old buildings are picturesque, but they're more popular for the multitude of shops and restaurants than historical significance. There are endless possibilities for buying gifts or items of proof that "you've been here". St Tropez is in the area of the Côte de Provence wines. There are several vineyards around St Tropez and nearby Gassin that offer wine tasting along with their wares.
Beach Clubs: There are a few beaches on the Baie de St. Tropez, east of town, but most are along the beautiful Baie de Pampelonne, three miles southwest of town (technically in Ramatuelle). While a few are public, you can only access the worthiest stretches by paying admission to one of the beach clubs listed here. They're fancy affairs, with facilities including restaurants, lounge chairs, changing rooms, and showers, and occasionally dance floors and open-air hot tubs. Many have live DJs (forget about peace and quiet), and each has its own personality.
Probably the classiest and most discreet, with the choicest clientele of world politicians, Russian and Middle Eastern businessmen and, of course, Kate Moss. Sir Elton also shows up. Hugh Jackman, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones were amoung those spotted here in summer 2011.
The simplest possible cabin in the early 1950s, Club 55 was adopted as their canteen by the people making And God Created Woman - the Bardot movie that put St Tropez on the world stage. It has never lost its appeal among the beautiful, the powerful and the clever. To have any chance of a summer table, book ahead. Be prepared to pay extraordinary amounts of money for some pretty humble catering.
Contact: 00 33 494 55 55 55
If folk in the Club 55 are talking business and maybe even signing contracts (it does happen), at the Voile Rouge they're more likely to be watching lightly-clad babes saunter the on-site catwalk - or eating shellfish from their taut, flat stomachs.
The establishment has been pretty unbridled since 1967, and shows few signs of slowing up. By day, there's a certain licence in the air. By night, it can grow distinctly frisky.
Contact: 00 33 494 79 84 34
Tahiti Beach: The oldest beach club (est 1946) fronts a hotel of the same name and appeals to more mature types, in an exclusive sort of way. You can't miss it. It's right at the northern end of Pampelonne and distinguished by bright orange parasols laid out on the sands in military formation.
Contact: 00 33 494 97 18 02
A good choice for kids, not least because they have a playground with games available, and a decent children's lunch menu (from €11).
Otherwise, there's a swish of Parisian chic about the place - plus a taste for installation art right on the beach. Les Jumeaux is also one of the rare beach restaurants open for lunch all year round. Think €26 or more for dishes like chicken supreme with coriander.
Tel: 33 4 94 97 54 00
Not far from the center of town, this quiet, sandy beach club is ideal for families with children, since it overlooks the calmer, shallower waters of the bay. The stylish restaurant is a fashionable place to dawdle over grilled fish and a chilled bottle of rosé. Open daily 10 am to 7 pm.
Plage de Pampelonne
Tel: 33 4 94 79 82 04
Hangout of the same supertanned, blonde-streaked, designer-clad Euro crowd who spend winter roosting at the original Nikki Beach in Miami or the St. Barths branch. Disco music thumps away all day long, and the young rich get their kicks by spraying one another with bottles of icy bubbly. Expect men in leopard-print posing cups (think Speedos, but much, much smaller) and topless women in white cowboy hats. Open daily noon to 8 pm.
Plage des Graniers
A public beach located just below the citadel that overlooks the harbor, Graniers is the best bet for those without wheels or who don't want to get stuck in the traffic jams that begin and end any day at Pampelonne. It is free, and there is a restaurant on-site.
Pampelonne Beach Clubs
Tahiti Area: Tropezina, Bar du Soleil, Tahiti, Le 1051 new , Moorea
Tamaris Area: Lou Lou new, Les Palmiers new, L’Orangerie new
Pampelonne Camping Area: Toison D’Or, Neptune, Tiki Beach, Tiki Club
Boulevard Patch Area: Club 55, Cap 21, La Serenca Hotel de Paris new, Byblos Beach new
L’Epi Area: La Reserve Beach Club new, Verde new, Nikki Beach
Gros-Vallet Area : La Cabane Bambou, Indie Beach, L’Esquinade, Tropicana , Migon
Cycling: France provides wide, empty roads and flat or rolling countryside suitable for biking
Boules: this typical French game can be played nearly everywhere; many towns provide dirt, gravel, hard-packed sand squares as playing surface for boules. The famous squares in St Paul de Vence and St Tropez are particularly enjoyable places to enjoy a game of boules
Hiking: plenty of hiking paths are found throughout southern France, notably the Var region, including the Chemin des Douaniers around the St Tropez peninsula
Windsurfing: five excellent windsurfing schools with rental facilities for equipment can be found (St Tropez/Pampelonne or Theoule-sur-Mer)
Waterskiing: try waterskiing at a water sports school in St Tropez (Pampelonne Beach) or Theoule-sur-Mer
Swimming: take a swim in the sea and discover one of many beaches around St Tropez, Nice or Cannes
Golf: approximately 20 golf courses can be found in this region. The temperate climate means golf can be played all year round, perfect for an off-season break. Beauvallon, an 18 hole course, has stunning sea views
Scuba Diving: there are diving centres at St Tropez, Ramatuelle and Theoule-sur-Mer
Tennis: Tennis courts are reasonably numerous throughout the region, including those at St Tropez, l'Escalet and Theoule-sur-Mer
Sailing & Kayaking: boats may be rented from various points along the Cote d'Azur, including l'Escalet, Ramatuelle
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