I spent some days in St. Tropez this summer. I did not know what to expect because of COVID-19 but felt it was worth visiting. I was in Paris and could take the train down south for some Vitamin D and catch up with some girlfriends.
I love the charming town of St. Tropez and the city has a lot of cute hotels and stunning beaches with great food.
Here are some of my favourite spots I would like to share with you. Some of the places are iconic places that you might already know and then I have some new / hidden spots that you might explore next time you get the chance to go there.
I was suppose to stay for 3 days but because the situation was ok while I was there I kept extending and stayed for a week.
The beaches are not as full as they usually are but I actually enjoyed that. And the clubs are not open and the beach restaurants are not doing a big lunch party like they use to but to go for some relaxation in beautiful surroundings and enjoy time with a close girlfriend was all I needed.
St. Tropez Harbour
Hotel Hermitage has now opened for their front yard for drinks and petanque which is quite cool!
Hotel Tartane Saint Armour is a really cute hidden hotel with bungalow rooms. Here you can choose between having a bungalow with or without your own terrace.
This is the common space where breakfast, lunch and dinner is served.
I only made the breakfast which was really good and a variety of juices, eggs, bread, and jams.
The pool area and sunbeds at Hotel Tartane St. Armour
The famous tarte tropezienne. A must try cake when in St. Tropez. I love it and eat it too much while I am there.
Me before dinner at Hotel Tartane.
- is a great beach and not too big.
I like to come for some hours in the sun and then go up in the restaurant for late lunch. Their truffle pizza, artichoke salat, and tuna tartare are my favourites.
Club 55 - Is the iconic and best lunch you try. Their vegetabel basket is a must and I order their artichoche, egg and grilled mais with and its soo delicious. Club 55 have their own farm where they grow all their vegetables they serve at the restaurant so everything just tastes of more and are better!
After I always have an espresso....
... And tarte tropezienne.
Plage Tropezina is a new beach that opened this year and it is stunning. A bit more family and secluded but it is perfect for a chilled day.
Their restaurant is a bit more fancy than all the other restaurants. The food is tasty too!
Hotel Le Yaca - is one of my favourite hotels in town. You can go here for an aperitif before dinner or eat some delicious tagliatelle at their Italian restaurant.
Hotel Le Yaca
DIOR garden in St. Tropez
A must spot, Senequier! This place is iconic and the best people watching place. They serve great Aperol Spritz and omelettes as well.