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Head to one of France's glamour resorts to hang out with stars and enjoy the blue waters of the Mediterranean. St. Tropez is a very famous town on the French Riviera, where Brigitte Bardot was discovered and where the rich and famous hang out on the Marina. A place to be rather than a place to see, St. Tropez is nevertheless a great location for a classic southern French beach holiday and also to visit a lot more exclusive places and cities like the famous town Nice and Cannes, home to the film festival. Consider a stay in a St. Tropez apartment to use as a base for luxury beach holidays on the Cote d'Azur in popular places like Villefranche-sur-Mer and Cap d'Ail. There aren't many places in Europe, which can be compared to the glamourous St. Tropez.
Lifestyle and VIPs - Holidays in Saint Tropez
Despite its obvious links with the 'jet setting' lifestyle and film star glamour, St. Tropez still manages to retain something of a village feel. While this may be surprising, but it is exemplified in the ochre streets of the old village, where you can find the Dior building across the road from an ordinary grocery store. The route winds up through some pleasantly wooded hills and in the parish church here you can find a bust of St. Tropez himself, a Roman soldier who became a Christian whose head is actually in Pisa in Italy. If you climb to the top of the old village, you can visit the 16th century Citadelle which was built to protect the coastline.
Arts, Culture and Dreamlike Beaches
As with any Mediterranean town, the town square is the heart of the town and a notable landmark. Known in St. Tropez as the Place des Lices, it may seem a little big for a village of this size. However, visitors to St. Tropez apartments can watch locals play boules here and you can head to the laid back Cafe des Arts for refreshments. Art lovers who are staying in St. Tropez should make sure that they visit the Musée de l'Annonciade. Here, you can find many artists associated with Provence and St. Tropez, including works by Matisse and the pointillist artist Signac. A stay in the kind of Saint Tropez villas has provides a laid back insight into the world of the glamorous and famous who hang out at its marina. The number of expensive cars zipping around the place is also something anyone staying in St. Tropez apartments will notice. However, there is plenty to keep anyone busy and if it gets too much you can clear your head with a walk to the Pampelonne beaches.