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Château de la Moutte

Château de la Moutte (Chemin de la Moutte, Saint-Tropez) – from late July to mid August every year, classical music concerts are held at the gardens here, known locally as “Le Festival des Nuits du Château de la Moutte”. Opera and even flamenco musical performance are also held there. See that event’s website for more […]

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Chapelle du Couvent

Chapelle du Couvent (Av. Augustin Grangeon, Saint-Tropez) – this is a Catholic church that dates back from the 18th century. Wine lovers pass through here, because a wine co-operative (La Cave de Saint Tropez) is virtually next door to the church. Of course, a retail store is open for those who want some bottles of […]

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Cap Taillat

Cap Taillat (Route d l’Escalet) – located 19 minutes from Saint-Tropez (via Route D93), this area is a nature reserve, which supports a range of habitats – from seashore to wooden cliffs. Eco-tourists exploring this area will likely find some of France’s rarest plant species, along with an enclave for Hermann tortoises.

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Baie des Cannebiers

Baie des Cannebiers (Bay of the Stars) – located just five minutes from Saint-Tropez, this beach is close to the center of Saint-Tropez, and is known for its proximity to various spacious villas that wealthier visitors rent for lengthy stays in the French Riviera.