Photo: Restaurant & Beach Club Nikki Beach in Saint-Tropez.
The summer holidays can’t start early enough. Are you planning on visiting Saint-Tropez this year? We are more than happy to catch you up about the new hot spots in town. So, are you ready to get excited for this summer?
In Saint-Tropez, we like to lunch at the beach, in one of its many beach clubs and bars. Enjoy delicious food while meeting with friends and acquaintances and overlooking Saint-Tropez’ finest beaches and the turquoise sea. Ah, the ultimate holiday feeling. Le Palmier is your popular restaurant to enjoy lunch, and one of the most famous places to lunch in Saint-Tropez. Feeling a bit nostalgic? Club 55, made famous by Brigitte Bardot, is your call and known by tout la monde because of this famous actress. Nowadays, its still a favourite of many celebrities and still the number one place to go. For simply excellent food, you can visit Eden Plage or Tahiti Plage.
Are you in the mood to dance the night away? In many beach lunch bars the tables will become your dance floor after lunch time! Bagatelle is where you want to go in that case. Nonetheless, nothing is more renown about Saint-Tropez than its famous beaches, and being the hometown of no-one less than David Guetta, its safe to say that you will find some of the best parties on beaches like Nikki Beach.
It is a common practice in Saint-Tropez that what seems as a regular dinner in a restaurant, ends up in a party later at night.
The most famous, 120-year old, terrace in Saint-Tropez might be Sénéquier’s. With entirely red furniture, film-set chairs and delicious cocktails. Luxury dinner and partying are coming together at L’Opera. With a lovely view of the port you can enjoy your dinner on L’Opera’s enchanting terrace. With a completely white and gold interior, you may enjoy a contagious show from your comfortable sofa and move to the dance floor as soon as you finish your dinner. Prefer something more subtle? Au Caprice des Deux is a lovely, small restaurant in an even tinier street. More restaurants you may want to discover are; Le Quai in the harbour, Brasserie des Arts where you can dine and party afterwards, and Les Viviers du Pilon to enjoy excellent fish while sitting above the Saint-Tropez bay.
For sipping your cocktail or glass of wine later at night, you may enjoy one of the many bars Saint-Tropez hosts. People watching on the terrace of Sénéquier, relaxing at Cafe de Paris, or trying excellent champagne at White 1921; Saint-Tropez offers it all. Excited to dance, dance, dance tonight? Le Cave will not disappoint you!