Breakfast at the Bastide de Saint-Tropez
Publish on Friday, 25 June 2021
Imagine yourself by the pool, wafted by the exotic scents of our Mediterranean garden. What better setting could there be in which to enjoy a breakfast full of flavour, the ideal preparation for a day of lazing on the beaches of Saint-Tropez, exploring the vineyards of the Provençal hinterland or shopping in luxury boutiques and at the village market?
Discover our artisan partners
To help you get ready to face the day, we have opted to call on the services of the best artisans in the region. So, you are invited to make your selection from our basket of viennoiseries, gourmet breads, chouquettes and marmalade rolls from Le Ribeirou bakery. With their savoir-faire, natural leaven and carefully selected flours, this fine boulangerie invites you to rediscover the pleasure of fluffy bread, crunchy crusts and golden croissants. And what better way to accompany these delights than with a generous spoonful of jam from the Maison des Confitures de Gassin? 100% natural and artisanal, they bring out the full flavours of the fruits of the region, including apricot, strawberry, fig ...
Sweet and savoury delicacies
Also on the menu for your breakfast at La Bastide de Saint-Tropez are our eggs, prepared on the spot, as an omelette, boiled, scrambled with bacon or even fried. And don’t forget our assortments of cereals and our porridge on request. If you fancy something sweeter, our fresh homemade creams and yoghurts provide an irresistible opportunity to indulge. To finish in style, help yourself to our magnificent basket of fresh seasonal fruits. As for drinks, an assortment of the best selection of tea, coffee and hot chocolate will be served on request.
Start your day with a gourmet touch by discovering the best of the region's produce. Soft bread rolls generously spread with artisan jam, plus vanilla cream, tight espresso and soft-boiled eggs with crispy mouillettes to dip into them. There’s something for everyone.
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