Christmas in Saint-Tropez is simply magical

Christmas in Saint-Tropez is simply magical

Publish on Tuesday, 5 November 2019

Close your eyes and conjure up an image of Saint-Tropez. What comes to mind? The chances are you’re picturing a heavenly beach, the glorious sunshine of the South of France or luxury villas overlooking the sea. Irresistible, isn’t it? So why not join us for a festive season like you've never known before by spending Christmas in Saint-Tropez at our hotel, the Bastide de Saint-Tropez?

 

A Christmas by the water in Saint-Tropez

Saint-Tropez is a world-famous destination for seaside tourism. Although it generally tends to be the summer months that attract holidaymakers, this coastal resort on the French Riviera is sunny, welcoming and pleasant 365 days of the year. Join in with the relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle by booking a room or suite at the Bastide de Saint-Tropez. Our five-star establishment offers the perfect setting from which you can make the most of the Christmas holidays in Saint-Tropez. From December 6th the town is resplendent with Yuletide illuminations and the festivities begin. Kids and adults alike can test their skating skills at the ice rink before warming up with a hot chocolate.

 

A great opportunity to (re)discover the enchantment of Saint-Tropez

From the beginning of December, all the monuments of the city are illuminated and the traditional wooden chalets are set up in the Place du XVe Corps. The small Christmas market is the perfect place to stroll and browse with your family, sip a mulled wine, do some gift shopping or find the perfect finishing touches for your home’s seasonal decor. From the Bastide de Saint-Tropez, it takes about fifteen minutes to get down to the edge of the sea, where you can enjoy a heart-warming view of the illuminated Vieux Port. Don’t forget to stop by the Chapelle de la Miséricorde to see its traditional Provencal nativity scene.

 

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Christmas in Saint-Tropez


Bastide de Saint-Tropez a 5-star hotel in the heart of Saint-Tropez

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