The Bastide de Saint-Tropez reopens on June 12

The Bastide de Saint-Tropez reopens on June 12

Publish on Wednesday, 20 May 2020

After these long weeks spent without the pleasure of your company, we are delighted to be able to welcome you again from June 12th, 2020! Happy holidays and plentiful sunshine await you at the Bastide de Saint-Tropez and we can assure you of a tranquil break and peace of mind under the palm trees and pure blue skies of the South of France.

 

A 5-star hotel in the heart of Saint-Tropez

Located not far from Sainte-Anne Hill, just a 10-minute walk from the centre of Saint-Tropez, the Bastide is set in the exotic and verdant heart of a lush park.

The host mansion of our hotel and its four Provencal farmhouses promise you an unforgettable upscale stay. Complete comfort and refinement are what you can expect from your accommodation. We offer 10 Deluxe rooms of 25m2, 6 junior suites of 30m2, 5 suites of 35m2 and magnificent apartments of 45m2 with private Jacuzzis.

To celebrate the reopening of our hotel, we are offering you the opportunity to spend 3 nights for the price of 2! Choose from a Deluxe room, Junior suite, Suite or Apartment and enjoy a personalised welcome. Hurry up, as you only have until June 8th to take advantage of this offer, which is available exclusively on our official website.

We’re waiting to help you enjoy the summer as it should be enjoyed!

 

A summer in the coastal resort of Saint-Tropez

You have a date this summer with one of the most beautiful and famous fishing villages in the world.
Blue and white deckchairs, Brigitte Bardot, the Gendarmes movies, cream gâteaux and little yellow and orange houses… This is the image we all tend to have in mind when we think of Saint-Tropez. But there’s so much more to this French Riviera hotspot! Did you know that, according to legend, the place gained its name in the year 68, when the body of Saint Torpès (a Christian martyr) was washed ashore on a beach of what was then a tiny fishing village? A chapel was erected in his memory and the village came to bear his name and went on to enjoy renewed prosperity.

Fast forward to more recent times! In the 1960s, Saint-Tropez quickly became one of the most popular movie locations, particularly for the films of the French New Wave. Nearly 70 films have been shot here, including the legendary And God Created Woman, directed by Roger Vadim, which brought Brigitte Bardot to worldwide acclaim. Then there was the hugely popular Gendarmes movies with Louis de Funès and the TV soap opera Sous le Soleil.

Culture buffs love the Annonciade Museum, which has a superb collection of paintings representing the Pointillist, Nabis and Fauvist movements. This reopens its doors to the public on May 26th. The Gendarmerie and Cinéma Museum, the Citadel of Saint Tropez Maritime History Museum and the Butterfly Museum are unfortunately still closed to the public right now, but it is hoped they will reopen during the summer.

If simply taking it easy is your preferred holiday (in)activity, head for the beach! Since May 19th, the beaches of Bouillabaisse, Canebiers, Graniers and Salins have been reopened to the public. Every day from 10:00 to 18:00, you can perfect your tan, enjoy the sea air, and even take a cooling dip.

In short, you have a thousand and one reasons to spend your summer 2020 in Saint-Tropez and book your stay at the Bastide de Saint-Tropez! Idyllic, sumptuous, absolutely unforgettable holidays for lovers, families and friends!

 

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

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