The irresistible allure of a shopping spree in Saint-Tropez

The irresistible allure of a shopping spree in Saint-Tropez

Publish on Friday, 15 November 2019

Although Saint-Tropez has less than five thousand inhabitants living in the town throughout the year, this world-famous French Riviera resort boasts an impressive and varied wealth of shops. Why not spend a few dreamy days at our hotel, the Bastide de Saint-Tropez, so you can enjoy strolls in the picturesque little town centre, tanning sessions on the beach or by the pool, drinks on the terrace and, of course, shopping sprees in the fine boutiques of Saint-Tropez

 

Shopping in the luxury boutiques of Saint-Tropez

Our hotel is situated in an old and beautifully renovated bastide and combines elegance with a warm ambiance. After enjoying a massage in our spa space or sipping a cocktail by the pool, what could be better than wandering out to discover Saint-Tropez and its many shops? Every year, tens of thousands of visitors come from all over the world to spend their holidays in this legendary resort, which explains why the big names in luxury goods have opened outlets in Saint-Tropez. You can enjoy the bucolic and authentic charm of ‘Saint Trop’ while browsing the boutiques of Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Eres, Maje, Zadig & Voltaire, Mauboussin and Armani, all of which are located along the very chic Rue François Sibilli.

 

Everything to make you happy, from macarons to swimsuits

The oldest part of town, the Vieux Port, is rich in restaurants, bars and cafes as well as shops. While heading out to visit the Citadel of Saint-Tropez or the Portalet Tower, you can stop off at Ladurée to enjoy a delicious gourmet experience. You will also find everything you need in Saint-Tropez to put together the perfect seaside wardrobe, from the famous leather sandals from the boutique Les Tropéziennes to the Banana Moon bikini and the Naf-Naf beach dress.

 

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

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