Saint Tropez

Saint Tropez, a glittering gem


Sun-soaked canvas of 20th-century painters, the venue for the wildest parties and harbour for breathtaking contemporary yachts - nothing rivals the winds of freedom that blow through the stone pines of the Gulf of Saint Tropez. Shellfish and crustaceans bedeck its idyllic coves as well as its sophisticated restaurant tables while a myriad of enchanting villages each add a new meaning to the word “beauty”. And the same halo of sunshine enshrouds the tan façades of Cogolin, the blond stretches of beach in Ramatuelle and the Belle Epoque gardens of Rayol-Canadel. A hotpot of opulence and leisure, jet set celebrities and local craftsmanship, the region has preserved all the charms of this legendary gem.

The real estate market

Prices have increased by 20-30% in five years on a scale of 1 to 10 based on the location and type of property. On the upper end of the scale are apartments in the centre of Ramatuelle and Saint Tropez, and prestigious villas on the private estate of Les Parcs, Cap Tahiti, La Capilla and La Réserve.

Our advice

Demand is constant and supply is limited. In a bull market, investors need to make quick decisions and be ready to make concessions. At the right price, properties are guaranteed to sell in 3 months.

Away from the partying, there are some fantastic properties close to the villages where owners can recharge their batteries in peace and quiet.

The best neighbourhoods:

Near the villages and beaches: Les Salins, Les Canoubiers, Tahiti, Belle Isnarde, La Quessine, L’Escalet. Private estates: Les Parcs, CapTahiti, La Capilla, La Réserve. And around the Synagogue. Properties on the roadside can be noisy.- GOYONS Nelly Directrice BARNES Saint-Tropez

Art of living

Saint Tropez is known for its vibrant lifestyle and its cultured and sophisticated party-loving population. BARNES has put together a dream schedule just for you.


Le Beauvallon

Le Beauvallon


Once a regular haunt of French author Colette and American novelist Francis Scott Fitzgerald, Le Beauvallon is now home to bespoke installations by Andrés Jaque and monumental sculptures by Liu Ruowang. A must!

Boulevard des Collines, 83310, Grimaud



Designed by architect François Spoerry, the lakeside Port-Grimaud is right on the waterfront. Just the sight of the azure blue mooring rings that add a delicate decorative touch to the houses is enough to transport you to a whole new world.

Port-Grimaud, 83310, Grimaud

Helicopter ride


From the lush slopes of the Massif des Maures to the crystal-clear waters of the gulf, fly over the Mediterranean and take in every nook and crevice on board the sleek form of a helicopter. A magical ride.

Heli Sécurité 195 avenue de l’Héliport, 83310 Grimau


Chanel at La Mistralée



Each summer, Chanel makes itself comfortable behind the almond green shutters of the La Mistralée private mansion. A unique opportunity to discover the fashion house’s latest collections in a typical Provençal villa with elegant furnishings.

1 avenue du Général Leclerc, 83990, Saint-Tropez



Colourful raffia baskets, embroidered silk kaftans and delicately crocheted dresses all fill the shelves of Lulu to get you ready for summer.

6 rue Victor Laugier, 83990 Saint-Tropez

Trinity Bijoux



A little designer boutique simply brimming with lucky charms to collect. Embossed medallions and shell bracelets set with precious stones... get ready to sparkle in the Saint Tropez sun.

47 rue du Général Allard, 83990 Saint-Tropez

The hottest reservations in town

Dior des Lices


Toile de Jouy fabric, monogrammed lattes and tart choux buns... the planted courtyard of the Dior des Lices café is still the most stylish breakfast destination in Saint Tropez to this day.

13 rue François Sibilli, 83990 Saint-Tropez

Le Café


A multitude of dishes with a Provençal accent shimmer under the woven wickerwork lamps of Le Café. Including squid and sun-soaked vegetables to sample against the backdrop of the floral décor before you wind away the evening in the piano bar.

Place des Lices, 83990 Saint-Tropez




A Moroccan oasis for the senses. Generously stewed Mourouzia, braised fennel and grilled camarones are just some of the tasty options to be enjoyed in the glow of the wrought iron lanterns.

1 chemin des Conquettes, 83990 Saint-Tropez



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