Tour of the Saint-Tropez peninsula

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The Saint-Tropez peninsula, the jewel of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region and the jewel of the Var, embodies the charm of the French coastline. Nestled between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea, this peninsula is a mosaic of historic villages, idyllic beaches and unspoilt natural landscapes. Saint-Tropez, with its glamorous ambience, attracts visitors and celebrities alike, while the villages of Gassin, Ramatuelle and other pearls of the Var offer breathtaking panoramas and enviable tranquillity. Domaine de Miremer, a campsite in Saint-Tropez, invites you to explore this Provencal Eden.

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Saint-Tropez

Saint-Tropez, a Côte d’Azur icon, is famous for its port, sandy beaches and lively nightlife. This former fishing village transformed into a jet-set epicenter offers a perfect alchemy of Provencal tradition and contemporary luxury. Stroll through its narrow streets, discover its designer boutiques and relax in its sunny cafés. In the heart of Saint-Tropez, you’ll also find a number of must-see monuments, including the Citadelle,Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption church and the Gendarmerie and Film Museum.

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<h2>Gassin</h2>
<p>Perched on the heights of the peninsula, <strong>Gassin </strong>is classified as one of <strong>France’s most beautiful villages</strong>. With its flower-lined streets, stone houses and 360° panoramic views of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, vineyards and surrounding forests, Gassin offers an exceptional vacation setting. The village is a haven of peace where time seems to stand still, inviting contemplation and serenity. A <strong>visit to Gassin</strong> enriches every visitor’s trip to the Var, offering a unique perspective on the natural and architectural beauty of Provence.</p>

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<h2>Ramatuelle</h2>
<p> <strong>Ramatuelle</strong>, a pretty commune on the peninsula, offers authentic charm with its cobbled streets, whitewashed houses and shady squares. This village, close to the famous Pampelonne beach (10 minutes), is a successful blend of history, culture and nature. The preservation of its heritage, coupled with a dynamic cultural life, makes Ramatuelle a place not to be missed. Its open-air<strong> theater </strong>hosts prestigious events, bridging the gap between Provencal tradition and openness to the world.</p>

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Port Grimaud

Port Grimaud is an exceptional lakeside town in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. Designed by architect François Spoerry, this city on the water seduces with its canals, bridges and colorful houses. Accessible only by boat or on foot, Port Grimaud offers a unique experience, combining modern architecture with Mediterranean charm. Boat trips here are unforgettable, offering breathtaking views of bold architecture that respects the environment and local culture.

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Croix-Valmer

La Croix-Valmer, located at the tip of the peninsula, is renowned for its unspoilt beaches and protected natural areas. Between sea and nature, this village offers an exceptional quality of life and varied landscapes, from sandy beaches to hiking trails through vineyards and forests. La Croix-Valmer is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, where Mediterranean biodiversity can be discovered throughout the seasons, between land and sea, under the radiant Provencal sun.

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Capes on the Saint-Tropez peninsula: Cap Camarat, Cap Lardier, Cap Taillat

The capes of the Saint-Tropez peninsula Cap Camarat, Cap Lardier and Cap Taillat – offer wild, unspoilt landscapes. These rocky promontories plunge into the Mediterranean, surrounded by secret beaches and hiking trails through garrigue and pine forests. Cap Taillat, accessible only on foot, is particularly popular for its isolation and raw beauty. These sites offer an immersive experience of the Côte d’Azur’s exceptional natural heritage, between land and sea.

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Activities on the Saint-Tropez peninsula

The Saint-Tropez peninsula abounds with activities to suit all tastes: from hiking trails offering breathtaking views of the Mediterranean, to heavenly beaches inviting you to relax and enjoy water sports. Whether you prefer to explore the hidden paths of Cap Taillat, bask on the beach of Pampelonne or discover the seabed by diving, the island offers a multitude of experiences. Wine lovers won’t be left out, with visits to cellars offering tastings of local wines, testifying to Provence’s rich viticultural heritage.

The Saint-Tropez peninsula is a destination that offers much more than the glamour of its beaches and parties. It invites you to discover the richness of Provence, with its authentic villages, natural landscapes and cultural heritage. Every visit here is a promise of new discoveries and unforgettable experiences, under the bright sunshine of southern France. Count on Domaine de Miremer to welcome you to its Var campsite, near the Saint-Tropez peninsula.