Villas in St Tropez
Those looking for sunshine, fabulous beach restaurants, and a free-spirited way of life will find it in St Tropez. Reserve a table at Club 55 on Pampelonne beach, or an evening at the famous nightclub, Les Caves du Roi, for a quintessential night of dancing and people watching.
St Tropez's port, once a simple fishing village, is now the summer home of mega yachts to classic sailboats, and reigns as the hub of sailing activity in the Med throughout the summer. A more simple way of life still exists amidst the glamour of designer boutiques, however. Despite the tourism, traditions of the Tropeziennes continue throughout the year: men gather in the evenings to play boule, a form of lawn bowling, in the town square Places des Lices, which then give way to lively Saturday mornings.
Stop by the citadel, a fortified castle built in the 16th century, or the fabulous Le Musee de l'Annonciade, home to a collection of fine Impressionist art by Monet, Renoir & Degas. With direct flights to Nice, St Tropez can be an easy and pleasant getaway.
St Tropez Villas for Your Trip to France
You'll find our luxury St Tropez villas either tucked into the outskirts of town, or pastorally set near the vineyards and rolling hillsides of coastal town Ramatuelle. Choose to have the picturesque city at your doorstep, or stay in a more rural town a car ride away from the action and beaches.
Our selection presents considerable variety, from renovated farmhouses to modern structures built in the ocean-facing hillsides. St Tropez villas are a great option for families wishing to have a beach vacation, or groups of friends looking to relax in a large space together. If you are a sailing enthusiast, be sure to book a villa during the racing week of Les Voiles de St Tropez in late September into October.
St Tropez Hotels
WIMCO also represents sophisticated hotels in St Tropez as well as vacation rentals. Reminiscent of a traditional country manor, La Bastide de St Tropez is located a short distance uphill from la Place des Lices in St Tropez, with 26 intimate rooms and the famed l'Olivier restaurant. Chateau de la Messardiere has been likened to an Anglo-Moorish castle, commanding a pine-shrouded hilltop vantage with dramatic views of the Gulf of St Tropez in one direction and the vineyards of Ramatuelle in the other. Or choose Villa Belrose, an upscale hotel where one will find excellcent, personalized service.