Relax and marvel at the beaches and coves in and around Saint-Tropez
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Saint-Tropez, famous for its charm and vibrant atmosphere, offers much more than lively evenings and luxury boutiques. Located on the stunning Côte d'Azur, this sought-after destination is teeming with sandy beaches, hidden coves, and pristine waters that draw travelers from around the globe. While staying at Hôtel Lou Pinet you will immerse yourself in the captivating wonders of Saint-Tropez and discover awe-inspiring coastal gems.
Plage de Pampelonne, the most famous beach in the Gulf of Saint Tropez
The Plage de Pampelonne in Ramatuelle is undoubtedly one of the most famous and sought-after beaches in Saint-Tropez. Stretching for almost 5 kilometers, this sandy beach offers an idyllic setting for relaxing in the sun or swimming in the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. You'll find numerous beach establishments along the coast, where you can enjoy sun loungers, parasols and catering services for a day of absolute relaxation.
Plage des Salins, a stone's throw from downtown Saint Tropez
Located just a few minutes from the center of Saint-Tropez, Plage des Salins is a real hidden gem. Nestled among sand dunes and surrounded by greenery, this peaceful beach offers an unspoilt, natural setting and a tranquil atmosphere. The calm, shallow waters make it an ideal choice for families. Feel free to relax on the warm sand or stroll along the coastline to admire the natural beauty that surrounds you.
Plage de l'Escalet, absolute peace and quiet
If you're looking for a wilder, more intimate beach, the Plage de l'Escalet is for you. Located just a few kilometers from Saint-Tropez, this picturesque cove is surrounded by steep cliffs and offers an unspoilt, tranquil atmosphere. The clear and shallow waters make it particularly ideal for snorkeling. Enjoy a pleasant stroll along the coastal path that runs alongside the beach and rewards you with breathtaking panoramic views.
La Plage de Tahiti, when the beach comes alive with the vibrant air of Saint-Tropez
Known for its chic ambience and elegance, Plage de Tahiti is an emblematic Saint-Tropez landmark. It's here that you'll find trendy restaurants and beach clubs, as well as a lively atmosphere that invites you to party. One of the most renowned establishments in the area is the Tahiti Beach Hotel, distinguished by its vibrant orange parasols, and featuring an exceptional restaurant. Additionally, Tabou Beach Club and Restaurant Plage Tropézina are noteworthy venues, perfect for sipping refreshing cocktails on the sandy shores. Whether you bask in the sun on the soft sand, immerse yourself in the pristine waters, or unwind at one of the esteemed beach establishments, Tahiti Beach offers an ideal setting to mingle with the elite and indulge in a day of opulence and entertainment. While the beach clubs occupy private sections of the beach reserved for their patrons, you can still bring a towel and relax in the public areas free of charge.
Crique of Cap Taillat, a natural gem
For lovers of nature and tranquillity, Cap Taillat cove is a real gem. Nestling between the Capes de l'Escalet and Camarat, this secluded cove offers a wild, unspoilt landscape. Accessible only by foot, it offers a unique and peaceful experience. The water is exceptionally clear, ideal for discovering marine life. Get ready to marvel at the steep cliffs, umbrella pines and crystal-clear waters of this untouched cove.
Plage des Canoubiers, for water sports enthusiasts
Plage des Canoubiers is a wide, spacious stretch of sand, with a large, sheltered bay and gentle waves that are easy to swim in. The palm trees that line the beach provide shade right on the water's edge. Showers and toilets are available, and a lifeguard supervises swimming during the summer. The area is a mecca for yachting and water sports. You'll find the Saint-Tropez Yacht Club, a kitesurfing school and several nautical businesses along the coast. Next to the yacht club is a restaurant, Chucs Saint-Tropez, serving light meals and wine with a magnificent sea view.
The lesser known beaches of Saint-Tropez
The lesser-known, authentic beaches of Saint-Tropez hold their own charm. Plage Bouillabaisse, conveniently situated at the entrance to Saint-Tropez, offers a truly magnificent view of the gulf and Sainte-Maxime. It serves as an ideal vantage point to admire the graceful yachts and sailing boats entering the port of St-Tropez. This beach stands out as the perfect spot to witness breathtaking sunsets.
Nestled within the old Ponche district, in the heart of Saint-Tropez, lie La Fontanette and La Ponche beaches. These picturesque settings offer a panoramic view of the gulf that is nothing short of magnificent. Accessible solely on foot from the port or the Citadelle, these small sand and gravel beaches, stretching only 50 meters in length, possess a unique allure.
Last but not least, the Graniers beach unveils a hidden gem of untouched wilderness. Here, visitors can find small shady spots, creating a delightful ambiance for dining and enjoying refreshments. The beach itself consists of a blend of sand and pebbles that gently merge with the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean.
Whether you're looking for the hustle and bustle of world-famous beaches or the tranquility of secret coves, Saint-Tropez and the surrounding area are full of coastal treasures just waiting to be explored. During your stay at Hôtel Lou Pinet, let yourself be carried away by the beauty of these exceptional beaches and coves, and create unforgettable memories along the shores of the Côte d'Azur.
Hotel Lou Pinet opened its doors on April 27, 2023. For more information or to book your stay, visit our website or contact our reservations team at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +33 (0) 4 94 97 04 37