Having become an international tourist capital over the last fifty years, this town, with its pretty alleys, stands out particularly for its festivals and its lively night-life.
Sights : the village, its picturesque narrow streets and Provençal squares, the harbour, 16th-century citadel and Naval Museum; famous sandy beaches (Pampelonne, Tahiti...) and splendid pine groves along the peninsula of Saint-Tropez that can be explored along several ‘Conservatoire du Littoral’ coastal trails.
The “Musée de l’Annonciade”, the “Musée des Papillons”, the “Musée de l'histoire maritime tropézienne”, the Fish Market every day, the Provençal Market on Tuesdays and Saturdays on the Place des Lices, and the Coastal Path. Nearby, the hilltop villages (Gassin, Ramatuelle, Grimaud), the famous beaches of Pampelonne, Port Grimaud, and the wineries of the Saint-Tropez Peninsula.
The completely new Museum of Gendarmerie and Cinema whose famous façade is internationally famous thanks to the cult Gendarmes series featuring Louis de Funès.