Tranquil Var Coast
The Var’s coast is more preserved and sedate than other Cote d’Azur areas; its treasures are painstakingly cared for and monitored. Take in La Ciotat in the West, travelling east via the island of Porquerolles, Le Lavandou, and the well known resorts of St Tropez, Ste Maxime to St Raphael in the East.
Long, sandy beaches with small, wild inlets: a thousand little heavens are yours.
If you are looking to live like the French live in a Provencal village, discover the picturesque village’s houses or apartments in the small villages and ports on the seaside, if you prefer to live hidden in the heart of a Mediterranean garden with palm trees and mimosas, there are still nice houses with absolute privacy in residential areas.
Check out some of the more popular towns and villages (as per Cote d’Azur):
International St Tropez
The International tourist area of St. Tropez is worldwide known.
Here you will discover:
Famous beaches such as : Bouillabaisse Beach, Caneliers Beach, Salins Beach; there are at least 40 beaches on the peninsula.
The Place des Lices, populated by the Stars who meet there and to play “boules” under the plane trees.
Splendid residential areas with luxurious villas and apartments.
The port is full of huge yachts and splendid sailing boats, famous restaurants such as Le Gorille and Sénéquier.
Brigitte Bardot has lived in Saint Tropez since the 60’s, and with her arrival, Saint Tropez became a mythical place for the international Jet Set! If you want to get away from the crowd and you can stroll in the charming streets of the old village. Or it is better to visit Saint Tropez in spring or autumn when life is quieter!