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French escape: a weekend in Saint-Tropez

Written on : 16 October 2017
Saint-Tropez, capital of luxury

Saint-Tropez, capital of luxury

In spite of only a few thousand inhabitants, the city of Saint-Tropez is a seaside resort in the South of France which is internationally known, in particular thanks to the craze of the Jet Set who appreciate its calm and its Provençal charm.

At the heart of Saint-Tropez are a number of luxury villas, luxury hotels and a host of upscale services to meet the demanding needs of the Jet Set.

Indeed, some celebrities or other well-off people appreciate the comfort and simplicity when renting a luxury car, before going to a prestige hotel or a holiday villa a few minutes later to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.

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Luxury and tourism for a successful holiday

Luxury and tourism for a successful holiday

In addition to the luxury on the outskirts of the city, the famous Var city is also home to various tourist monuments and symbolic places appreciated by holidaymakers in search of authenticity and French history.

Among the places to visit are the citadel of Saint-Tropez, the Guillaume tower, the Portalet tower, the famous Byblos hotel, the port or the museum of underwater archaeology.

Of course, tourists who are fond of stories about celebrities will also be eager to visit La Mandala, Bernard Tapie's villa or La Madrague, Brigitte Bardot's house. That should still give you the desire to rent!

Moreover, whether for a memorable event or pure pleasure, you too can rent a luxury car.

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Var, the first tourist department in France

Var, the first tourist department in France

Like Saint-Tropez, Var benefits from a privileged location, open to the Mediterranean Sea and particularly well served by sea, air and land routes.
Taking advantage of its ideal geographical situation, Var is the first tourist department of France.

So, want to go and enjoy this beautiful region which is the Côte d'Azur?

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