The famous golden beaches of St. Tropez are on both sides outside the city, the largest is the Plage de Pampelonne, about two miles outside. It belongs to the municipality of Ramatuelle. Most beaches are in possession of several "beach club", although they are usually anything but clubs, but the city council concessions for bars, restaurants, sun umbrellas receive, lying and sometimes shops, hairdressers and boats with which they to customers of its yachts pick up the moorings, have leased.
Most are so cliquish and exclusive as clubs, and in the various institutions run different walks of life. The beach life usually begins in late morning, continues with a light lunch in the restaurant and culminates in the fact that it remains lie from lunch until late afternoon on the beach
The concessionaires at the long golden Plage de Pampelonne are (from north to south): Tropezina; Tabou plague, Tahiti Plage, a large, old plant, which is popular with people from show business and belongs to a hotel and several shops, Bora Bora and the very elegant Moorea; La Voile Rouge, a meeting point of topless nymphs; the Sun with 77 teenage hysteria, Force 7 and Le Club du Planteur, both quiet, and the nude club Le Blouch, Club 55, the oldest (1955 Colmont founded the family) and most classic of all; Nioulargo with traditional and Indo-Chinese restaurant, La Plage des jumeaux, known for the Provencal cuisine, the trendy L'Epi-Plage, La Cabane Bambou, Tropicana, another favorite spot for people from show business with good local cuisine, and La Bastide Blanche, accessible only by boat and therefore very quiet and very exclusive course ist.Vor the Plage de Pampelonne are dozens of large yachts and small boats at anchor, the latter being used for go to lunch at a fine restaurant, for example, the Mas du Langoustier on the Ile de Porquerolles.
Saint Tropez and its famous beaches, its Provencal farmer's market, its restaurants, clubs, bars, nightclubs, boutiques and shops, its beautiful museum, its butterfly museum, its many races and events at the harbor ...