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One of the most glamorous resorts on the French Riviera, St Tropez has been attracting the great and the good for decades. Known for its beautiful beaches, A-list visitors and excellent restaurants, St Tropez is the ultimate destination for a luxurious week away.
Like all resorts in the Mediterranean, July and August are the busiest months in St Tropez. Offering almost guaranteed sunshine, the summer season allows you to experience St Tropez at its most vibrant.
As flights to St Tropez are generally more expensive during the peak season, it may be easier to find cheap deals if you travel in the spring or autumn months. April to June and September to early November are a lot quieter and cheap flights to St Tropez should be easier to find.
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Toulon-HyèresAirport is around 50 minutes from St Tropez. However, as this small hub only offers a limited selection of seasonal services, most visitors to the resort fly to nearby Nice Côte d'Azur Airport. Located around one hour and 45 minutes from St Tropez, the airport offers a good choice of direct services to destinations around Europe.
A number of airlines link St Tropez with the UK, these include:
St Tropez’s old town is small enough to navigate on foot. However, if you want to travel to the beaches that made the resort famous, you’ll need to rent a car, hire a taxi or jump on a bus.
If you can drag yourself away from the expansive beaches, spend a day walking around the old harbour, or Vieux Port. Once the heart of the sleepy fishing village, the port is still full of colourful boats bobbing in the water. Grab a drink at one of the nearby cafes and enjoy a bit of people watching from your pavement perch.
British passport holders don’t need a visa to travel to St Tropez. The resort is one hour ahead of the UK.