Top reasons why you should book a luxury rental in Saint-Tropez
When you go for a UnderTheDoormat property, you can rest assured you are renting a top-quality home that will satisfy your needs for your trip. Whether you are looking for a base for a weekend with friends or want a week-long holiday with the family, our comfortable apartments offer privacy and security to the max.
Our specialised team have chosen only the very best apartments to make our list and your stay in Saint-Tropez will be unforgettable.
What makes a luxury property a go-to option
There are many reasons why you should book one of these gorgeous properties. For one thing, you have much more flexibility with this type of accommodation. You will also have plenty of space for your trip with a larger space available than when you stay in a hotel.
With one of these rentals, you can choose from a wide range of amenities. Whether you want an apartment with a concierge or want a building that has a gym and a swimming pool, there is something for everyone on our list. And while hotels have fixed, nightly prices, we often discounted rates for stays making this an appealing option for your next getaway.
The highlights of Saint-Tropez
History/attractions- A lot of people visit the Vieux Port which is located in the centre of Saint-Tropez and take a scenic boat trip. The art museum is a favourite with the building tracing back to 1510 so it’s enriched in history and beautiful art. The beaches are a firm favourite with sunbathers and the world-renowned film festival also takes place here which draws in artists.
Food and drink- The restaurants range from small to large bistros serving traditional French favourites including beef and fish stew. You can find the best restaurants situated here as well as wineries, cafes and bars.
Nightlife - Full of glamour, Saint-Trope has a party atmosphere with yacht parties galore and plenty of clubs and bars open until the early hours. With celebrities visiting often, you are bound to see a few.
Most people get around via bike or foot but there are buses and trains to access other areas of France.