Who doesn’t love summer in St. Tropez? There’s nothing like vacationing in the South of France when it comes to relaxation and rest, and beautiful St. Tropez is a balm to the weary soul. However, there’s more to St. Tropez than just sun and sand, so if you’re considering a St. Tropez getaway, you have to make time to visit the St. Tropez beach bars. You can relax with a drink or two during the day, or party at night while listening to the great music that many of the bars have to offer.
It would probably be difficult, in just one visit, to explore all of St. Tropez’s beach bars, since there are several that dot the shoreline on practically any beachfront area that you care to visit. However, you do want to make sure to experience the best St. Tropez beach bars and clubs, so here they are.
When you visit Nikki Beach, you’ll be visiting one of the best St. Tropez beach bars. Guests can enjoy a relaxing drink while lounging on a sun bed and listening to great music. Nikki Beach is open from May through September, and always offers excellent music and a great atmosphere. It’s a great place to hang out with friends.
This is likely the most famous Pampelonne beach club, and if you want to keep an eye out for celebrities, you’ll find them here. Club 55 is much more than just a bar – it’s also an uber-cool restaurant where you can experience haute cuisine in at atmosphere that is simply unparalleled. It’s definitely where the rich and famous go to unwind and be seen.
This venerable beach club is located on a long stretch of sand and dates back to 1946. To say the least, it’s had longevity and has been very popular among locals and visitors for more than 70 years. It’s kept up with the times, though, and is considered to more than hold its own when it comes to the “coolness factor” that St. Tropez beach bars are known for. In addition to bar service, it also offers a gym and tennis courts.
St. Tropez beach bars aren’t necessarily all about adults, and Les Jumeaux is proof of that. This beach club is perfect for families, offering a playground for the little ones to enjoy while their parents kick back and relax with a drink or two. It’s open year-round, and in addition to drinks, offers outstanding Mediterranean cuisine. If you’re traveling with little ones and looking for a place that the whole family can enjoy, Les Jumeaux fits the bill.
Moorea is the ideal beach bar to visit if you’re in search of superb food accompanied by outstanding music. This is another St. Tropez beach bar that’s perfect for celebrity-watching, having hosted the likes of Hugh Grant, Joan Collins and Rod Stewart, to name just a few notables. When you visit, keep a close eye out on the other patrons – you never know who might wander in!
These are just a few of the best St. Tropez beach bars. As you wander the coastline, you’re sure to find others that are also very pleasing. In fact, it’s unlikely that you’d ever be able to explore all the St. Tropez beach bars in just one visit, so you should probably plan to take in a few, and then come back to St. Tropez for another visit and further exploration of the many beach bars.