Through out my stay in #StTropez I discovered the best places to eat and see, so I decided to share with you my tips and tricks:
Every Tuesday and Saturday there is the “Marché de Sain-Tropez” from 8am to 1pm on “Place de Lices”.
It was an amazing place to buy and haggle boho chic items from beach dresses to jewellery to beach bags.The prices are usually reasoanblly priced, but if not it’s a great way to practice your haggling skills 😉
2. Dior des Lices : 3 Rue François Sibilli, 83990 Saint-Tropez
When I first went to #StTropez it was a weird concept to me that a Haute Couture shop was inside a villa! But… it is the best idea any has ever come up with.
The Dior House newly has a I summer pop-up restaurant which beats them all! 3-star Michelin chef Yannick Alléno has created a beautiful restaurant in the gardens of La Maison Dior and view on the stunning flagship store. The design is a blend of 18th Century white architectural elements from terracotta floors to marble hearths and oversized windows facing the garden dining space designed by Peter Wirtz.
I would highly recommend doing some window shopping (or buying ;)) and then sipping on cool lemonade before making your way to the best ice cream in town!
3. La Maison Barbarac : 2 Rue Général Allard, 83990 Saint-Tropez
This is hands down the best ice cream you will find in #StTropez possibly the world (if I may say so)!
It’s a modern boutique founded in 1986 by Harry Teneketzian, serving bio sorbets and milk ice creams all “fait maison” the night before, so that they can be freshly served a few hours later.
The ice cream flavours range from your classic Vanilla and Stracitella to a twist of Chocolate with écorces of orange and Grand Marnier to Macaron, Bubble-gum, Mille Feuilles or Tarte Citron.
Whilst the sorbet’s stick with flavours a little more usual, all though it is possible to eat Chocolate Sorbet… yes CHOCOLATE SORBET!!
If cold deserts are not your thing, don’t worry there is a delicious pastry shop round the corner 😉
4. La Tarte Tropézienne : Traverse des Lices, 83990 Saint-Tropez
As I said before, if your not a fan of cold desserts, or you’re really craving something to satisfy your sweet tooth, this is the thing for you!
Founded in 1955 by Alexandre Micka “La Tarte Tropézienne” became a cliché for shopping in the town and swimming in the sea. It’s a brioche à la crème inspired by his grandmother’s recipe which has forever remained a family secret.
But all you really need to know is that it is essentially a brioche spilt into two and filled with sweet cream and tastes like heaven!
They serve other delicious treats such as tartte aux pommel, tarte aux fraise and your classic eclairs. But if I’m being honest… we only good for the famous “Tarte Tropézienne” 🙂
5. L’Espadrille Tropezienne : 15 Rue des Commerçants 8390 Saint-Tropez
Sticking to the theme of “Tropézienne” this is a must go place if your looking to buy some trendy foot apparel. Not only do they make beautiful espadrilles with a cheeky pop of a red sole 😉 you can also go onto their website and customise your own pair.
They make espadrilles covered in graffiti to espadrilles with snake skin and a platform heel or a quilt design.
The shop only exists in #StTropez and Paris, so be sure to check out the website.
Definitely a must go if you’re an avid shoe collector like me!
6. La Maison Chanel : 1 Avenue Général Leclerc, 83990 Saint-Tropez
Hands down my favourite place to be in #StTropez, it feels like being in your own house… except the pool house contains endless rows of Chanel shoes and the hallway is covered in mirrors and the latest Chanel sunglasses.
If I could live any where in the world I am not ashamed to say it would be in the Chanel House. Honestly its STUNNING!!
Here are some of my #ootd :
Outfit Details :
Top –Lindex (SOLD OUT)
Skirt – Topshop (old season)
Shoes – Chanel (SOLD OUT)
Sunglasses – Rayban
If your ever in #StTropez, don’t forget to pop by these places, they are unmissable!
But… if you can’t feel free to check out the links above.
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