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Eating Spoon at Byblos, St. Tropez

The Hôtel Byblos has two restaurants, but this is the one everyone in town flocks to (the other is B Bar & Lounge, which serves soups, salads, burgers, and... more

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Eating Les Moulins de Ramatuelle, St. Tropez

Ambitious, media-savvy chef Christophe Leroy is St. Tropez's culinary mascot, and he knows his clientele right down to their artfully painted toenails. Leroy's... more

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Eating Leï Mouscardins, St. Tropez

Michelin recently and mysteriously snatched away one of Leï Mouscardins's two stars—and the locals aren't pleased. Granted, the too-too fabulous... more

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Eating Le Girelier, St. Tropez

A happy exception to the rule that all of St. Trop's portside restaurants exist to feed tourists badly, Le Girelier is big with the yachting crowd and ideal for... more

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Eating Le Banh-Hoï, St. Tropez

Tucked away behind Hôtel La Ponche and the Place de l'Ormeau, this small Vietnamese/Thai restaurant is the ideal break from all that Provençal... more

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Eating L'Escale Joseph, St. Tropez

The shrewd owners of this very popular seafood joint, opened in 2005, know visitors dream of the innocent days when Brigitte Bardot wandered about town in bare... more

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Eating Ferme Ladouceur, St. Tropez

This is what makes the village of Ramatuelle magical: dining under the ancient olive and pine trees in the yard of an old farmhouse surrounded by vineyards. The... more

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Nightlife Octave Café, St. Tropez

It's hard to chat up your new attractive friend at the club with the whomping bass. ("What's your name again? Pardon? Oh, forget it.") The Octave Café is... more

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Nightlife Café Le Senequier, St. Tropez

This café overlooking the port is a major hub for many locals. Customers might come by three times in a day—in the morning for a coffee with the... more

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Shop Stranos, St. Tropez

Your beach towel is almost as important an accessory as your bathing suit (and that broken-in Rondini sandal!). So leave the ratty terry cloth at home and shop... more

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Shop Tarte Tropezienne, St. Tropez

St. Tropez has its very own dessert, the namesake pastry of this friendly bakery. The tarte Tropezienne is an airy and addictive brioche filled with pastry... more

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Shop Rondini, St. Tropez

If there's any single accessory that's indelibly associated with St. Trop (besides breast implants), it's the gladiator-style sandals that have been handmade by... more

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Shop Place des Lices Market, St. Tropez

Every Tuesday and Saturday, this lively, fragrance-filled open-air market gets crowded with locals and visitors alike. Held under the trees in the Place des... more

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See + Do Maison des Papillons, St. Tropez

With so many rare and beautiful creatures flapping their wings around town, there's some poetic justice in the fact that St. Tropez has one of the best... more

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See + Do Boating, St. Tropez

It seems a shame to be entirely shore-bound on your trip. For full access to the coastline and to taste the salt spray on your lips, rent a boat from Suncap,... more

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See + Do Beaches, St. Tropez

There are a few beaches on the Baie de St. Tropez, east of town, but most are along the beautiful Baie de Pampelonne, three miles southwest of town (technically... more

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