In my recent travels, I was lucky enough to visit The South of France. If you are ever in that area here are a few must-see things to do and see while you’re in town.
For me, St. Tropez is definitely the most vibrant and fun holiday spot in The South of France. It has everything you want from bars, clubs and restaurants. The Saturday local markets are at the top of my list, especially because of all the amazing local produce. Also the designer shopping is second to none, there are all labels in St Tropez, from Givenchy to Celine. Make sure you stop at the Dior café while you’re strolling along and have a coffee in the garden.
Club 55 restaurant is a must for lunch. If you are looking for something quiet it’s not the pace to go. Above all it’s the atmosphere and people watching that has made it such a hot spot.
Nikki Beach, beach bar – get ready to dance the afternoon away but be prepared for champagne showers!
La Villa Romana restaurant- if you are with a group of friends and are looking for fun, La Villa Romana is a great way to start your night. But get prepared for a costume change, as the waiters will soon have you dancing on tables and put you in fancy dress.
Nightclub: Byblos. If you are in St Tropez you can’t not go to Byblos, it’s a European nightclub – at it’s best.
Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc – is such a stunning hotel. Even if it’s just for a drink, it’s a must.
It’s a beautiful place; I could spend all day walking around admiring all the architecture.
Casino Royale, Monte-Carlo – you can’t visit Monaco without checking it out so make sure you have a cocktail at Jimmy’s.
Sass Cafe – it could be my best night out in the south of France. It’s a local haunt and is only small but you will be dancing on tables within no time and singing along to all your favourite dance hits to a live band.