Since the late 19th century, the rich and famous have always favoured Saint Tropez in France as a luxury destination. This beautiful headland sets itself apart with its superb restaurants, private beach clubs, olive groves, luxury yachts and delightfully quaint cobblestone old-town aesthetic.
Travelling to and from Saint Tropez via private jet charter lets you easily access the town and enjoy all of its great attractions. After landing in Saint Tropez La Mole, take a walk and visit some Michelin-starred restaurants and other A-list places you can find here in our guide.
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Visit the Musée de la Gendarmerie nationale
This sunny enclave by the sea has been a favourite for film directors and actors. Saint Tropez was the location of Iconic films such as And God Created Woman (1956) and Le Gendarme de Saint-Tropez (1964). The Musée de la Gendarmerie nationale, with its temporary exhibition hall and eight rooms, reflects the role that Saint Tropez played in French Cinema.
Sunbathe on Pampelonne Beach
The nearby Ramatuelle beach is the most famous beach within the vicinity of Saint Tropez. Ensconced by scrub-stubbed dunes and the glistening Mediterranean, this 5km stretch of sandy white beach has many spots for you to sunbathe, swim or just watch other beachgoers, some of whom may be world-renowned celebrities.
Visit the Château Barbeyrolles Vineyard Winery
First made by the Sumeire family in a Gassin village vineyard in 1982, Château Barbeyrolles is among the town’s best wines. The winery started by making pale rosé wine and now makes white and red wine. Visit the Château Barbeyrolles Vineyard Winery and sample the award-winning wines as you learn the process of making them.
Stroll on the Sentier du Littoral
After you've had enough local rosé wine and buttery tarte tropézienne, take a stroll along the coastal path. Step outside La Ponche and take the windy, rocky path around the peninsula as you pass the lush villas, vast beaches, and sequestered coves. Remember to pack a picnic lunch and wear rugged shoes.
Where Should You Stay in Saint Tropez?
Located on the peninsula’s port side, Hôtel Pastis features a private garden, pool and secluded beach. This boutique hotel has ten uniquely furnished bedrooms, each with artwork from the owner’s personal collection lining the walls. It has exceptional services, including serving children’s meals in the evening to let parents go out.
This five-star hotel offers cocoons or bungalows, each featuring an outdoor shower. Some even have a plunge pool. The hotel has two villas, each with its own swimming pool. Other amenities at Hôtel Sezz include a Dom Perignon bar, Colette restaurant, heated outdoor pool, Jacuzzi, spa, steam room and more.
Best restaurants in Saint Tropez
Table du Marché
Downstairs, La Table du Marché is a gourmet bakery that features a tearoom and terrace. Upstairs, it’s a modern bistro. Celebrity chef Christophe Leroy owns this venue, which is a short walk away from the old port. It serves delicious gourmet bites, patisseries and pastries all day.
Hôtel de La Ponche
At La Ponche, expect a remarkable gourmet experience. As you dine, take pleasure in the view, which owner Simone Duckstein has preserved since pre-WWII. Francois Sagan, the author of Bonjour Tristesse, was famously photographed here, and Pablo Picasso is said to have sat on the La Ponche terrace for hours sipping anisette.
L’Auberge des Maures
This renowned restaurant Auberge in Saint Tropez is a favourite among visitors and locals alike. It’s the town’s oldest restaurant. This beautiful old Provençal house serves gourmet dishes, which you can savour on its fantastic terrace. Greta Garbo, David Nixen, Brigitte Bardot and Charlie Chaplin were among its regular visitors.
La Vague d’Or, La Terrace, La Résidence de la Pinède
Spoil yourself a little with gastronomy in La Résidence de la Pinède, a three-star Michelin restaurant owned by France’s 2013 Chef of the Year Arnaud Donckele. The restaurant serves elegant, world-class French cuisine. Indulge in extravagant sandwiches at La Terrace and main courses at La Vague d’Or.
Land in and Take Off From Saint Tropez With LunaJets
Many rich and famous visitors to Saint Tropez prefer to jet in and out of the exotic destination at their convenience. Rent a private jet to Saint Tropez whether you’re going on a group trip or as a couple and access all the benefits of luxury travel.
Frequently Asked Questions
How far is Saint Tropez Airport from the city centre?
The La Mole Airport is 54 km from Saint Tropez.
Is the Saint Tropez Airport available for private jet flights?
Yes, you can find a private jet terminal at this airport.
How many airports are there in St. Tropez?
Saint Tropez has just one airport, known as La Môle - Saint-Tropez Airport (IATA: LTT, ICAO: LFTZ).
Is there any empty-leg flight available from or to La Mole Airport in St Tropez?
In the peak month, you may have a great chance of getting an empty leg from and to La Molee, however, you have to get in touch with our private aviation advisors for further information.