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St. Tropez is well known for its fine dining and restaurant culture. Spend a delightful afternoon roaming the charming streets. The Place des Lices in the heart of St Tropez is charming. As sunlight filters through the canopy of century-old plane trees, locals, tourists and even international celebrities enjoy the relaxing pace of St Tropez life. Whether it's watching the world go by from a pavement cafe or playing a leisurely game of boules, this is a sublime place to be. Lices means 'jousting ground' which is about as far away as you can get from life in the square today. This is the perfect place to just sit, back, relax and enjoy life.
Hilltop Villages. Villages like Flayosc, Cotignac, Aups and Tourtour, are all interesting hilltop villages with a wonderful atmosphere, plenty of restaurants and wine tasting opportunities!
GASSIN. Hailed as one of the most beautiful villages in France, it is well worth looking around outside of the polo fields. Perched high up on a rock, Gassin is full of winding streets and ancient houses, providing you with the most glorious panoramic views - a stretch of iconic coastline, dramatic Maures mountains and even the snowy peaks of the Alps. This is the perfect place to escape the beach and crowds of St Tropez.
Saint-Maxime. This gorgeous little village looking out over the Maures Mountains and bay of St Tropez boasts stunning views, and every opportunity should be taken to enjoy them. With warm weather for most of the year, including the time of the harvest festival, it's a much-loved spot, and over the years has inspired many artists, poets and writers. With a fantastic sandy beach and an aqua park nearby, this is a village from which the whole family can enjoy St Tropez...