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Saint Tropez

The Hotel Playa is ideally positioned in the town of Saint-Tropez so that you can explore the whole city. Nightclubs, restaurants, party bars, etc. are only a few steps away.

You can easily go to the old town, to discover narrow streets steeped in history, art galleries and the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption. Climb to the top of the Citadel for a superb view of the Gulf and to visit the Maritime History Museum of Saint-Tropez. Go to the Place des Lices and don't miss the market, every Tuesday and Saturday morning.

Nautical activities

From our establishment, go for a pleasant stroll on the port, where traditional fishing boats and luxury yachts rub shoulders. Take a seat on the terrace of a café to enjoy a superb view of the port.

The nearby beaches are numerous and they can be reached in less than 15 minutes on foot. The beaches of Saint-Tropez are known for their fine sand. You can practice water sports or rent a deckchair. The beaches we recommend are: Bouillabaisse beach and Les Graniers. Pampelonne Beach is 6 km from our hotel.


Just 11 kilometers from our hotel, discover the village of Ramatuelle. You will be charmed by the azure blue of the Mediterranean Sea, the sound of cicadas and the hills of centuries-old pines. Pass by the old town, the Cap Camarat lighthouse and Cap Taillat. You will discover breathtaking landscapes.


Simply take a stroll through the village of Gassin, you will discover historic and unmissable spots such as the Notre Dame de l'Assomption Church, the Porte des Sarrazins, the remarkable Hardy-Denonain Botanical Garden, the many beaches, the beautiful hikes and vineyards.


Grimaud is a charming village near Saint-Tropez. It will charm and surprise you with its Medieval Castle and its Fairy Bridge, which was once used to bring water to Grimaud. A beautiful walk in the form of a loop awaits you to discover this vestige. Don't miss the Moulin Saint-Roch either.

Port Grimaud

Discover this charming lakeside town, also nicknamed the “Little Venice of Provence”. Port-Grimaud is only fifty years old, but it will surprise and charm you with its canals, its colors, the Church of Saint-François d'Assise with its stained glass windows by Vasarely and many others. .