Saint Tropez on a plate

Posted: 15 July, 2012 in Best holiday advice, Luxury, Miss T loves...
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Miss T Loves…

… Saint Tropez at Cote d’azur, France. This is the young, rich and beautiful, above all rich, hot spot on the riviera. You can’t go budget here but if you like to hold the wallet in the pocket and still visit this still genuine and lovely village with narrow cobblestoned lanes and allees take the blue boat over day from nearby Saint Raphael (24 euro).
Eat in the port if you like to look at the biggest yachts you have ever seen and people’s popping eyes. Here you can buy a crêpe and soda for 10 euro. More hungry try the old town nesting above and around the citadell. There is a lot of nice small restaurant in every price range. We paid only 14 euro for a plate of homemade pasta and salmon.
In the new part of town you find nice shopping, Fendi, Chanel, Dolce & Gabanna and many more. Around the big square you find both regular restaurants and kebab and sandwich corners. L’Aubergine was recommended by both our limo driver and the nice girlfriend in the Manoush boutique.
If you have an hour or two over for resting your feet and cooling of head to the little rough city beach, walking distance 5 minutes from the port. If you rather skip the shopping or take the last boat back at 8 pm you have time to visit the legendary Pampalona with public beach’s and private beach clubs. Club 55 is the oldest but hard to get into. Nikki beach the famous, or infamous some would say, try entering early to watch the beautys dance with the beasts at this human cirkus. I go for coffee and coke in the bar if you do not like to splash cash. Here you really can throw away money on shaking your bouty in the same rythm as the champagne bottle, seen it happen several times. Coco beach is for young people, our middle aged hotel receptionist tell adressing me as young? Snack will take you threw the day for a ten’er.

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