The exceptionality and audacity of being different
Time seems to have stopped in these magical places
Riviera Villages comprises three open-air hotels, with varied and sophisticated atmospheres and architecture: Kon Tiki, Les Prairies de la Mer and La Toison d’Or. Each of these villages is a universe unto itself with names that evoke an exotic experience to be discovered with family or friends.
Whatever your desire, you will find something for you! Each village has its own atmosphere, but they all enjoy an ideal location, with direct access to the Mediterranean, in the heart of the famous Gulf of Saint-Tropez. The well-designed, fully-equipped accommodations and a wide range of services and activities also make these places unique. Exceptional establishments that celebrate easy living on the French Riviera, with your feet in the sand, your mind on the sea...
Riviera Villages atmosphere
Three villages, three univers, the same easy living!
Ideally located in the famous Gulf of Saint-Tropez, Riviera Villages offers unique experiences at 3 exceptional outdoor hotels. Halfway between a campsite and a classic hotel, our establishments offer all the services of luxury amenities.
Prairies de la Mer
shared experiences in elegant lodges
A few steps away from Venice in Provence, Port Grimaud, Les Prairies de la Mer is a place where anything is possible. Our accommodations with refined decor in the heart of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez include direct access to the beach.
The secret paradise with heavenly huts
A secret paradise, the Kon Tiki holiday village welcomes you to an exceptional setting in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, a dream location between a city with timeless charm and a legendary bay of fine sand.
A refuge in the enchanting kasaï
Just a stone's throw from the legendary white sand beach of Pampelonne, one of the most beautiful and famous in the world, it is a preserved oasis amidst the jewels that dot the coastline. These include the Cap Camarat lighthouse, the easternmost protected area on the peninsula, which keeps an eye out to sea...