Living the French Riviera


Natural coves, trendy or white sand beaches, the Riviera is endowed with the nicest secret little places.


This is a superb fine sand beach with turquoise water that gets its name from the recently restored customs officers' home located at the end of the Taillat peninsula. A magnificent, calm and natural panorama characterizes this place preserved by the coastal area conservatory.

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Les Salins

Sheltered from the mistral winds, this white sand beach is located just a few steps away from the village of Saint Tropez, at the end of the route des Salins. This place is appreciated for its authentic and natural surroundings with pine trees all around, and it is ideal for those who are looking for a little peace and quiet.

Les Canebiers

This is a sandy beach for those who like tranquillity in contrast to the craziness of Pampelonne. It is in a natural preserved environment and is a haven of peace bordered with pine trees and reeds. You'll appreciate the view of the celebrities' villas, the Cap Saint-Pierre, and the Château de la Moutte to the right of the beach.

Pampelonne - Ramatuelle Bay

On an unwinding cove, with all the charm and glamour of its 4.5 km of fine sand, today Pampelonne is one of the most famous beaches on the planet. With private beaches, restaurants, and water sports, everyone comes here to work on their tans and take advantage of their holidays.

Pampelonne Beach