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Find your apartment rental in Saint Tropez village!

On the abandoned beach, shells and crustaceans ... Before thinking about the end of summer as Brigitte Bardot was smoothly humming, enjoy the pleasures that can afford you an apartment rental in the heart of the sparkling city of Saint-Tropez. Find your apartment rental in Saint Tropez village for a holiday

Our apartment rentals in Saint Tropez village

Here are our holiday apartment and flat offers in Saint-Tropez, Var. We select each holiday apartment proposed in order to offer you real estate in line with our quality charter. My home in Saint Tropez offers you also to stay in a condominium with a swimming pool or apartments on Saint Tropez harbor.

Rent an apartment in Saint Tropez village for a holiday

The beaches of Saint-Tropez are in a powerful position on the prize list of the most beautiful French seaside. And for good reason ... The forty kilometers of coastline of the peninsula, preserved from the influence of the cast-iron by the policy of the Conservatory of the littoral, present very diversified landscapes. They are divided between the rocky and wild peaks of Cap Camarat, Taillat and Lardier, and the long ribbons of fine sand of the cove of Pampelonne and the bay of Cavalaire. You have the freedom to choose to bathe on sandy beaches such as Gigaro, Briande and l'Escalet. A multitude of small sinuous coves that the married path can also be a more intimate and wild option. Bathing then becomes a privilege, in a nature preserved like a miracle. Add to the pleasure of swimming the one of hiking in a flourishing nature, rich of an amazing flora combined with the power of the seascapes. The most motivated will leave Saint-Tropez to go to the beach of Tahiti (allow three hours of walking including the invigorating breaks in the belvederes that mark the trail). On the way you will see the noble lighthouse of Camarat. It dominates the whole Pampelonne cove, the whole peninsula and the gulf of Saint-Tropez. It is about 130 meters high and is one of the highest in France in relation to sea level and its luminous range extends to 60 kilometers. Putting into service in 1831, it was electrified after the Second World War. If you continue your hike, the landscape will be transformed by a vast forest domain and a vertiginous suite of steep cliffs. You will then see your ultimate goal, the other side of the coast: Cape Lardier. As you have understood, all the pleasure of discovering these sites lies in the recurrence of these hikes. On average, the stroll that allows to assemble one cap to another represents two hours of walking. The rhythm of  holiday obliges! We recommend you to really take your time and stop along the way for a little comforting swim! Renting a house more like a holiday in Saint-Tropez? My Home In has booked the most beautiful of you.