Hotel Saint-Vincent in Ramatuelle, between the Pampelonne beaches and Saint-Tropez city centre
How to find us ?
Our establishment is located in Ramatuelle, at only 2 km from the Saint-Tropez city centre and only a few hundred metres from the beaches.
The setting is calm, in the heart of the vineyards, a few minutes’ walk from the Pampelonne beaches: the ideal place for relaxing and also discovering the legendary city of Saint-Tropez.
From the Saint-Tropez city centre:
- Head in direction of Tahiti beach
- Continue on Route Belle Isnarde
- Follow Route de Tahiti
- Hotel Saint-Vincent is located on the right
- TGVs (high-speed trains), from Paris-Gare-de-Lyon, Nice, Metz, Geneva, Lille and Brussels;
- PACA regional express trains (TER), to and from Marseille Saint-Charles, Ventimille, Toulon and Nice-Ville;
- Intercity trains, between Paris-Austerlitz, Bordeaux Saint-Jean and Nice-Ville.
The La Môle-Saint-Tropez Airport is located at 20 km from Hotel Saint-Vincent. Connections are ensured between Geneva, Le Bourget and Sion.
The Toulon-Hyères Airport is at 55 km from our establishment. It hosts direct flights from Paris, Brest, Brussels and Charleroi and also seasonal lines from Corsica.
Distances between Hotel Saint-Vincent and:
|Saint-Tropez||2 km||Sainte-Maxime||116 km|
|Le Lavandou||40 km||Monaco||120 km|
|Fréjus||40 km||Marseille||130 km|
|Hyères||50 km||Lyon||430 km|
|Toulon||70 km||Bordeaux||760 km|
|Bandol||85 km||Paris||890 km|
Saint-Tropez, history and legend
Located on a peninsula, the town is one of the most renowned seaside resorts in the Mediterranean: full of history, it gives pride of place to art and will seduce you thanks to the picturesque landscapes of the Provence region. Since the 1950s, It has established itself as a popular place for artists and the jet set with the most animated night life.
Besides being a well-liked place for festivities in the summer, Saint-Tropez is a village of the Provence region which is proud of its ancient history and traditions.. A former port of anchorage during the Hellenistic period, it was a small republic during the Middle Ages, with its own fleet and army. Over the centuries, it resisted many invasions. Today, it still celebrates its victories during the Bravades. The city celebrates for three days: processions in traditional costumes, masses, gun salutes to commemorate the sailors, privateers and Tropezians, who defended their city over the centuries. Saint-Tropez will celebrate its 428th bravade in May 2017!
The Saint-Tropez city centre will immerse you in a picturesque ambiance, between charm and cultural discoveries. Stroll through the narrow Provençal streets, taste the delights of the terroir at the typical market in the heart of the village, treat yourself to a drink on the legendary port… The Saint-Tropez Citadel, classified as a historical monument, will delight history lovers: this building which dates back to the 17th century includes the maritime history museum of Saint-Tropez. Also don’t miss out on a visit to Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption Church of Saint-Tropez, one of the emblems of the city, thanks to its original ochre and earth colours. This Baroque building, built in the sixteenth century is classified as a historical monument.
Starting in the 20th century, Saint-Tropez became a seaside resort appreciated by artists painters and writers, thanks to its landscapes and its superb light, its attractive climate and its provençal atmosphere. In the 1950s, it was the place of shooting for the film which marked the history of cinema, Et Dieu créa… la femme, and then became a key place of the French Riviera. It was the scene for the New Wave and then popular cinema made the city famous. In the 1960s, emblematic artists from the Yéyé period were seduced by this city, which has ever since been a place where the jet set likes to come and enjoy its festive atmosphere and the beauty of the Provence region.
A stay at the Hotel Saint-Vincent will allow you to discover the different facets of Saint-Tropez and plunge into a way of life, between picturesque charm and exciting activities, thanks to the ideal location of our 3-star establishment, two kilometres from the city centre and a few hundred meters from the beaches.
Ramatuelle, the sweetness of the French Riviera
Let yourself be charmed by the village of Ramatuelle, which overlooks the agricultural and wine-growing plain and offers a breathtaking view of Pampelonne Bay. Narrow and picturesque streets, little squares, ochre facades and typical provençal markets: treat yourself to moments of relaxation and tranquillity during pleasant walks, either for two or with your family, for a guaranteed change of scenery!
All year long, Ramatuelle hosts renowned cultural festivals that will delight fans:
A unique countryside, between sea, vines and hills
Go discover the superb beaches at only a few hundred metres from Hotel Saint-Vincent: Tahiti Beach and Pampelonne Beach, among the most famous beaches in the world, are visited by many international celebrities. You can also recharge your batteries on more discreet beaches and coves, but which are just as beautiful, for a change of scene and moments of serenity, in unique Mediterranean landscapes: Escalet Beach, Canadel Creeks or Douane Beach…
Located in the heart of the vineyards, HotelSaint-Vincent will allow you to discover the surrounding countryside and landscapes that blend vineyards, deep blue sea and wooded hills. You will love the typical landscapes of the French Riviera, during a friendly and scene-changing trip.
Those who like hiking and mountain biking will have a lot to do during their stay in Ramatuelle. The Coastal Trail (15 km), goes from Saint-Tropez to Cavalaire and will allow you to admire the natural beauty, between lush vegetation and the Mediterranean Sea.
There are many water sports : sailing, jet skiing, paddling, kayak… You can also go diving, between Saint-Tropez and Cavalaire, thanks to clubs that give visitors the opportunity to discover the seabed, whether you are a beginner or an experienced diver.