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Heritages and Museums– Discover the most visited museums in the world, comes with pictures, and will give you plenty of ideas for top museums to see on your own travels.


House of Butterflies Museum

House of Butterflies Museum– This museum was created by Dany Lartigue, son of the famous photographer Jacques-Henri Lartigue, and grandson of André Messager, member of the French Academy, manager of the Paris Opera and close friend of Fauré and Debussy.

The Annonciade museum

The Annonciade museum– The Annonciade museum was created in 1922 and brings forward impressive art work dating from 1890 to 1950, including some of the greatest French masterminds such as Matisse, Derain and Marquet. Located inside a 16th-century chapel, …

The Museum of Maritime History

The Museum of Maritime History– Recently renovated, this modern museum is located in the dungeon of the village’s Citadel, allowing visitors to discover the true identity of Saint-Tropez as a maritime city through its last 500 years of history. The museum of maritime history is an invitation to discover famous Saint-Tropez heroes…


The Gendarmerie and Cinema Museum– The Gendarmerie and Cinema Museum invites you to discover the history of its building. Before becoming a symbolic place thanks to the movies about French Police Force (with Louis de Funès), this building welcomed the real Police Force from 1879 to 2003. You carry on the visit with an explanation of …

Saint-Michel in Grimaud

Saint-Michel in Grimaud– you must first visit Saint-Michel in Grimaud, the oldest parish church in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. This little masterpiece from the second Provencal Roman era dates back to the late 12th and early 13th century. It was built of granite from local quarries, giving it a beautiful colour which changes with the light.

Notre Dame de l'Assomption Church

Notre Dame de l’Assomption Church– This Italian baroque-style church topped by a bell tower was built in 1784. It is one of the most recognisable sights in Saint-Tropez, with its bright ochre and earthy sienna coloured bell tower. This building replaced an older 16th-century church which became unstable when the current chapel was erected.

The Vieux Port

The Vieux Port– The atmospheric Vieux Port is the heart of Saint-Tropez, where the old fishing village first sprung to life. Visitors are charmed by the idyllic scene of small fishing boats and fashionable yachts docked in the harbor, which is lined by pastel-colored Mediterranean houses and lively cafés with outdoor terraces.