Hotel near the citadel and Saint-Tropez’s port, by the La Ponche beach
Location in Saint-Tropez
Opened onto the sea as a sea shell, the La Ponche square is the soul of Saint-Tropez’s old village. Discovered by Guy de Maupassant, adopted by artist Paul Signac at the end of the 19th century, this district of Saint-Tropez and the small La Ponche bistrot became the favourite place of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés clique during the fifties.
Today, this true family institution has retained its fine life style where the feeling of well-being is much sought after by those who love Saint-Tropez. Nestled by the seaside, La Ponche and its magic view is a source of true happiness.