La Lisiere is located in a calm residential area less than a mile and a half from the famous quayside and the Place des Lices, ideal for quick and easy access into the heart of St Tropez but also well positioned on the edge of town for driving to beaches such as Pampelonne, Tahiti Plage and L’Escalet, and to charming hilltop villages such as Grimaud, La Garde Freinet, Ramatuelle and Bormes les Mimosas.
This elegant villa is ideal for a large group of friends or 2 / 3 families wanting to enjoy the amazing experience of trendy and luxurious holidays.
- Its privileged location allows you to enjoy different type of activities from walking on the beach to go shopping.
- The exquisite design and comfortable living spaces will make you feel a new level of relaxation and privacy.
Kitchen with door to covered terrace.
Open plan dining area.
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- St Tropez centre 1.3 miles, Ramatuelle 6 miles, Grimaud 6.5 miles, La Croix Valmer 7.5 miles, La Garde Freinet 12 miles, Bormes les Mimosas 21 miles.
- Nearest airport Nice 75 miles, Marseilles 94 miles, Aix en Provence TGV 88 miles.
- Golf at Ste Maxime 4.5 miles, tennis in St Tropez.
- Nearest beaches Tahiti Plage 3.5 miles, Pampelonne 5 miles, L'Escalet 7.5 miles.
Activities / What to do there?
St Tropez itself offers upmarket shopping in tasteful boutiques, a choice of excellent restaurants and cafés, the Musée de l'Annonciade with its renowned Post-Impressionist art collection, lively street markets and a quayside full of state-of-the-art yachts. The charming streets of the old town are a delight to wander around, and you are never far from a view of the stunningly blue Mediterranean sea. The fame and popularity enjoyed by St Tropez in recent decades might suggest that it is quite a sizeable town, but in fact many visitors are surprised that it is still essentially a small French fishing port, and this adds considerably to its appeal.
The Var region certainly deserves and repays a little exploration, but if you prefer a sports-based break you will be spoilt for choice here, with sailing, windsurfing, parascending, water-skiing, jetskis, diving, riding, hiking, tennis, golf and go-karting all available locally.