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Saint Tropez is a Destination for Real Pleasure

Azure Coast often known as the French Riviera is the Mediterranean coast of southeast France. There is no official boundary, but it is usually considered that extends from the Italian border in the east to Saint Tropez, Hier, Toulon and Cassis in the west. It is one of the most famous resorts in the world. The French Riviera has become a beacon of celebrity in the early 20th century, and especially was attended by high class of England.

Uniting all contrasts you will realize that Saint Tropez is irresistibly attractive destination and a true symbol of the art of living. Those who love southern France have always been amazed by the beauty of Saint Tropez. At this place you can feel the atmosphere of joy and life under the splendor of sun.

Image by steve lorillere via Flickr

Image by steve lorillere via Flickr

Image by steve lorillere via Flickr

There is located the beautiful Saint Tropez, a small place with about 5500 inhabitants. Today, this is the most popular and elite destination which attracts more than 5 million visitors a year. Saint Tropez has a mixed history. First, in the 15th century it has been a military shelter. In the 20th century that place have been a sleepy fishing town and the first capital of the coast which has been released during the Second World War. After the war it became internationally known seaside resort, famous mainly for actors and the development of music. Later, Saint Tropez became a resort of rich American people and a huge number of tourists who wanted to see that authenticity.

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Image by Philippe STANUS via Flickr

Saint Tropez separates from other cities with its charm. Always sparkling, sunny and azure, this place is composed of long, golden beaches, museums, art galleries, wooden buildings, parks, hotels and nightclubs. Wherever you go, you will be surrounded by glamor, dazzling shop windows and expensive cars. But, if you enter a little deeper in the narrow stone streets, you will find a completely different place which authentic keeps the old Mediterranean spirit and tradition.

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