STYLISH CITY: ST TROPEZ
By Hayley Leaver, 14 July 2019
Let’s face it, you don’t head to St Tropez for its museums. If there was a title for the beach club capital of the world, it’d be a strong contender. While you can still find several public beaches that are worth a visit and free – locals are especially fond of Plage des Graniers – St Tropez’s world-famous rep largely comes from the daybeds and free-flowing rosé that you’ll find along Pampelonne.
Launched in the summer of 2002, Nikki Beach Saint-Tropez is still very much the OG – there’s a reason the brand’s turning 20 this year. Here, every day’s a pool party, legendary all-white and red dress codes are strictly adhered to, and there’s a regular line-up of colourful cocktails and guest DJs including the likes of Lost Frequencies. For a more laid-back vibe and even more famous faces per square metre, get your moules frites just along the beach at Club 55.