Grown-up beach chic
Established in 1946, Tahiti Beach is the oldest beach club in St Tropez. With an exclusive setting and optimum comfort, it attracts a mostly grown-up contingent, including a long-established clientele of celebrities, who regularly return for an hour-or-so in the sun and a mature dining scene.
Fronting a hotel of the same name at the northern end of Pampelonne Beach, Tahiti Beach is distinguished by its tiki totem poles, oiled teak furnishings and distinct orange-and-white parasols and canvas sun loungers, which spread military fashion across the gorgeous white sand.
Primed to welcome well-heeled travellers, the establishment is one of the few in town with its own helipad and private pier. A tender service collects guests anchored offshore in their superyacht and heads will no doubt turn as they walk the jetty, making the ultimate entrance.
Under the shade of palm and coconut trees, guests can feast on delicious fare considered by locals to be the best on St Tropez’s beach scene. Enjoy long lunches over platters of grilled fish, traditional salads and signature lobster dishes or opt for a freshly baked pizza straight from the oven in the pizzeria.
In between lunch, guests are treated to an in-house modelling show from the beach shop selling linen shirts, sarongs and beach bags. There are also two bars here and an outstanding wine list.
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Under the shade of palm and coconut trees, guests can feast on delicious fare considered by locals to be the best on St Tropez’s beach scene"