Below is a map showing a bar and a nightclub we recommend in the area.
Les Caves du Roy
Perhaps the most famous nightclub in France, Les Caves du Roy is a Night Club institution that defies age and time. Located within the renowned Hotel Byblos, the club is a sanctuary of modern music that has recently been resurrected with a namesake CD that has circulated the world over.
The club maintains the same look sported since its inception; baroque columns with gold brocade still tower above VIP booths embroidered with the notorious Byblos insignia and oriental touches.
Arriving to the village of Saint Tropez from Place des Lices, White 1921 is a familiar site with its mansion-like appearance that was once a private residence. After incarnations as various boutique hotels, the property was bought by LVMH in 2012 and has operated as an off-the-radar address that even its resident often are unaware is owned by LVMH.
Along a cobblestone walkway, the main bar comes into view along a large terrace in front of the main chateau-style residence. Under a manicured pine tree, an all-white silhouette compliment of French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte features a series of lounge vignettes with double-seat sofas and club chains. The main bar, covered and heated on cooler evenings, features posh champagnes by the bottle poured by a dapper selection of bartenders plucked off a Paris runway.