Saint-Tropez is a town in the French Riviera. Made famous by Bridget Bardot, it has for long has been a hot destination for the rich and famous. But the town has plenty for everyone.
Cruise ships that visit must anchor or loiter offshore and bring passengers to town by tender.
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Eugene Grishkovets, a russian actor, jumps into water in colourful clothes every summer
The "village" itself is easily walked and enjoyed. The waterfront is crowded with cafes and shops with "elite" offerings. A block or two inland, through narrow streets and alleys, you'll find fewer stores and cafes, quaint and interesting studios, homes and a few historical structures.
The waterfront is packed with stores offering "elite" goods, and cafes for the "in-crowd" (or naive tourists), all at heady prices. A block or two inland, offerings are often equally good, with slightly more modest prices.
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