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A town of southeast France on the Mediterranean coast of the French Riviera. It is a noted seaside resort.


(sɛ̃ trɔˈpeɪ)

a resort town in SE France, on the French Riviera. 4523.
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Address : Za Saint-Claude 36 Avenue Bernard Blua Za Saint-Claude 83990 Saint-Tropez
The crash occurred between the small towns of Cabasse and Carces, in the picturesque Var region, about 30 miles north of Saint-Tropez.
Officials said the crash occurred between the small towns of Cabasse and Carces, in the picturesque Var region, about 50 kilometers (30 miles) north of Saint-Tropez.
com/titanic-stars-leonardo-dicaprio-kate-winslet-reunite-saint-tropez-2579398) spotted together in Saint-Tropez, France earlier this month.
The biggest stars of the Oscar-winning film recently held a mini-reunion, with the trio of Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Billy Zane appearing for an annual charity auction in the town of Saint-Tropez, located at the southeastern region of France.
Flames burned some 800 hectares (almost 2,000 acres) around the Var area of Provence, with two villas destroyed a dozen kilometres (seven miles) west of Saint-Tropez.
The 241-nautical mile Giraglia Rolex Cup saw a 209-strong fleet race from Saint-Tropez in France to Genoa, Italy, rounding the symbolic Giraglia rock and lighthouse off Corsica's north coast as part of the course.
Just before the offshore classic the DHL Adelasia Di Torres crew had further success, coming second in a three-race inshore regatta in Saint-Tropez, which was also part of the Giraglia Rolex Cup.
Owner of Presentation Advertising Agency Ahmed Abou Hashima, executive director of Presentation Company Mohamed Kamel, legal advisors to Presentation Company Yasser Fathi and Hani Naguib, and Adib had travelled to a Saint-Tropez resort to sign the contracts with Naguib Sawiris, chairperson of PromoMedia.
Mais le grand public le decouvre aux cotes de Louis de Funes dans la saga [beaucoup moins que] Le gendarme de Saint-Tropez [beaucoup plus grand que], dont le premier opus parait en 1964.
Laughing Lauren, 37, looked blooming in her black lacey top on the beach in Saint-Tropez, France.