In the middle of a garden, the villa is a Provencal farmhouse devoured by bougainvilleas and climbing plants. Inside, the elegant and authentic decoration gives it a “family home” atmosphere, with black and white photos arranged on the stone fireplace, antique wooden dressers and linens.
In the large kitchen with industrial suspensions, we keep this same mixture of tradition and modernity that we also find in the suites, where the patinated wooden furniture contrasts with the waxed concrete walls and the contemporary works of art.
After a lazy morning, we have breakfast in the shade of an umbrella. Nothing comes to disturb the peaceful silence which reigns in the garden, if not the song of the birds nested in the fruit trees or the lapping of the water, in the swimming pool with the appearance of a natural basin. In the afternoon, we go to the very prestigious Golf Club of Saint-Tropez, a stone’s throw from the estate. At tea time, we go to the Place des Lices to taste a slice of Tropézienne tart, before returning to the estate to have an aperitif on the sunny terrace.