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Wealthy people from all around the world come to this beach annually to relax or meet celebrities just sipping a cocktail at the bar.
Nikki Beach is a private beach in a picturesque place on the seafront of Saint-Tropez. Although in fact it is not located on the beach, it is about 100 meters from it, which emphasizes it's elitism and remoteness from the resort fuss even more. Everything here is designed for a magical and luxurious holiday: a pleasant company of billionaires and movie stars, a delicious menu of seafood and endless luxury parties.
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Dance at a beach party
If you want to dance with Bruce Willis or have a cocktail with Peris Hilton go to Nikki Beach, where you will be surrounded by celebrities.FREE12
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Nikki Beach on the mapLocation: 100 meters from the sea, De Leprie Street 1093.
Works in the summer, from mid-April to the end of September from 11:30 am to 20:00 pm. In summer parties are held until late night.
More places to visit in Saint-Tropez
The Butterfly House
Mentioning the word museum, most of us get bored, but wait, it’s not about this marvelous place – The Butterfly House. It should be a must-do to visit these cute winged creatures.10
Plage des Salin
It is a beautiful beach where you can enjoy sunbathing topless and dine in a romantic atmosphere away from the noise of the city and resort bustle.13
Museum of the Annunciation
In case you got bored of a bustling rest on the Cote d'Azur of Saint-Tropez, welcome to the exhibibtion of avant-gardists' canvases in the Museum of the Annunciation.5