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For over 400 years, the Citadel rings the city. Element of the defence of the port the most important between Antibes and Toulon for centuries, it is now one of the few monuments of this magnitude of the Var coast. Proud of its rich maritime past...more
Citadelle ouerlooks the main Port of St Tropez, and the Gulf. Thus its own history is strongly linked to tye history of the town and the region.
it is about 15 mins walk uphill from the Port, but it is well worth the walk.
The Citadelle overlooks St. Tropez and the Mediterranean Sea. The views from the top of the Citadelle are spectacular, even on a cloudy day. The are several interesting exhibits inside the museum, including a cross section of a torpedo. The grounds are lovely, and the...More
We stumbled across this for while visiting saint-Tropez. Up a vaguely large hill (obviously) gave amazing views of the sea with all the fancy boats from the harbour. 3 euro entry meant you could wonder around the fort's grounds getting great pictures and enter their...More
Without question this is the most impressive tourist attraction in all of saint Tropez. The citadelle is located on the top of a hill which offers fantastic panoramic views of the city and port. We visited on a saturday when entry of free.
This is a distance from the seafront yachts and up a fair few steps and slopes. It is well worth a visit though both as a fortress and the maritime museum at the heart of it. At only €3 it is very good value too....More
Not sure what the Citadel museum is like as they wouldn’t let us in the the gog (Ivy). The walk around the outskirts offers some splendid views and the trip up there gets you away from all the protentious goings on lower down around the...More
Fantastic museum. A little bit of a trek to ge to but we'll worth it. The price is shockingly affordable when everything in the town is a bit out of touch. The content is intriguing and presented in a very fun way. 2 hours will...More
A nice place in Saint Tropez to take a walk. It is a bit of a mountain walk and the heat in August is scorching. Once in the citadel you can walk around and enjoy a view of the city. Great descriptions and therefore worth...More