There’s Something About St. Tropez

Elizabeth Adler’s latest murder-mystery, There’s Something About St Tropez, highlights the exquisite local cuisine, lush scenery and glitzy presence of the billionaire, jet-setting crowd along the shores of the French Riviera. The novel allows a peek into the once exclusive get-away spot for the elite, seducing its readers to start planning a St. Tropez trip of their own.


View of St. Tropez

The novel follows TV star and private investigator Mac Reilly and his beautiful girlfriend Sunny Alvarez and their plans for a romantic vacation in dazzling St Tropez. But soon their plans go awry as five international vacationers, strangers to each other, are brought together at the same seaside resort by a rental scam, an international art heist, passion, murder and a haunting, all set against the sun soaked, glamorous backdrop of St. Tropez.

For travelers looking for a more relaxing vacation, but with just as much glamour and beauty, Luxury Travel Advisor has the insider scoop for the perfect escape to the posh seaside town.

Join half the world’s luxury yachts and dock off the Côte d’Azur during the summer months, on your very own chartered yacht. Seven Seas Yacht Charters has specialized in luxury yacht vacations for more than 20 years from its headquarters in Nokomis, FL. The company represents yachts all over the world and offers a totally customizable experience from the itinerary, the type of ship and its size, all the way down to the cuisine served at each meal.

The new La Reserve Ramatuelle Spa and Resort debuted outside St. Tropez this summer, designed by noted architect Jean-Michael Wilmotte. With just seven rooms and 16 suites – each with a private terrace or garden – the resort is the ultimate destination spot for privacy. The swanky spa is devoted to promoting healthy lifestyle changes without invasive procedures with a focus on longevity under the guidance of an on-site doctor.


La Réserve Ramatuelle

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