December 14, 2020 With its glorious beaches and beach clubs, charming village atmosphere and heady history, St Tropez is already a highly desirable part of the world. But some areas are more exclusive than others, offering better locations, amenities, and even celebrity neighbours. Here we answer the question: which are the most exclusive districts of St Tropez? A guide to the most exclusive districts of St Tropez Discover the most famous neighbourhoods of St Tropez. Which are the most exclusive districts of Saint Tropez? Les Parcs de Saint Tropez: a luxury gated 110-hectare community, ideally located between Bay of Canoubiers and Massif des Maures and home to several billionaires. Cap Tahiti: a stunning residence of just 30 villas set in luscious gardens, built on a hill overlooking the Plage de Pampelonne. La Capilla: close to the golden-sand Tahiti Beach, with several truly exquisite properties in an idyllic setting. What makes them so exclusive? Les Parcs de Saint Tropez is undoubtedly one of the most famous neighbourhoods of St Tropez, with an estimated 160 luxury houses offering peace and privacy in perfectly manicured gardens. St Tropez centre is only a 5 minute drive away and Tahiti beach 7 minutes. Cap Tahiti is extremely private and enjoys fantastic sea views, with walking access to Tahiti Beach and its glamorous beach clubs, Tahiti and Tropezina. Villas here are within easy reach of the town centre, and the gardens are filled with many beautiful plants and palm trees. La Capilla is even smaller, but it enjoys similar breathtaking views and gardens filled with pine trees and flowering shrubs. Built in 2012 by the Lucio Boni Architects’ Studio, the villas are styled with luxury bespoke furniture and fittings. The ability to walk to Tahiti beach along traffic-free roads makes it ideal for families with young children. What Amenities Do They Offer? Les Parcs de St Tropez is blissfully private, far from traffic, and has its own tennis courts and even a private beach, which makes it one of the most exclusive districts in St Tropez. Guards secure the area 24/7. Cap Tahiti has a guardian’s cottage at the entrance ensuring security, with all guests having to announce themselves upon arrival, and is set in a peaceful location with no traffic. La Capilla is also guarded 24/7, and its residents enjoy total peace and privacy. Any Famous Neighbours? At Les Parcs de St Tropez, neighbours include Bernard Arnaud, CEO of LVMH (the world’s leading luxury products group), and Indian steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal. Other famous homeowners are Mohamed Al-Fayed, owner of the Ritz group, Francis Holder, founder of the Paul bakeries, Tony Murray, a French-born British billionaire and Jean-Michel Signoles, owner of ultra-exclusive leather brand Goyard. If you would like to join the ultra-rich and live in one of the most exclusive districts in St Tropez, contact a team of real estate experts, who will only be too happy to help you.