Saint-Tropez used to be a small fishing town, but since Brigitte Bardot in the 1950, it's become the playground of the jet set.
I didn't really like it. It's a nice little town, but there's plenty others like it around here.
In a previous post, I said I'd pick Nice if I had to choose a place to live in the French Riviera.
Actually, I'd prefer Monaco even more, because that would mean I'd be wealthy beyond belief.
Property prices are through the roof here, with the average real estate agency selling apartments anywhere in the range of 1 to 20 million euros.
If I had to pick a city along the French Riviera to live in, Nice would be the one. It's a pretty big, vibrant city that has much more going on than just tourism.
Although it's a relatively small city (with a population of 70k), Cannes is known around the world for the Film Festival in May, when it's the place to be for actors, celebrities and everyone that matters - and their fans.
I was there in late July and last I checked, I'm not famous nor rich.