Located in an award winning 25-hectare landscaped park, this village resort overlooks the gulf of Saint Tropez and offers a magnificent panorama of the Mediterranean Sea.
Located a 3 minute walk from the beach, this holiday village blends naturally into the environment and offers different types of accommodation. You can choose from a wide range of apartments, houses and duplex villas overlooking the sea, the swimming pool or the lake.
Accommodation includes fully equipped studios, apartments and houses that can accommodate 2 to 8 guests. TV, bed linen and bath towels are included in all apartments and beds are made up on arrival.
This self-catered apartment sleeps 6/7 people in:
- 1 double bedroom
- 1 bunk room with 2 beds
- 2 single sofa beds in the lounge
- 1 pull-out bed in the lounge (ideal for a child)
You can select the exact location of your accommodation by contacting Pierre & Vacances 15 days before arrival (charge applies).
Les Restanques is near to the charming old village of Grimaud; you will find shops and restaurants at Port-Grimaud (2km) and in the town of Grimaud (5km).
There is also a hypermarket and shopping centre at the La Foux intersection (3km).
The resort has a fantastic water park of 1,600m², featuring wave pool with geyser, outdoor pools (one heated pool and one unheated pool), children's paddling pool, sun bathing area and water games with slides.
Landscaped with palm trees, tropical vegetation and Mediterranean plants the water park is open all season (seven days a week).
Restaurant La Calade serves typical Provençal cuisine made with fresh fish and Mediterranean vegetables. Relax on the terrace overlooking the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.
Different restaurant packages are on offer to suit all budgets, they can be booked on-site or before arrival:
- 3 Meal Flex Card (3 courses)
- Meal Card
The restaurant also offers a la carte dining and take-away, as well as 24/7 snacks in July/August.
Open all season is the food/grocery store with newsagent.
Families & Kids
Residence Eden Parc is a family-friendly resort. If you don't want to travel with too much luggage you can book a Baby Kit (suitable for infants aged 0 to 2 years - 15kg max):
- 1 folding cot (French Standard EN 716) with 1 fitted sheet
- 1 highchair (for infants aged 6 months and above)
You can also hire the following items:
- baby bath
- night light
- food processor/mixer
- baby back carrier (mountain)
- anti-UV tent
- mosquito net (sea)
Please note: subject to availability and residence.
Also see: Childcare in Saint-Tropez, France
You’ll need to book your own transfers when staying here. Your main options are shared or private transfers, but consider whether you would prefer a door-to-door service or a (generally cheaper) “communal” drop-off point at your destination.
Also see: Transfers to Saint-Tropez, France
You’ll need to organise your own bike hire when staying here. Things to consider are the type of bike you want to rent such as road, mountain, hard trail and/or an electric bike; and whether you’ll need helmets and protective clothing with your rental. You’re best off choosing a shop that is close to your accommodation for ease of access, and making it quicker to return the bike and pay at the end. Some companies may also deliver so it’s worth looking at all the options.
Also see: Cycle Hire in Saint-Tropez, France
Guides & Tours
When staying here, you’ll need to book your own Guides & Tours, which are a great way to discover Saint-Tropez whilst doing a number of fun activities. Not only do they know the best local spots, these highly trained and experienced individuals are very familiar with the surroundings and can provide loads of insights you won’t get by yourself.
Also see: Guides & Tours in Saint-Tropez, France
"Perfect holiday resort, close to Sainte Maxime, Cogolin & Port Grimaud. A paradise for children and adults with great animations and a good kids club. The service at the reception was impeccable." - Trip Advisor
Saint Tropez has been synonymous with glamour since sex siren Brigitte Bardot cavorted on its beach in a skimpy bikini , although this pretty fishing village had been luring artists with its pastel coloured buildings and mythical light long before that. For those wishing to go to Saint Tropez by public transport, it requires a bit of effort as it doesn't have a train station- take the train to Saint Raphael and transfer to a bus or ferry across the Gulf. For those driving (or sitting in a bus), be aware that the traffic going into Saint Tropez in high summer can be painful- the water taxi is possibly a better (and far prettier) way to arrive.
The food on offer in Saint Tropez ranges from the truly spectacular, to the spectacularly over-priced. But there are some wonderful restaurants to be found for all budgets, from the stratospheric but magnificent 3-Michelin starred Vague d'Or, to the local's seafood haunt in a shack by the beach, La Pesquiere. We've gone into detail about our favourite restaurants in our Saint Tropez restaurant guide.
Also see: Restaurants in Saint-Tropez, France
Head up the steep hill to the 16th century citadel, where there's a museum and beautiful views over the sea. (This is a lovely place for a picnic and enjoying the afternoon breeze.)There's also the House of Butterflies with thousands of butterflies on display, and the Annonciade museum, one of the longest established modern art galleries in France- you can see works here by Matisse, Bonnard and Signac among others.
Also see: Sights in Saint-Tropez, France
Things to Do Nearby
If you fancy some designer shopping, Saint Tropez has some seriously exclusive boutiques- or you can visit the lovely central square of Place des Lices and its charming market for a more low-key spend. Walk up to the church for some of the best sunset views or go for a coastal walk and enjoy the amazing natural heritage of the region. Or just pass the time in a cafe watching the locals play petanque in the square under the plane trees. For a day dripping in Riviera glamour you should really dress up and head to the Saint Tropez Polo Club- or head out on the water with the superyachts by chartering a boat for the day. Kids will adore the Azur Park at nearby Gassin, with a rollercoaster, ferris wheel and waterslides. Finally, water-sports enthusiast will find a second home on Pampelonne Beach- as well as those who like to make themselves comfortable on a deckchair with a magnum of champagne...
Also see: Things To Do in Saint-Tropez, France
Pampelonne Beach is one of the most famous stretches of sand on earth: 5kms of glamorous beach clubs and public beach, watersports and shallow clear water perfect for the kids to play in. See our beach guide for more details.
Also see: Beaches in Saint-Tropez, France
The Golf Club Saint Tropez is actually located in Gassin, and offers an 18 hole, par 71 course set in countryside of hills, forest, vineyards and sea. It is relatively exclusive and therefore avoids the crowds you often find at other Riviera golf clubs. There is a golfing academy, an executive 9 hole course with driving range, and a spa and restaurant in a spacious, elegant clubhouse reminiscent of a fine Provencal farmhouse. There's also the highly regarded Golfe de Beauvallon further along the coast.
Also see: Golf Courses in Saint-Tropez, France
There are some of the finest clubs on earth in Saint Tropez (or at least their price tags will tell you so). When it’s time to get your dancing shoes on, there are three main options, all fairly guaranteed to provide a glimpse of celebrities, if you like that kind of thing. Caves du Roy has been considered the most prestigious club on the Cote d’Azur (and therefore the world) for over 40 years, while the VIP room is another notorious favourite with the jet set. La Bodega de Papagayo is the most lively and the easiest to gain entry to- although its clientele is still the young, the rich and the beautiful. There are also some great bars for people watching, as well as a low-key Irish pub- for full details see our St Tropez nightlife guide.
Also see: Bars in Saint-Tropez, France
Les Restanques is a family-friendly resort and there is plenty to keep children and teenagers entertained.
There are kids clubs for all age groups, offering a fun line-up of activities, games and sports.
A programme of evening activities is offered through the week during the school holidays and at weekends outside school holidays. Activities include games, music, stories and shows.
Older children can party at Le Spot. Reserved exclusively for teens aged 13-17 years, Le Spot is open between 8pm and midnight. Equipped with a sound system, dance floor and lounge area with large TV screen it can be used for discos and parties. All chaperoned by a professional organizer, so parents can relax with peace of mind. Le Spot is open during July and August.
Star Rating: 4 Star
Catering Basis: Self-catered
Property Style: Apartment
Run By: Agent/Operator
Vibe / Atmosphere: Large / Groups | Modern
Sleeps: Sleeps 7
Bedrooms: 2 bedroom
Catering: Full-board | Half-board | Breakfast | Flexible catering options
Cleaning: Housekeeping - once per stay | Linen Provided
Access: Disabled access
Room: Balcony | Safe / Secure box | Telephone
Families & Kids: Kids' Club / Activities
Entertainment: Restaurant | TV | WiFi / Internet
Kitchen/Laundry: Cooker / Oven | Cookware | Dishwasher | Fridge | Kitchen linen | Microwave
Spa & Fitness: Spa | Pool (outdoor) | Pool (shared)
View: Sea view
Open Seasons: Spring | Summer | Autumn | Winter
Address: 1113 Route de Bardasse | Saint-Tropez | 83310