Les Graniers is an absolute insider tip on the Saint Tropez peninsula. If everyone goes to Ramatuelle, just walk to the small bay behind St. Tropez. - You don't know where that is? Just walk in the direction of the cemetery (which is worth seeing, by the way) and then another 200 meters and suddenly you see a very small, sweet bay with a cool restaurant. Important to know: This restaurant is very popular with locals, so make a reservation well in advance. It is even open in the evenings in July/August and offers an incredible alternative to all the 'bling bling' restaurants in the harbour. Furnishings: Rustic chic made of wood and straw. You have your feet in the sand and you can almost reach into the sea with your hand. Ambience: Very family and informal. It's cheerful and cozy. The children can swim in the sea between meals and have fun while the adults philosophize about politics and art. Restaurant: Menu: The map is good and manageable. Fresh fish is actually what everyone takes. The fish is cooked on the charcoal grill and tastes great. Wine: As befits an uncomplicated beach restaurant, there is a small selection of regional wines that go perfectly with the freshly grilled fish. Beach: It has about 8 mats with umbrellas belonging to the restaurant. However, it has a good public beach next to the restaurant. A bit of a shame - but given by nature - the beach is made of stones instead of sand.
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