Gassin (2600 inhabitants, 25km2)

The old village of Gassin is situated in the middle of the Peninsula, perched high up on a rock. The village has kept its old winding streets and ancient houses. Its location is really quite exceptional overlooking vineyards, woods and the Gulf of Saint Tropez. From the top of the ramparts there is a magnificent view that extends from the Iles D’Or over the Massif des Maures (“Moorish Mountains”) and all the way to the snowy peaks of the Alps.

Areas of Gassin :

  • Gassin Village
  • RYesllère
  • Sinopolis / Résidence du Golf / Le Trezain
  • Saint Bonnaventure / Château Martin


Gassin Village

Gassin village is similar to the old village of Ramatuelle. In wintertime it is even quieter than its neighbor. There is a very nice spot on the west side of Gassin, which overlooks the vineyards towards the Gulf of Saint Tropez. You will find typical Provencal restaurant strung along the romantic square – an ideal place to escape the crowded beaches in summer and enjoy a light lunch or candle light dinner.



RYesllère is one of the typical wine areas of the Peninsula. The famous wineries like Château Minuty, Barbeyrolles, La RYesllère, Bertraud and Belieu are situated in that place. Throughout you can find old farmhouses, lovingly renovated and transformed into holiday properties or more recent constructions but with traditional Provencal feel.


Sinopolis / Résidence du Golf / Le Trezain

These areas are on the waterfront of the Gulf of Saint Tropez. Houses nicely maintained, are lined up on the hillside, which faces Beauvallon and Sainte Maxime. Most of them are on private domains. You can choose between sea view properties or houses nestled in quiet streets with green space around. The advantage of these areas is that you can avoid traffic to reach Pampelonne beach by going over the village of Ramatuelle.


Saint Bonnaventure / Château Martin


These areas are still on the commune of Gassin, but very close to the entrance of Saint Tropez. Similar to Sinopolis and Le Trizain they are established on the hillside overlooking the Gulf of Saint Tropez.

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