For many locals – and that’s what you’ll become when you buy a house in Saint Tropez – September is the best month of the year. The crowds and queues of traffic have gone, the beaches have emptied, and you can see the sand once more, yet the weather is still perfect for swimming in the warm emerald sea.
What’s more, you get the sea to yourself! Schools all go back in the first week of September so those looking at houses in Saint Tropez for sale can now be guaranteed a sedate swim during the week, without having to give excitable children a wide berth.
Temperatures at this time of year hover around 25C with more than eight hours of sunshine a day, so it really is the most ideal time to look at houses in Saint Tropez for sale.
Those looking to buy a house in Saint Tropez will also notice that temperatures in the evenings begin to dip during September, which will come as a welcome to most. A light cardigan might be required when sitting out on the terrace during the evening, but at least it’s easier to sleep during the cool nights, and there are no mosquitos to worry about.
September is also a great month events wise in Saint Tropez. During this month there are a number of exciting tournament’s being held at the Polo Club Saint Tropez, such as the Polo Gold Club, from 6th to 9th September, whilst on 15th and 16th September residents and visitors alike can take advantage of the Journées du Patrimonie. Over this weekend national museums, monuments and houses are opened to the public for free – so why not try to coincide this weekend with a trip to look at houses in Saint Tropez for sale?
September is also the month when some of the world’s most beautiful yachts make their way into the Golf of St Tropez for one of most spectacular sailing events on earth. From September 29th until October 7th, les Voiles de St Tropez – otherwise known as La Nioulargue – will take place in the emerald blue waters of the Bay of St Tropez. It’s another event not to miss.
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