2 Rue du Cepoun San Martin, 83990 Saint‑Tropez, France
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Welcome to Restaurant Le Ciel
Bar & Restaurant

Where Mediterranean cuisine meets sushi: experience LE CIEL Bar & Restaurant in the historic harbour of Saint-Tropez.

Music show with Tempia

Wed
Aug 17th
07 PM

Impressions

Take a look! Discover photos of our past events and impressions of the location

Weekly lunch specials

Enjoy our weekly changing lunch menu

Ladies Cocktail & Happy Hour

10-12 PM: Ladies Cocktails tonight
05-07 PM: Happy Hour TWO FOR ONE

Welcome to Restaurant Le Ciel
Bar & Restaurant

Where Mediterranean cuisine meets sushi: experience LE CIEL Bar & Restaurant in the historic harbour of Saint-Tropez.

Welcome to Saint-Tropez,
welcome to LE CIEL

LE CIEL Bar & Restaurant welcomes you to Saint-Tropez. We look forward to your visit and will be happy to accompany you through the day. From lunch, a small snack in between or dinner to the sundowner or a few fine cocktails on the terrace or balcony: We create the framework for you to experience Saint-Tropez from the best side. LE CIEL is both bar and restaurant at the same time. And so the right address to enjoy Saint-Tropez to the fullest.
In this sense: Bienvenue à Saint-Tropez!
International flair, sophisticated luxury, shops & boutiques worth discovering and versatile gastronomy - that's what Saint-Tropez stands for today. But the former fishing village on the Côte d'Azur with its 5,000 inhabitants is not only a popular meeting place for the international jet set, but has also preserved its original character in many places. LE CIEL is part of this: with its unique location directly on the old harbor, where yachts as tall as houses do not block the view, but instead you look at leisurely rocking fishing boats.

A perfect day in Saint-Tropez

From LE CIEL Bar & Restaurant in the historic harbor, you can start the perfect day in Saint-Tropez, explore shopping opportunities, tourist highlights or famous sights: The Musée de l'Annonciade with 19th and 20th century artworks, the Citadel of Saint-Tropez with its hexagonal central building with corner tower or the nearby 16th century baroque church Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción. Be sure to take a look: Inside the church is a bust of Saint Torpes. Saint-Tropez (or "St. Tropez") was named after this patron saint of seafarers.

A good program begins with us

To begin, interrupt or conclude a tour of the old town, LE CIEL is the right address. And we are always happy to give you a personal Saint-Tropez tip. In the mood for nature? Besides glamour, beach and history, the city has much more to offer. Why not explore the most beautiful beaches and vantage points, which lie like a string of pearls on the Mediterranean Sea, via the famous coastal hiking trail Chemin littoral: The rocky Plage des Graniers, the water-sporty Plage des Canoubiers, the lively Plage de la Moutte or further via the Plage des Salins to the Plage de Pampelonne with its world-famous beach clubs. And for a short walk, it is only about 600 meters from LE CIEL over the Môle d'Estienne d'Orves to the city's lighthouse, which is surrounded by seagulls.



What color is lust for life?

Paul Signac, star of pointillism, discovered the creative energy, the light, the vitality of Saint-Tropez - and brought painters like Matisse, Bonnard or Marquet here. Consequently, art, the beautiful and the mundane have always felt at home on the Cote d'Azur. Once again a claim for us to unite with LE CIEL four dimensions that make gastronomy an experience: The right people, the right ideas, the right style, in the right place.

Best time to travel Saint-Tropez: style is always in season

When asked about the best time to travel to Saint-Tropez, all you have to do is take a quick look at the varied regional events to quickly feel: it's always season in Saint-Tropez. Every year, the Côte d'Azur hosts about 400 national as well as international mostly cultural events. Like pearls on a necklace, the various festivities, events, international top events and cultural highlights lead through the year.

Spring and summer: the stars are coming

In spring, the region is under the impression of the Cannes Film Festival, when in May the who's who of international cinema stars come to the Mediterranean coast and not infrequently explore the places from Saint-Tropez to Nice. Summer in Saint-Tropez offers more than beach, good weather and Mediterranean feeling: among other things, a variety of interesting events, such as the Grand Prix Photo of Saint-Tropez. In this photography competition, artists from 23 countries submit more than 10,000 photographs.

Autumn in Saint-Tropez: Culinary and Sporting

Autumn is all about gastronomy: throughout the country, La Fête de la Gastronomie, the Festival of Gastronomy, is celebrated. It illustrates the culinary diversity of France and is a must for all food critics and gourmets. In particular, friends of good cuisine are drawn to the Côte d'Azur, whose chefs once again impressively demonstrate that they offer more than ratatouille, bouillabaisse and fougasse. At the same time, autumn is perfect for water sports: in September and October, the world's sailing elite travel to Saint-Tropez. The competition Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez with around 300 sailing yachts marks the end of the season for the regatta scene in the Mediterranean.

On the sunny side: In winter to Saint-Tropez

We are happy to welcome you all year round at LE CIEL and to enrich the cultural life of the region with our events. Whether Christmas, New Year's Eve or the famous Nice Carnival: even in winter, the French Mediterranean coast around Saint-Tropez is an ideal destination for those who appreciate mild temperatures. During the day, the thermometer often rises to pleasant values around 15 to 20 degrees, even in December, January or February. See impressions of the past events.

120 kilometers of joie de vivre. The Côte d'Azur in numbers

Whether gentle beaches, mighty cliffs or rugged cliffs: on the coasts, nature likes to outdo itself in its beauty. For many tourists, the Côte d'Azur is synonymous with secluded arts resorts and the sparkling blue sea. All these natural beauties and tourist magnets are united in the Côte d'Azur. The name, by the way, is a creation of the poet Stéphen Liégard, who published a book with this title in 1887. On a length of about 120 kilometers, this picturesque section of the Mediterranean coast unites more than 150 beaches. In the hinterland, there are a total of 15 ski resorts. Of the approximately 5,000 restaurants located on the Côte d'Azur, about 30 have been awarded Michelin stars. LE CIEL is therefore in good company and in a gastronomic environment that constantly inspires our restaurant team to new creativity. Get to know LE CIEL and learn more about our concept.

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