Beyond the walls of Le Byblos, Saint-Tropez has countless postcard moments in store for visitors. Walk along the famous port and head to the Place des Lices (18 Boulevard Vasserot, 83990 Saint-Tropez), a short stroll from the hotel, where Saturday markets offer local crafts and delicious fresh produce while players dispute endless games of pétanque in the afternoon. Lose yourself in the cobbled streets down to La Ponche, the oldest tip of the village ornated with yellow and orange-coloured seafront buildings. Book a table at Cucina (byblos.com/prestations/cucina-byblos), an Italian concept launched by French culinary virtuoso Alain Ducasse, for a colourful meal best enjoyed on its romantic tree-lined terrace. Climb up to the high point that is the Citadelle de Saint-Tropez, a fortress built in the 17th century to protect the village from invaders. Enjoy the garden surrounding the adjacent Maritime Museum (1 Monté de la Citadelle, 83990 Saint-Tropez) and take in the stunning views of the bay, only to reward yourself with a glass of rosé or a pastis at the port on the terrace at Sénéquier (senequier.com), one of the landmark cafes on the boardwalk.