Patrick Bruel, an essential figure in Saint-Tropez, wears a "Les Tropéziens de Lyon" t-shirt, set up as a big football fan at the Jean-Claude-Morel Challenge, organized on Thursday afternoon at the Place des Lices in Saint- Tropez.
Jean-Claude Morel, who died a few hours after the victory of his club against AS Saint-Etienne in February 2005, was the vice-president of OL. His memory remains very present in the memories of the managers and supporters Lyon who followed this trophy petanque every summer in his memory.
The next day, still in Saint-Tropez, he found Max Guazzini, former boss of NRJ radio and a big rugby fan, for a small tour in pink mini-moke. Source: Var Matin
Jean-Claude Morel, décédé quelques heures après la victoire de son club face à l'AS Saint-Etienne en février 2005, était le vice-président de l'OL. Son souvenir demeure très présent dans les mémoires des cadres et des supporters lyonnais qui chaque été organisent ce trophée de pétanque très suivi
Reopening beaches in Saint-Tropez!
Hollywood wouldn't be what it is today if people like Kirk Douglas hadn't passed through town and made it their own. The actor, author and philanthropist, and one of the few surviving super-stars of Hollywood's golden age, has died. He was 103. In a statement his son, Michael Douglas, revealed, "It is with tremendous sadness that me and my family announce that our Father Kirk Douglas left us today at the age of 103.Photo @ Saint-Tropez 1975
Today a dolphin visited our harbor. Obviously this is not exceptional in the Saint-Tropez Gulf. But the fact that the dolphin swims into the harbor is rather rare. The lack of traffic in winter and the curiosity of this beautiful animal is probably the cause.
The "Le Café" establishment disappears, another icon less in our village. What will replace?
It were 4 busy, fun and sunny days of madness on the "Grande Braderie" of Saint-Tropez 2019, Merchants are happy with the large rise of their bargain hunters. So a satisfied and successful year! Source : Esprit Village de Saint-Tropez
For those who think that major floods are only of this time, in Saint-Tropez it has been happening for quite some time. Of course more frequent in recent years... This week we had heavy rainfall with the village almost completely submerged. Photos 1993