In the 1950s, Brigitte Bardot arrived in St Tropez with her then husband, 28-year-old Roger Vadim.
The city was relatively unknown and so was Bardot. It was the film that they shot "And God Create Woman" that makes her and St Tropez world-famous.
The cemetery at St Tropez is on the headland just outside the town centre. It's a beautiful location, permanently captured in celluloid in two movies. And God Created Woman in 1956 (" Et Dieu... Crea La Femme") and (The Swimming Pool) in 1969. La Piscine was a movie with Romy Schneider, Alain Delon and Jane Birkin.