The spectacular golf course at Saint Endréol is renowned both nationally and internationally for its excellent course, as well as the idyllic surroundings at its borders.
The severe undulations provide amazing views, especially over the River Endre and the towering peaks that dominate the landscape. Michel Gayon's design opened for play in 1992, and measures 6,801 yards from the championship tee markers. There are a number of truly spectacular holes, which are focused on the water hazards and the river, where you can really come to grief.
Making Saint Endréol a part of your golf holiday will be completely justified when you step onto the 13th tee - way down in the valley is the green, surrounded by water, and the seemingly never-ending moments while your ball is in the air represent one of the most exhilarating golfing experiences anywhere.
Be aware of the huge changes in elevation around Saint Endréol - club selection is tricky, but is absolutely crucial.
Set in the heart of Provence's countryside, the Domaine de Saint Endréol is home to an intimate hotel, whose traditional style is extremely attractive. There are 35 suites from which to choose, all of which are spacious, and reflect the genuine character of the region.
Every suite and apartment is complete with a private living area and a golf view terrace or balcony, while the hotel is perfectly equipped to welcome travelling golfers.
With a charming atmosphere and stunning surroundings, the Domaine de Saint Endréol Golf and Spa Resort is among the most popular all-encompassing golf holiday destinations in France's South East.
Guests at the Saint Endréol resort are free to take advantage of the swimming pools, both outdoor and indoor, while the hotel is proud of its superb relaxation centre. The Saint Endréol spa is a temple dedicated to the art of balneotherapy; head for the Turkish bath, the aromatherapeutic saunas, or indulge in one of the luxurious face and body treatments.
The resort at Saint Endréol is popular with larger groups and families, as it offers self-catering facilities.
Le Petit Charron is located off Place des Lices in St. Tropez, and although its dining is imposingly small, its worth the effort for its classical Provençal menu.