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Cimetière marin

Historic site and monument, Historic patrimony, Civil cemetery in Saint-Tropez
  • It was relocated in 1776 to the Pré des Pêcheurs and then to its current location in 1815. This is one of the rare seaside cemeteries in France and enjoys breathtaking views over the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and ‘Les Canebiers’ bay.

  • The cemetery developed below the Citadel towards the end of the 18th century and has breathtaking views over the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and ‘Les Canebiers’ bay.

    Surrounded by hydrangeas, tamarisk and reeds, you can stroll between the graves of well-known personalities from the past or of today,

    such as the Hindu princess, Bannou Pan Deï, wife of General Allard who was in the service of Maharaja Singh. She lived in Saint-Tropez until 1884. Her husband returned to India and is buried in...
    The cemetery developed below the Citadel towards the end of the 18th century and has breathtaking views over the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and ‘Les Canebiers’ bay.

    Surrounded by hydrangeas, tamarisk and reeds, you can stroll between the graves of well-known personalities from the past or of today,

    such as the Hindu princess, Bannou Pan Deï, wife of General Allard who was in the service of Maharaja Singh. She lived in Saint-Tropez until 1884. Her husband returned to India and is buried in Lahore (Pakistan).

    There is also the grave of Blandine Liszt, the daughter of Franz Liszt and wife of Émile Ollivier,

    as well as those of Paul Signac, Henri Manguin, André Dunoyer de Ségonzac,

    Eddy Barclay, Roger Vadim and Pierre Bachelet.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Openings
Openings
  • All year 2022
    Opened Everyday
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