Château de la Moutte is a house that was built in the 19th century and is settled in a palm tree park with woods and vines, representing Saint Tropez’s natural heritage and culture.
This setting is of noble origin as it was built by a very important family in 1856, Martin de Roquebrune. However, the property was then sold to the prime minister of Napoleon III, Emile Ollivier, who had it restored and re-decorated.
The interior is composed of a gallery with portraits of Ollivier’s family and an enormous library with a vast collection of French literature books. There is also a beautiful palm tree garden outside in which you can take a long walk or just sit and relax in an atmosphere of tranquillity.
This castle is also famous for being home to the well-known dance and music festival ‘’Les Nuits du Chateau de la Moutte’’
Today, the Château and the park have been listed as Historical Monuments where people from all over the world choose to visit. Visit this charming little castle, situated at the tip of La Moutte Point, hidden away on the Peninsula.