In 1952, Felix and Marie Palmari acquired beachfront land near Ramatuelle on the Côte d'Azur. It was a beach of pure white sand, pristine and deserted. Developed slowly and carefully, without compromising the integrity of its perfect natural beauty, Tahiti Beach became internationally famous four years later with the filming of Roger Vadim’s classic movie ‘And God Created Woman’, in which the young Brigitte Bardot lit up the screen and caused an international sensation. The actress fell in love with this exquisite place and bought a house not far away, in the seaside resort of Saint-Tropez.
Located on the beach of Pampelonne, within 10 minutes of this resort renowned for jet set holidays and chic clubs, Tahiti Beach remains a secret, exclusive and peaceful garden. More than 60 years after its creation, this unspoilt paradise is an institution; a legend that continues to attract a demanding clientele who come to enjoy a private beach that is amongst the most superb to be found on this most beautiful of coastlines, an elegant hotel of 20 superior rooms, a world class gourmet restaurant and the very finest facilities and amenities.