From land to sea, Grimaud offers you many activities at the heart of Gulf of Saint Tropez.
Do you play golf ? Do you enjoy Nordic walking or the thrill of go-karting ? Are you in the mood for pampering? Do you feel like a spa or yoga session ? It’s all here … Choose your preferred activity to suit your taste and your mood. Whether you’re after an intense or reflective experience, operating under your own steam or with guidance from professionals, here you can go at your own pace !
Boat rental and waterski activities.
"Leader for nature sports on Saint-Tropez Gulf: Mtb, sea kayak, Stand up paddle, Outrigger, Nordic walking.
Art studio and exhibition of art works
Bowling 8 synthetics lanes, bar, billards, games room.
Explore the hills lined with the La Garde mountain stream and the old road which leads to the village, and discover the Saint-Joseph wayside shrine.
Explore the La Garde valley where three watermills and a windmill supplied the locals with flour. The watermills, which no longer exist, date back to before the 17th century. Visit this charming valley lined with olive trees.
The equestrian center "La Mène" is located at the foot of the Maures hills, a few kilometers from the sea. Our primary goal is to discover the Maures on horseback. We also offer introductory courses to the pony and the “pony in h...
Top Charter is a specialist in sale, rental, management and maintenance of boats inside the Gulf of Saint Tropez.
Going from Six Fours to St Raphaël, the cycle path of the coastline allows you to cycling down the Var coast, which follows the route of the old railway line.
The Golf Club Of Beauvallon created in 1923 extends over 40 hectares. It offers you a 18 various hole course, naturel and remarkably well maintained.
From the hinterland to the sea, leave the medieval village of Grimaud, to discover the countryside and heritage of the town, to the lakeside city of Port Grimaud. A bucolic walk, to do on foot or by bike!
5 clay courts, 1 hard surface and 1 padel.
The Peyron is a nice walk, between vineyards and ash trees and along the river La Giscle.