6 hiking trails await you in the Grimaud region and many more in the Massif des Maures and Gulf of Saint Tropez. Whether you’re on the coast or in the countryside, be sure to remember your walking shoes!
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.
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!
The Peyron is a nice walk, between vineyards and ash trees and along the river La Giscle.
There are many information panels along this circular walk which explain the main characteristics of the wildlife, flora, and heritage sites.
Explore the plain and the charming southern part of the village. You have a stunning view of the village and hills from this trail.
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.
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.