Grimaud, Land of Provence, rich in ancient and modern heritage, is conducive to discovery From the medieval village perched on its promontory, to the lake city of Port Grimaud, historical monuments in heritage of the 20th century, let you tell Grimaud .
Perched on its headland, the old village of Grimaud, a listed Historical Monument, dominates the Gulf of Saint Tropez and the surrounding area which it guards with its medieval castle. It’s worth making the climb, in order to...
The coast has always been visited, especially around St Pons les Mûres' Hamlet, crossroads of important tracks and landing stage for the village of Grimaud.
The Château, a symbol of Grimaud.
The return of spring is such a pleasant time to go on a nature walk... and to visit the Pont des Fées (Fairies' Bridge), just a stone’s throw from the village of Grimaud.
Saint Michel Church is the oldest church on the Gulf of Saint Tropez.
The Maison des Arcades has been open to the public since 2018, thanks to the exhibitions organised by the Culture & Heritage Department.
The windmill stands on a windswept spot and is part of the history of Grimaud.
This is one of the village’s more unusual streets, which used to be called Rue des Commerces Grimaudois.
Port-Grimaud Church, designed by François Spoerry.
The Penitents Chapel, a monument to visit in Grimaud.
Plunge into an ancient world! The heritage museum reveals Grimaud as it was in ancient times.
This chapel has survived for centuries in its park of ancient oak trees.
The fountain on Place Neuve symbolises the waters of Grimaud.
Discover Grimaud’s smallest chapel.
Beauvallon is a district of Grimaud that’s close to the beach.