St Roch's Mill

The St Roch Windmill was built in the 16th century on a strategic spot chosen by the wind.

It used to be called the ‘Gardiole’ Windmill, before taking its name from ‘St Roch’ in the 17th century, just like the nearby chapel.

There were nine windmills at the time, which all served to produce flour.

During the 1990s, the mechanism of the St Roch Windmill was renovated, along with the sails and the roof.
Quartier Saint Roch 83310 Grimaud
Opening period

All year round, daily.


Free access. The Mill site is accessible all year round, the interior can only be visited during free guided tours of the Culture and Heritage service.