Nestled on top of a hill, Grimaud provides an amazing bird's eye view of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and the Massif des Maures.

 Dominated by an impressive castle from the eleventh century, the village has preserved its rich medieval heritage.  Visitors from all over the world marvel at its typically provencal architecture, strolling through its picturesque cobbled streets and enjoying the numerous shops, restaurants and art galleries. An authentic food and craft market takes place every Thursday.

Grimaud provides a variety of cultural and sports events throughout the year. It is an ideal starting point to explore the Saint-Tropez and Port Grimaud area by bike or by car.


For further information, click on the link of the Grimaud Tourist Office:


Be prepared for your trip in the Gulf of St Tropez: