Grimaud is a medieval village which lies on the hills of the Gulf of St. Tropez, in the heart of the Massif des Maures, Var. This small village, it should not be confused with the nearby Port Grimaud (lake city built by the architect Spoerry) has retained all the charm of a medieval town: narrow cobbled streets, Romanesque church, ruins of a 11th century castle, ramparts and renovated historic houses.
Grimaud village, built on a hillside, offering magnificent panoramic views and a relaxed way of life that will delight visitors.
Grimaud has a long history and a rich cultural heritage:
The castle of the 11th century listed building, owned by Count Senard (world music festival The Grimaldines each summer).
The church of Saint-Michel: 11th century, it was the largest in the region for a long time.
Grimaud several chapels: Chapel of Our Lady of Queste, the Saint-Roch chapel and Penitents.
The valley of the Fairy Bridge: walking tour to discover the natural and cultural heritage of the village. Fairy Bridge is an old aqueduct.
From beautiful beaches with public or private views of the village of Saint-Tropez.