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Grimaud and

its Provençal heritage

The centuries have not got the better of Grimaud’s heritage which, today, makes this village in the Var a must-see place for all lovers of Provence, heritage and history.

Grimaud, a village

rich in heritage

Grimaud, in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, is a village bearing the colours of Provence. A Provence that has a medieval atmosphere, with its houses, its narrow streets, its Castle… The latter is the most famous of the monuments in Grimaud, but did you know that it is far from being the only heritage building??

Recent heritage

The little Provençal Venice

Heritage doesn’t always equate with old! As proof, Port Grimaud, nicknamed the Little Provençal Venice, is listed as part of the “20th Century Heritage”. A construction dating back just over 50 years.

Grimaud livens up

From monuments to events

Grimaud is committed to showcasing its heritage and bringing it to life on a daily basis. What could be better than great events to make the most of it? Discover the days that enhance the monuments, the village and all the highlights of the year.

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