Chateau De Grimaud Var (13)Chateau De Grimaud Var (13)
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A rich and diverse heritage

From centuries past through to the present day, Grimaud has forged itself an identity based on its heritage. With elements of both Provence and the Côte d’Azur, discover the soul of the village.

Exploring the

buildings and historical landmarks

Grimaud, in the land of Provence, is rich in history, most notably in the medieval village perched on its promontory.


Lakeside city of Port Grimaud

A little gem sitting atop the old marshland, Port Grimaud is a place for those who love the sea and boats. But also for those who love to wander idly along the canals, admire the view from the top of the church or do a spot of shopping at the market.

The little extra

Electric boat trips for a tour of the town, dining by the canals, harbor a stone’s throw from the beach.


in Grimaud

The commune of Grimaud has no fewer than four chapels, two of which are located in the village.


of Saint-Francis of Assisi in Port Grimaud

In the heart of Port Grimaud, the Church of Saint-Francis of Assisi stands proud. Inspired by Saintes-Maries de la Mer, this church is a must-see attraction.

The little extra

The impressive stained-glass windows created by Victor Vasarely.


Heritage buildings

Grimaud is committed to preserving ancient buildings in order to give them a cultural or heritage vocation.

This is how you can discover the Arcades House, an exhibition’s venue and the Heritage Museum which preserves the life of the Grimaud inhabitants of yesteryear.