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Saint-Roch chapel

Discover Grimaud’s smallest chapel.


A small chapel

This chapel was built in the 17th century.

In the centre there is a medieval altar made from basalt.

Many colors for

nice wall paintings

Situated on one of the main roads to the village, it is dedicated to Saint-Roch, who was often evoked for the protection against contagious illnesses like the plague. Inside, paintings on the wall depict the saint’s life. They were painted by Andrée Gavens in 1937.

Advice for making

the most of your stay
Mapof the village

At the Tourist Information Office, you can obtain a map of the village, which indicates the places of interest, such as the chapel.

Walkin the village

Make the most of your trip to the chapel by visiting the village. You will need around an hour and a half to take in the village, with its narrow streets and historic landmarks.

Visitof the chapel

The chapel can be visited only via a guided tour. The glass door allows you to admire its interior. More info : +33 (0)4 94 55 57 34.