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How to find us

Get to Grimaud by train, bus, car, plane… and find out about the different ways of getting around once you are there, as well as parking facilities.

How to get to Grimaud

à Grimaud

Travelling by train

To avoid the tiredness of a long journey by car, the train is the right solution. The nearest SNCF train stations to Grimaud are :
– Saint-Raphaël/Valescure
– Toulon
– Les Arcs/Draguignan

From these train stations, buses of the regional company “Zou” serve several stops in Grimaud.

Coming by bus

Being the most economical solution (€2.10 a journey), the “Zou” buses serve many towns in the Var, either directly or with a transfer.
Here are the lines that stop in Grimaud :
– 874 (Cavalaire / Saint-Raphaël)
– 876 (Saint-Tropez / Saint-Raphaël)
– 877 (La Garde-Freinet / Saint-Tropez)

Regional Express Lines (Lignes Express Régionales – LER) run, for example, from Nice airport (line 90) to Saint-Raphaël. Prices for these lines are calculated per kilometre.

Find timetables, calculate your route and check traffic information on the company’s website.

Coming by car

Think about car-sharing

Are you taking to the road to spend your holidays in Grimaud ?
Think about registering on car-sharing websites to offer your available seats to travellers who want to spend a few days in the sun while thinking of the planet.

Nearest highway exits :
– Le Muy (follow Sainte-Maxime / Saint-Tropez) : A8 – Exit 36
– Le Luc/Le Cannet des Maures (follow La Garde-Freinet / Saint-Tropez) : A57 – Exit 13.
For your information, access to Grimaud along this route is over a mountain road with many curves.

Travelling by plane

For those travelling from far away to discover our region, there are several airports in the area :
– Nice Côte d’Azur (about 1h30)
– Marseille Provence (approx. 1h30)
– Toulon / Hyères (approx. 1h)
– Saint-Tropez / La Môle (approx. 20 mins)

Coming by boat

In Saint-Raphaël, from mid-April to the end of October, a ferry line runs to the port of Saint Tropez. You can then either take a bus to Grimaud or a second boat to Port Grimaud.
– Saint-Raphaël / Saint Tropez : Les Bateaux de Saint-Raphaël
– Saint-Tropez / Port Grimaud : Les Bateaux Verts

Once on site

Getting around

The cycle path

To avoid the sometimes busy traffic in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, think of the cycle path !
From Sainte-Maxime to Saint-Tropez via Port Grimaud: 12.2 km of fully asphalted road awaits you.

From Cavalaire to the Lycée du Golfe in Gassin: 13.6 km of cycle track, shared with cars at La Croix-Valmer, and on arrival, from the Lycée du Golfe in Gassin as far as the crossroads from La Foux, from where you can then reach Port Grimaud.

Please take care: this crossroads is one of the main traffic arteries in the area and is currently not equipped for cyclists.

Free shuttle bus

From 15th June to 15th September, the municipality provides a free shuttle service with 22 seats, including one for people with reduced mobility.

It stops at various points which you can consult in the brochure or by downloading the Pysae app to follow the information in real time.

The Little Train

Electric vehicle recharge

If you drive an electric vehicle, you will find 4 charging stations in Grimaud.

Sea transport

The Bateaux Verts company offers stops at several ports in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.
In Grimaud, you can board either :
– At the church stop (at the end of the market square),
– At the Port Grimaud harbour office.

From Port Grimaud, the shuttle serves only Saint-Tropez, but once in Saint-Tropez you can go to :
– Les Marines de Cogolin,
– Sainte-Maxime,
– Les Issambres.

Car park in Grimaud

The Blue Zone

They are in operation from 1st April to 30th September from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 7pm. The parking period is limited to 1.30 hour.
The parking disk (or blue disk) should be used.

Persons holding a parking card for disabled people will be able to park on the blue zones for a maximum parking time of 12 hours.

Blue zones are located at the following locations:

– Avenue de la Cabro d’Or

– Chemin du Château

– On the dead end behind Tourist Office of Port Grimaud

– Car park of Saint-Pons-les-Mûres

Paid municipal car parks

With subscriptions

In the village: underground car park « Les Terrasses » opposite the Tourist Office (30min free)

Port Grimaud : car park “Les Terrasses de Port Grimaud” next to the Tourist Office and Rue de l’Amarrage (30min free)

Terms and conditions:

Paid parking from 1st April to 30th September in Grimaud, to 31th October in Port Grimaud.

Subscriptions entitle you to a preferential rate. It does not entitle you to an assigned parking space.

A subscription is valid for one vehicle only. Long-term parking is prohibited; the municipal police reserves the right to give a fine to a vehicle which has not moved from a parking spot. Trailers are forbidden.

Subscriptions can be bought via the app « Flowbird » on smartphone.

One week : €35
Two weeks : €60
One month : €100
Season (village): €200
Season (Port Grimaud): €230

Other car parks

Parking meters

Private car park of Port Grimaud: Paid parking from April to mid-October. For more information: +33 (0)4 94 56 49 52

In Grimaud village: Place Neuve and Boulevard des Aliziers, from April to September, every day except sundays & public holidays from 8am to 12pm and from 2pm to 7pm. The first hour is free. From October to March, every day except sundays & public holidays from 8am to 12pm and from 2pm to 6pm. The first hour is free.

In Port Grimaud, Avenue de la Mer: from April to October, every day (including public holidays) from 7am to 9pm. The first half hour is free.