A waterside town located in the heart of the Gulf of St. Tropez, Grimaud was conceived and built by the architect, François Spoerry, after 1966.
The pedestrianised streets of Port Grimaud, the little houses and flats opening onto the sea show just what a wealth of discoveries this exceptional town has to offer.
Port Grimaud is certainly one of the most beautiful waterside towns in France, where the streets are replaced by canals and cars by boats.
Grimaud village, very close by, is well worth a visit. The monuments in this medieval village stand testament to a long history. Did you know? The Gulf of St. Tropez has not always been known as such. In fact, up until the end of the 19th century, this jewel in the Mediterranean crown was known as the Gulf of Grimaud, due to its dominant position.