Nestled in the heart of the Massif des Maures, Grimaud has maintained its medieval character. The village is very appealing with its paved and flowered streets winding about all the way from the Romanesque church to the ruins of the feudal castle. While exploring the village you will see beautiful old houses that have been superbly renovated. A few kilometers away you can visit Port Grimaud, a seaside vacation spot imagined by the architect François Spoerry.
Grimaud Village / La Colle du Turc
Grimaud village is famous for his Medieval castle and his old olive mill. Similar to the old village of Ramatuelle and Gassin it is perched on a hill dominating the region. The houses are often bigger than the houses of its neighboring towns, some with small little gardens. The private domain, La Colle du Turc, stands on the hill just behind the old village towards La Garde Freinet. Most of the properties are located on a slope, some of them with distant sea view.
Port Grimaud / Port Cogolin / Marines de Gassin
These areas are on the waterfront of the Gulf of Saint Tropez. Similar to Venice they are penetrated by many navigable waterways with picturesque small harbors. Many of the houses have their own slips allowing direct access to their motor or sailing boats, giving a very beautiful and relaxed nautical character.
Beauvallon / Bartole / Guerrevieille / Saint Pons
These areas are facing Saint Tropez from the opposite side of the Gulf towards Sainte Maxime. Most of the properties enjoy a pleasant southern exposure, often with panoramic sea views. Private domains are nicely maintained.
The short distance to the Golf course of Beauvallon –probably one of the most beautiful in the South of France– makes these areas attractive to Golfers as well.