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Those who are looking for a apartment or a vacation rental in the French seaside resort Grimaud will find their domicile either in the immediate vicinity of the coast or on the hills behind the village. The Port Grimaud district, which was only created in its present form in the 1960s, has numerous cosy holiday apartments just a few metres from the water. Most of the modernly furnished apartments, from which you can also reach the historic centre of the village and Grimaud Castle in a few minutes, also have free W-Lan, balconies or terraces.Peace and relaxation away from the coast
A little further inland you will find spacious vacation rentals both on the plain and in attractive hillside locations. The apartments and houses around the historic centre of Grimaud usually have their own swimming pool as well as a large plot of land, so there is plenty of space for your children and four-legged family members. Peace and relaxation are guaranteed in such a holiday domicile in any case.
Holiday in Grimaud
Location and orientation
Grimaud is a village of 4000 souls in the Var department of the French Côte d'Azur between Saint-Tropez and Sainte-Maxime and is also known for its healing climate. The village consists of the parts Beauvallon, Saint-Pons-les-Mures, Grimaud-Village and Port-Grimaud, the latter being built in 1968 on the basis of plans by the Alsatian architect François Spoerry. Port-Grimaud resembles a modern Venice in terms of architecture and is therefore also a tourist attraction in its own right, whose charm unfolds particularly during a boat trip.Locomotion on site
The town of Grimaud offers a wealth of attractions and sights that you could easily reach on foot from your holiday home. Nevertheless, it is advisable to either arrive with your own vehicle or to book a rental car in order to fully explore the beauty of the Côte d'Azur and to be as flexible as possible. You can also visit the high society town of Saint-Tropez on a boat trip starting from the port of Port-Grimaud.
Travelers and Activities
Grimaud is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts, as the place at the Côte d'Azur offers in this regard almost everything that the heart of real water rats desires. In the Port Grimaud district, for example, there is a diving and snorkeling school, which also offers spectacular diving trips to the submarines Le Rubis and Donator, which sank in the shallow water off the coast. In addition, sailors, windsurfers and kitesurfers also get their money's worth thanks to the offshore winds in the areas around Grimaud.Grimaud for families
Basically, Grimaud is an ideal holiday destination for families, as it offers something for all members of the family, whether it is a visit to Grimaud Castle, hiking in the surrounding hills or a day on the beach. If you are looking for a little more action with the little ones outside the holiday apartment, you can also pay the local kart track an extensive visit and discover the racing driver between the piles of tyres and the smell of petrol. Who knows, maybe one of your children is the next Michael Schuhmacher?
With his victory at the Battle of Tourtour near Grimaud in 973, Count Wilhelm I of Provence finally expelled the Saracens from southern France and prevented the Arab conquerors from spreading further into Western Europe.
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The castle high above the village is the landmark of Grimaud and looks back on an eventful history, because even before the castle was built by the Grimaldi family in the 11th century, the Celtic people settled on the rocky spur. Once at the top, however, you can not only admire the ruins of the main tower and the up to seven metre high ring wall, but also enjoy the view of the hills of the Moorish Mountains lined with cork oaks, chestnuts and pine trees.2nd Stand Up Paddling at Port Grimaud Beach
The Port-Grimaud Beach borders directly on the village and invites with its fine sand and the azure blue water for bathing. If you don't feel like building sand castles or swimming, you can either relax under a parasol and enjoy the view over the Mediterranean Sea or try Stand Up Paddling. Thanks to the low waves, the conditions at Port-Grimaud Beach are optimal.3. Celebrations in Saint-Tropez
If you travel without your children or have someone to look after the little ones in your holiday home, you should definitely make a detour to the high society stronghold of Saint-Tropez, only 12 kilometres away. Especially the beach bars and the nightlife should not be missed, because who knows which star or little star you happen to run across with a cocktail in your hand?