Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 8.30pm
Saturday from 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 5.30pm
Port Grimaud is a lakeside city in the Gulf of Saint Tropez. This small village is only 50 years old, but it has already joined the major leagues by being recognised for its 20th century heritage since 2002. With its Provencal architecture overlooking the lagoon and location in one of the most beautiful gulfs on the French Riviera, it truly is an exceptional area. Enjoy the delicious local aioli and tapenade at your holiday rental in Port Grimaud.
In Port Grimaud, the colourful facades of the buildings are the only thing breaking up the endless blue skies and the deep blue of the sea. Each house has its own docking ring for their boat. Let yourself get carried away at your holiday rental in Port Grimaud for the time of a stroll or a boat ride.
The surroundings of Port Grimaud are also of legendary beauty: the Gulf of Saint Tropez, Sainte Maxime, the Maures Massif... There’s more to the French Riviera than its beaches and marinas! The citadel of Saint Tropez which dates from the 18th century is an absolute must see, even just for its unobstructed views over the gulf. Put on your walking shoes and set off in search of the fairies of the Maures Massif and the little tortoises of Hermann.
Located just 150m from the sea, Les Prairies de la mer***** offers fully equipped mobile homes for 6 people. This holiday accommodation with kids’ club in Port Grimaud also offers a leisure centre including two heated pools and a spa. Everything you need for an enjoyable stay in Var.
Tanning afternoons are fun, but why not complement it with water activities? Paddle, canoe, towed buoys or even parasailing: the choice is yours!
You will find a multitude of good restaurants all around your accommodation. And if you are in the mood for Mediterranean and Italian cuisine choose Lily's restaurant. Well-presented plates, fresh and well-cooked products... it makes your mouth water!
You will find many trails for beautiful walks near Port-Grimaud. Why not venture on the Calade path? You will be able to see the old aqueduct that supplied the village with water.