The town is in the heart of the Golfe de Saint-Tropez, where land and sea mingle endlessly, and where the sun shines for 300 days a year. Grimaud is a picturesque village with its medieval character very still much evident. Perched on a hill, the first thing you will see when you arrive is its castle. The town offers the unique Côte d’Azur landscape, traditions and a remarkable culture and heritage. There is a plethora of cobbled streets, village squares, archways and restored period homes to explore. You can also visit a fresco from 1850 depicting St. Michael, St Peter and St, Bartholomew, as well as contemporary stained-glass windows made in 1975 by the jeweller Jacques Gautier.
In Grimaud there is an abundance of things to do. You can talk a stroll around the beautiful Port Grimaud where you can stop of for some food at one of the many restaurants and enjoy some lovely food whilst admiring all the boats moored up in the harbour. Visiting Chateau de Grimaud is a great morning or afternoon activity as it has been wonderfully preserved and offers magnificent views of the hills, valleys and Bay of Tropez.
Grimaud also has a number of beaches to visit. All being lovely and sandy, with clear blue water to swim in and admire the variety of fish. There are also multiple private beaches in Grimaud if you would like to hire a sun lounger and have people wait on you.
July is the warmest month of the year. The temperature in July averages 24.0 °C. In January, the average temperature is 6.8 °C. It is the lowest average temperature of the whole year. On average there are 112.92 hours of sunshine per month.
Grimaud is an hour's drive from Toulin Hyeres Airport.