Grimaud, Little Venice of Provence
medieval charm

Port Grimaud in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez

Discover a destination that encapsulates all the charms of the Azur Coast! At the Port Grimaud campsite, between the sea and the vineyards, you’ll enjoy a rare environment every day: a lakeside town that can be explored on foot or by boat.

A labyrinth of canals reminiscent of Venice, with a 100% Provencal aesthetic and atmosphere. Stroll along the quays or take a boat ride past the multicolored facades!

A village in Provence in the Middle Ages

Above the marina, the hilltop village of Grimaud is a jealously preserved Provencal gem. A picturesque village that retains its authenticity like no other.

Succumb to its medieval charm on the discovery tour! It will take you from church to chapel to discover the town’s past, right up to the feudal castle , long responsible for protecting the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.

Grimaud: the land of producers and craftsmen in the Var

In the heart of Provence, Grimaud is a land of producers and artisans, an ideal destination for discovering Provencal specialties and know-how.

At the campsite in Grimaud, discover local crafts and produce at the farmers’ markets! A land of vineyards and olive groves, Grimaud is also a land of chestnuts, honey and mushrooms.

During your Marina Paradise vacation, visit the surrounding estates, including the Grimaud winegrowers’ cooperative. Discover the work of the last olive oil producer and how he perpetuates a centuries-old tradition in his mill.

plain chestnuts
seaside bike ride

Your campsite 11 minutes from Grimaud

On vacation at Marina Paradise, you’re ideally placed to enjoy both the medieval setting of the village of Grimaud and the charm of the lakeside town of Port Grimaud.

The campsite is located on the edge of the marina, allowing daily strolls along the quays and through the labyrinth of canals. The hilltop village of Grimaud, with its castle, mill and flower-filled lanes, is just a few minutes away by bike.

Discover the towns and activities around the campsite: