Marina de Port Grimaud
- 28 Rue Fer a Cheval, Port Grimaud, 83310, France
- +33 4 94 56 02 45
- Canal radio VHF9
Informations sur Marina de Port Grimaud
Well-protected Marina de Port Grimaud located on the coast of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and can offer 250 berths for yachts, as well as ship maintenance, supply of yachts with water and electricity, waste disposal, Wi-Fi and other services. This yacht parking is a World Heritage Site, and the picturesque streets nearby are full of restaurants, bars, cafes, clothing and souvenir shops. On the site of the city near the pier there were once swamps that were used only for hunting and farming. Tourism development here began only in the second half of the 20th century. The port of Grimaud, in which Provencal-style houses with Mediterranean architecture are located, is a dream come true. Canals cross the city, traffic is controlled on them, and each house has its own pier. The goal of the architect Port Grimaud was to
While you are in the city near the Marina de Port Grimaud, be sure to take the time to observe:
- Picturesque landscapes. Some facades are decorated with simple architectural forms (columns, capitals, etc.), some with statues or figures;
- Place du 14 juin - this square was named as a reminder of the date of obtaining permission to build a city on the lake. Obtaining approval was very painful, because there were many opposition supporters to this project;
- A monumental fountain decorated with glazed tiles of Azuleios with a portrait of the founder of Port Grimaud placed on it.
Located in Port Grimaud, tourists can easily reach important and interesting places nearby. Those who are keen on history can enjoy historical routes where they can visit attractions such as St. Michael's Church or Grimaud Castle. Yachtsmen can visit luxurious restaurants near the Marina de Port Grimaud, such as La Calypso, L'Ecurie de la Marquise, La Caravelle and others, to taste the magnificent Mediterranean and traditional French dishes of local gastronomy.
Have a wonderful vacation on the lavishly awarded sunshine of the famous Gulf of Saint-Tropez in France!