Spending your campsite vacations in Grimaud or Port Grimaud means enjoying both an authentic medieval village and a lakeside city that can be visited on foot or by boat, like or almost like… Venice! And by staying in our campsite in the Gulf of St. Tropez in Ramatuelle, it is as if you were there because it will take you only 10 minutes to get there!
While strolling along the quays, you will contemplate the multicolored facades of the fishermen’s houses and their boats at the mooring. You will walk on the Venetian bridges that connect the different islands of the lake city. Finally, don’t forget the view from the contemporary church and the lively terraces in the evening.
Mobile home rental Port Grimaud
If you are looking for a mobile home to rent in Grimaud or a campsite in Port Grimaud in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, come and discover our campsite nestled in a green setting. Our rentals are all installed on pleasant grassy plots and separated for more intimacy, some overlook the Var vineyards and others have a personal Jacuzzi, they all have a beautiful shaded terrace with garden furniture and are located near Grimaud.
Choose an accommodation that suits you in our nature range and its air-conditioned wooden cabins perfectly equipped with full kitchen and bathroom: Loggia bay of 30 m² for 5 people maximum with 22 rooms or sweet flower premium cabin of 43 m² with 2 rooms for 4 to 6 people, from 62 € the day. The comfortable mobile homes are also popular with families, eco or comfort range +, they range from 18 to 32 m² with 1 to 3 bedrooms for 1 to 6 people.
Our holidaymakers who wish to rediscover the pleasures of traditional campsite will choose a simple canvas accommodation or with sanitary facilities from 36 € per night for the adorable coco-sweet of 16 m² up to 4 persons.
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Tourism in Grimaud and Port Grimaud
Many activities are waiting for you as well as many places of interest to visit in the Var during your stay in campsite Grimaud. Nestled in the heart of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, the commune extends from the medieval village proudly bearing its castle overlooking the sea to the lakeside town of Port-Grimaud which can be visited by boat.
Two different atmospheres then: on the village side, plan a visit to the Castle, a medieval emblem of the city dating from the ⅩⅠth century and stroll through the cobblestone streets of this listed site. Many other monuments are to be noted such as the church of Saint-Michel which is the oldest church of Romanesque style of the Gulf.
On the seaside, the city is labeled as XXth century heritage thanks to the unique concept invented by the architect François Spoerry who imagined a modern city that would bend to the demands of fishermen: a house with a boat to be moored in front. You can do the visit on foot, but also treat yourself to a magical boat ride on the canals.
Note the superb stained glass windows designed by the painter Vasarely visible in the church of Saint François d’Assise, not to be missed during your campsite vacations in Port Grimaud. A visit to the Heritage Museum is a must in the region, bringing together several buildings, a forge, an old oil mill, a village house, it wonderfully retraces Provencal life and its traditional activities over the centuries.