This provence- style residence is set in a 16- hectare landscaped pedestrian estate and it's made up of small, two- to three-floor buildings in tiers on a hillside.
Grimaud is a medieval village near the sea. Points of interest are: The medieval village of Grimaud and the ruins of the 11th century castle, the Romanesque church of Saint- Michel, rue des Templiers, Chapel of Penitents, the mill Saint- Roch and the Bridge of Fees. The lakeside city of Port Grimaud has colorful houses covered with Roman tiles, separated by canals, streets, shaded squares and small bridges.
There are several activities for relaxation, such as: swimming pool, tennis, pitch and putt, volleyball court and children's playground.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV