Visit Grimaud with the little train

Nicknamed the Venice of Provence, Grimaud is a town full of charm. During your stay at our campsite near Grimaud, Domaine de Miremer, take time to explore the elegant streets of this Côte d’Azur town, admire the colorful facades of its houses and stroll along its canals.
If you’re staying in our beautiful region with your children, the best thing to do is hop on board Grimaud’s little train, so you don’t miss a thing of the town’s beauty.

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<h2>A course for the whole family</h2>
<p>Did you know that Grimaud is made up of two parts? On the one hand, its lagoon (Port Grimaud) and on the other, its medieval village. During your <strong>ride on the little train</strong>, you’ll discover these two facets of Grimaud:</p> <ul> <li>The <strong>medieval village of Grimaud</strong>: this is the historic heart of Grimaud. Perched on a hill, this charming medieval village features narrow streets, traditional stone houses and a feudal castle. It offers magnificent views of the surrounding region, including the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.</li> <li><strong>Port Grimaud</strong>: Port Grimaud is a modern seaside marina. It was built in the 1960s and is famous for its canals, bridges and colorful houses. This unique site combines elements of traditional Provencal architecture with city-on-the-water concepts.</li> </ul> <p>Climb <strong>aboard Grimaud’s little train</strong> and explore both this beautiful medieval village and this lakeside town rich in history.</p>

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Places not to be missed in Grimaud

Grimaud’s little train will take you to discover the most beautiful monuments and corners of this attractive Côte d’Azur town:

  • The medieval castle: all that remains today are the ruins of this castle, which offers a panoramic view over the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.
  • Port Grimaud: seated on the little train, you’ll be close enough to admire the canals, colorful facades and charming bridges.
  • Église Saint-François d’Assise: this modern church boasts remarkable architecture.
  • Place du Marché: soak up the unique atmosphere of this square, which hosts markets packed with local produce and imbued with a friendly Provencal atmosphere.
  • Le moulin de Grimaud: from the little train, you can catch a glimpse of this restored windmill, a symbol of the region’s rural history.

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Petit train de Grimaud: practical information

Grimaud’s little train runs from early February to early November. For around 50 minutes, you’ll pass through the most beautiful parts of this city in the south of France. Thanks to audio-scripted commentaries, Grimaud will hold no secrets for you!
To board this little tourist train, go to Avenue de la mer, opposite the main entrance to Port-Grimaud, or to Place Neuve in the village of Grimaud. Between 4 and 6 departures per day, depending on the time of year.
Prices: €6 for children (up to age 11) and €9 for adults.
Further information: 04 94 43 90 22 – 06 42 65 72 28