Port Grimaud, a seaside town of the Gulf of Saint Tropez
Affectionately named the Venice of Provence, Port Grimaud is a seaside town situated in the Gulf of Saint Tropez.
This town is composed of an astonishing and unique architectural mix, built by the architect François Spoerry at the end of the 1970s. A lover of the sea, the latter created a modern counterpart to Venice in Italy.
Since 2002, it has been accorded twentieth century architectural heritage status by the Ministry of Culture.
USEFUL INFORMATION :
Distance between the Cap Taillat campsite and Port Grimaud : 13.6 kilometres