Things to do in Grimaud, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur: The Best Hiking Trails

May 16, 2022 Malia Yoakum

Discover the best top things to do in Grimaud, France including Circuit Historique de Grimaud, Balade des Bougainvilliers, Sentier de la Castellane, Sentier de la Calade, Sentier Le Pierredon, Sentier de Grimaud a Port Grimaud, Sentier le Peyron.
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1. Circuit Historique de Grimaud

6 Place de l Eglise, 83310, Grimaud France +33 4 94 55 43 83 [email protected] http://www.grimaud-provence.com/
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Circuit Historique de Grimaud

Come to discover the Provencal and medieval village of Grimaud! Lose yourself in the alleys or follow the proposed circuit, about 1 or 2 hours of walk awaits you. Discover a Provencal flowery village and stone houses. Do not miss the key monuments: the Castle dating from medieval times, the Church of St Michael and the Chapel of the Penitents.

2. Balade des Bougainvilliers

11 Place Neuve, 83310, Grimaud France +33 4 94 55 43 83 [email protected] http://www.grimaud-provence.com/fr/sinspirer/blog/experiences/bougainvilliers-grimaud/
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Balade des Bougainvilliers

Grimaud, medieval village & typical of Provence where we feel the history in the least stones. Why not go for a walk in the heart of the village while enjoying the flowering bougainvillea? These shrubs with a bright purple color are sure to impress you! The bougainvillea bloom is approximately between June and July, so this is the best time to discover them.

3. Sentier de la Castellane

45 Route Departementale 558, 83310, Grimaud France +33 4 94 55 43 83 [email protected] http://www.grimaud-provence.com/fr/une-fois-sur-place/activites-et-loisirs/sentiers-de-balades/sentier-castellane/
Sentier de la Castellane

Discover the plain and the charming neighborhoods located at the south of the village. The splendid view of the village and the hills that surround it enhances this hike. Easy hike. Departure in front of the Heritage Museum.(chemin de l'Enclos) Parking in the underground car park (free from October to March).

4. Sentier de la Calade

Allee du Souvenir Francais, 83310, Grimaud France +33 4 94 55 43 83 [email protected] http://www.grimaud-provence.com/fr/une-fois-sur-place/activites-et-loisirs/sentiers-de-balades/sentier-calade/
Sentier de la Calade

Discover the hills along the River La Garde and the old road up to the village through the oratory St Joseph. You will also discover the Fairies' Bridge (vestiges of an arch of a bridge-aqueduct). Easy hike. Parking in the cemetery parking lot, along the Mill and you will see the start of the circuit.

5. Sentier Le Pierredon

230 chemin Saint-Roch, 83310, Grimaud France +33 4 94 55 43 83 [email protected] http://www.grimaud-provence.com/fr/une-fois-sur-place/activites-et-loisirs/sentiers-de-balades/sentier-du-pierredon/
Sentier Le Pierredon

From St Roch's Mill, discover this circuit through the Fairies' Bridge (remains of an arch of a bridge-aqueduct). A nice discovery walk on the theme of fauna and flora: the dozen panels will present the main features and an interpretation of the landscape. Parking: on the parking lot of the cemetery, departure near the Mill.

6. Sentier de Grimaud a Port Grimaud

679 Route Departementale 558, 83310, Grimaud France +33 4 94 55 43 83 [email protected] http://www.grimaud-provence.com/fr/une-fois-sur-place/activites-et-loisirs/sentiers-de-balades/grimaud-port-grimaud/
Sentier de Grimaud a Port Grimaud

This circuit allows you to connect Grimaud and Port Grimaud on foot in about 1h30. It will take you about 6km to get to Port Grimaud. Nice path outside busy roads.

7. Sentier le Peyron

1591 Chemin de Saint Pierre, 83310, Grimaud France +33 4 94 55 43 83 [email protected] http://www.grimaud-provence.com/fr/une-fois-sur-place/activites-et-loisirs/sentiers-de-balades/sentier-peyron/
Sentier le Peyron

This tour will introduce you to a part of the plain of Grimaud, which has made its fortune for centuries, between cultures and wild spaces along the river. You will follow the river Giscle and vineyards and you can admire large trees: ash trees.

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