In 1966, Port Grimaud became a lakeside town thanks to architect François Spoérry. Since 2002, it is listed as architectural heritage of the 20thcentury. The town is an absolute must of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, located at just 4 km from the campsite. Port Grimaud offers a great stroll along its restaurants, ice-cream parlours and souvenir shops. You can also visit the 12 km of quays edged with gardens and houses of this ‘Provençal Venice’, by hiring a boat at the marina. To finish this outing, you can enjoy the ideally located beach and practise a great number of water sports: sailing, catamaran, windsurfing and stand up paddle.