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We went to Port Grimaud to have a stroll and dinner one evening and were pleasantly surprised by the small town with all its narrow streets and canals. If you are looking for a smaller scale Venice in France, don't go - in my opinion...More
Port Grimaud is a purpose built copy of Venice constructed in the late 1960's. It is a lovely construction with menu waterways,alleyways & charming quaysides. The port is extremely affluent it can be expensive to dine out.
There are tours & ferries at reasonable rates....More
Albeit a supposed copy of Venice, Port Grimaud does not have much of an atmosphere. It is pleasant to walk around and look at the houses and boats and see how the other half live, but other than a boat trip looking at the houses,...More
We were told this is the Venice of France. Well, not even close to the Venice of Italy. It does not have history, newer buildings, and it appears to be an area for vacation places and people with boats. So, we were disappointed because we...More
Port Grimaud is a simply wonderful destination for a holiday and especially suitable for anyone who has an interest in boats. Virtually all of the holiday apartments overlook a winding waterway that runs throughout the town in a way that is simply enchanting. Each of...More
Interesting little planned village with canals, bridges and lots of boats, somewhat patterned after the canals of Venice. Unlike Venice though, this planned community has roads and parking for cars but only for the locals. Well worth a visit to see some interesting things if...More