Port Grimaud, small French Venice, lakeside village, is registered on the Heritage of the XXth century.
Before 1966 the bottom of the gulf was a swamp. That year, François Spoerry (designer of the tower of Europe in Mulhouse), began the creation of what was going to become Port Grimaud today.
More than 2400 housing (among which 1100 detached houses), 2000 moorings, 7 km of channels and 12 km of quays, shape Port-Grimaud.
A total of 90 hectares welcomes approximately 500 000 visitors a year.
Most visited site in France in 2000.