Port Grimaud

Port Grimaud was built in 1966 by French architect Francois Spoerry. Architect and sailor, he realized his dream of having a boat right in front of his doorstep – a fishing village and yacht harbour according to his imagination in Saint Tropez bay.

Since then, Port Grimaud has become an idyllic provencal village with shops, restaurants, pharmacies, doctor’s surgeries, churches etc.

Port Grimaud is the most elaborate lagoon town in the whole Mediterranean, serving as an example for many iterative property complexes.

In Port Grimaud, all houses come with their own boat landing stage.

The size of the houses and landing stages has been determined according to the needs of the inhabitants.

Port Grimaud is an exclusive harbour across from Saint Tropez. Sheltered from the easterly wind and regional Mistral, with its 27 hectare of water, 15km long quay walls, a minimum water level of 3.50m at the harbour entrance and 2.15m in the canals, Port Grimaud offers a unique water landscape.


Villa Helikon is located in one of the most sought-after regions surrounding Grimaud – in the Domaine Beauvallon mountains.

From the hills above Saint Tropez bay you can enjoy a breathtaking 27-degree view of Saint Tropez and its peninsula on one side, as well as vineyards and the Provence on the other side.

The exclusive Beauvallon Golf Club and its Fairways are situated right below Villa Helikon, with a clear vista.

This property benefits from its unique location in close proximity to the surrounding towns of Sainte-Maxime and Saint Tropez, as well as the world-renowned beaches along the Pampelonne.

Saint Tropez

A small harbour town that has become famous: Approximately 70 Kilometres south of Cannes, right on the beautiful Côtes d’Azur, lies the glamorous Saint Tropez. This town, which belongs to the French Département Var and lies in the eastern fringe of the Massif des Maures, is fondly referred to as „St. Trop“ by its inhabitants.

Saint Tropez started off as a small fishing village, which experienced an overwhelming economic boom in the 1950s. Nowadays it’s famous for its harbour promenade and its vibrant nightlife. However, also tourists who want to experience the unspoilt nature of the Côte d’Azur, are drawn to Saint Tropez: Despite the tourism, there are lots of natural beaches and a unique coastline to be found, which invite visitors to relax and dream. Grimaud and Sainte-Maxime are but a few Kilometres away.