|Overlooking Grimaud from the château showing part of a restored round tower on the far left.|
|Framing the church of St Michel through a slit window.|
|The last surviving moulin beside the Garde river.|
From the château, you can look northwards towards the Maures and see below the last surviving 17th century windmill of St Roch, once called the Moulin de la Gardiolle.
There were once a number of such mills built along the waterway.
The old stone tower and blades were renovated in the 1990s which today gives you a good idea of what the original string of windmills along the banks of the Garde river must have looked like.
If you climb high enough on the other side of the château, you can take in the view over the terracotta-roofed town of Grimaud below, dominated by the 12th century church of St Michel with its square clock tower.
|The crenelated battlements that surround the château with the blue Mediterranean in the distance.|