You probably think that there is only one Venice, in Italy? But it’s not so. France can boast of its own “Venice” over the last 50 years. If you want to see this place with your own eyes and make wonderful photos, you should visit Grimaud. This city is a realization of ambitions of one French engineer, who could create picturesque small islands connected by intricate bridges. A tour of Grimaud will give you a lot of positive emotions and impress with unusual architectural solutions. In the Grimaud suburbs you’ll find the church of Saint Michel represented by the cruciform building. Another interesting historical monument is the Chapel of the Penitents erected in the 15th century. A visit to the Windmill will easily transfer you to the medieval France.
But the main attraction of Grimaud is La Maison des Templiers. It’s believed that the Holy Grail was hidden in this building in the 16th century. This fact attracts many travelers, historians and those who just want to find out the secret of power of the Order of Knights Templar.