is the oldest golf course in the Var. Recently extended to 18 holes, the Beauvallon course, located near Sainte-Maxime, turns out to be rather easy to play. If players do not encounter major difficulties, the course is not to be played without technical expertise. On the environmental side, the flat land surrounded by pine trees offers magnificent views over the Gulf of St. Tropez. Golfers will love the charm of its gently rolling and pleasantly wooded fairways.
Built 85 years ago, the course is located in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez between Saint Tropez and Sainte-Maxime in the village of Grimaud. With a southern exposure overlooking the sea, the golf enjoys an exceptional location with unique views of Saint-Tropez, Gassin and Grimaud, all in a wooded area with cork oak trees, mimosa and umbrella pine. The fairways wind between houses and forest. The few houses, built for the majority well after the course, fit perfectly into the Mediterranean landscape of the course.