The swimming pool at Trimurti Village is open from May to October. Surrounded by the Var countryside, it’s a great place to unwind. Swimwear must be worn all year round.
Next to the reception building (a Provençal farmhouse), the Aerium is a large covered structure that’s ideal for resting and relaxing in the shade, or for outdoor activities.
Located at the top of the estate, the Boma is a covered area that celebrates all the different cultures that influenced Michel Sokoloff. Explore it like a museum, or just go there to meditate on the various doors.
Going from one end of Trimurti Village to another is quite a walk, but there are also a few paths continuing on from the boundaries of the site... A great way to explore the area!
At the very top of the estate, you’ll find a bench where you can stop and admire views of the Mediterranean Sea and the Bay of St Tropez. Take the time to stop and enjoy a moment’s contemplation…
On the maps that we have marked and put online: you can zoom, request a google-map rendering, IGN or satellite, depending on your reading preferences.
Good ballads !
Departure : behind the Source building , facing the sea view, turn left on the path,
Back to reception of Trimurti
Attention to our neighbors please ... on this course
at the northern point of the course (about 500 m after the start), please bypass the private properties.
To discover all the activities in the region, consult the website of Cogolin Tourism Office
The beaches of the Mediterranean are close by, just a few minutes away: the Marines de Cogolin, Port-Grimaud and of course the Gulf of St Tropez await you. If you’re the athletic type, water skiing, paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking are available, along with many other water sports.
A short walk away, you’ll find the châteaux of Grimaud, Bertaud and Garcinières, the Château Saint Maur, Château de Chausse and all the neighbouring estates where great wines are made. For hikers and adventurers, there’s the discovery trail and the mountain ridge path, not forgetting the botanical trail. There’s no shortage of outings to enjoy in the Massif des Maures, and if walking isn’t your thing, maybe you’ll enjoy the karting or mini-golf!