Gros Caillou is one of the districts forming the 7th arrondissement. It is the 28th administrative neighbourhood and covers an area of 138.3ha. This neighbourhood is home to the true symbol of Paris city and the entire France.
The Gros Caillou neighbourhood borders the Seine on its left bank, which forms the limit of the district’s northern part. It is connected by the right bank neighbourhoods through Pont de l’Alma and Pont des Invalides. Triangular in shape, it is bounded by Avenue de la Bourdonnais to the south-west and separated from the Invalides neighbourhood by Boulevard de la Tour-Maubourg to the east.