Why choose to stay in Frejus campsite?
You will spend a fantastic holiday staying in this city full of history, located between the Estérel massif and some of the most beautiful beaches of the French Riviera. Take advantage of this camping opportunity in the south, and participate in various country and beach activities for the whole family.
Throughout the ages, the inhabitants of Frejus have left their mark, and a visit to the historic city centre will allow you to see remnants of the Roman and medieval eras. With an amphitheatre, aqueducts, villas and chapels, there are all kinds of great photo opportunities here!
Fréjus is also the sea and the countryside, and during your camping holiday here thanks to Sud Est Vacations, you can discover all the beautiful features of this Provencal region. You will love Frejus, with its marina, where you will see the traditional boats called pointed, as well as rocky coves and various beaches. The Customs Trail is a new way to explore the coastline.
Severy times during the summer, Fréjus dresses in her festive clothes. You can come and enjoy the regattas, cruises and water tournaments very impressive. With boats fighting each other, rowers and jousters with their wood, spears trying to push themselves into the water.
The popular tourist resort of Frejus has an excellent range of restaurants, shops and bars, as well as a market on Thursdays and Saturdays. There is also a beautiful beach which is ideal for water sports enthusiasts. You can enjoy a fantastic family day at Aqualand, a huge water park with many pools and slides of all descriptions. Travel underground by visiting the amazing underground cave of the Cave of Dark Balm. Tours take you 70 metres underground through spectacular ornate rooms
Where is Frejus?
The city of Fréjus is a large French city located in the south-east of France, in the Var department of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azu
What to do in Frejus when it rains?
- The air of the game in Frejus - a family moment over a drink and a board game!
- Musée by Louis de Funès - Discover the rooms, posters, sets and awards of the favorite French actor.
- Sel raphael Cultural Centre - Visit an exhibition at the cultural centre of Saint-Raphael.
- Fayence Agricultural Museum - Discover the manufacture of flour and olive oil since the 18th century at the Agricultural Ecomuseum of Fayence.
- Grotte of Dark Balm - an underground cavity up to 60 m deep.
Where to eat in Frejus?
- My Fromager: The cheese maker not only sells cheese, he also prepares it in tasty lunches in his charcuterie-style restaurant at the cheese counter and on the street outside.
- The Artists' Entrance: Brothers Seb and Chris Terrier run this intimate bistro with its pleasant terrace at the front overlooking a square in the historic centre.
- Maison de la Tarte: pies of all kinds (lemon meringue, pear and chocolate, raspberry and almond, etc.), fill the front window and the back bars
Where to go out in Frejus?
- Pub: very well located and good atmosphere overall.
- K'fé malté: the best place to drink wine or craft beer.
- The Caves du Roy: by far the best club in the world, with such atmosphere and incredible music
How do I get to Frejus by train?
- Paris - Frejus: about 4 hours and 48 minutes
- Bordeaux - Frejus: about 8 hours and 47 minutes
- Lyon - Febjus: about 6 hours and 13 minutes
- Toulouse - Frejus: about 9 hours and 52 minutes
- Marseille - Frejus: about 2 hours and 51 minutes
- Lille - Frejus: about 10 hours and 34 minutes
What are the most beautiful beaches in Frejus?
- The nature base beach of Fréjus stretches along François Leotard's nature base, perfect for families with children.
- The beach of Port Fréjus is located west of Port Fréjus, accessible by the Boulevard de la Mer.
- The Republic Beach, one of the most popular in Frejus
What are the major tourist sites in Frejus?
- Cathedral of Frejus: simple and attractive style, the main building dates back to the 12th century.
- The Church of Saint Maximinus: a beautiful 15th century church
- Port and Frejus beach: modern and pleasant to explore, with the style of traditional Provençal houses in pastel colours.