The Zoo Fréjus is a zoological park of 20 hectares where you can discover different species on foot or by car to spend a pleasant day with the family. You will see different animals such as lions, tigers, hippopotamuses, zebras, monkeys, marsupials and also ungulates like elephants. You can also see birds (toucans, ostriches, parakeets, flamingos, crows, swans, storks), reptiles (iguanas, turtles) and camelids like guanacos.
You have just crossed the gates of the zoological park of Fréjus in the Var? Take the time to follow the recommended itinerary so that you do not miss the visit. Plan a whole day to see everything, as your children will want to approach and observe the animals. There are toilets at several locations in the park, picnic tables near the entrance, a refreshment bar and a sandwich shop.
The park organizes educational activities during school holidays and weekends. Their goal: to introduce children to the relationship between animals and healers so that they better understand the role of humans in the protection of animals. These specific visits are focused on protection and conservation, but also have a playful dimension so that young visitors can learn while having fun. Feeding sessions, animations with the vultures or the chimpanzee: the educational visits of the zoo of Fréjus leave no visitor indifferent.
The zoo of Frejus is easily accessible. By car, exit north of the city and take the D37. Go straight. The park is on the other side of the industrial area of Capitou and the A8, one of the main highways in the PACA region that connects Cannes and Aix-en-Provence. If you come from Aix-en-Provence, Nice or Cannes, take exit 38 of the A8 motorway. The park is open every day of the year. Schedules vary according to the seasons. Remember to check the campsite or visit the zoo's website (http://zoo-frejus.com/) if you intend to go there.