Fréjus, a town filled with history, used to be the biggest Roman harbour of the Mediterranean Sea. Today, it is a beautiful and popular beach resort with a lot of heritage. The town counts 29 protected monuments, with, amongst others, the amphitheatre, the Roman aqueduct and the medieval Episcopal monuments.
This former military town is located at the mouth of the Argens, bordered by the Esterel massif and the Maures massif. Once a Roman trading post, Fréjus is now a famous seaside resort that attracts many visitors every year. If you are looking for a place to stay to visit Fréjus and the surrounding area during your next holiday, Camping Les Pêcheurs is located in Roquebrune-sur-Argens, only 11 kilometres from the beautiful beaches of Fréjus.
Although the city is best known for its historic monuments, the activities and other leisure activities are also diversified, starting with water sports. Among the water sports you will find among others jet sky and flyboard, but there are also schooner rides, water treasure hunting, scuba diving, as well as guided and commented water walks.
While activities at sea are extremely exciting, they are no less interesting on land. Indeed, for the pleasure of adults and children alike, photo rallies are organized to awaken everyone's artistic sense. So bring your camera or phone, and discover all the interesting places in the city and capture them to keep nice memories. You can also take part in other guided tours that lead to the famous ruins of the Malpasset dam, or that tour all the places of interest in the city itself in the evening.
Among the must-see places in Frejus are the Archaeological Museum of Frejus, the Museum of the Navy Troops of Frejus, the Aqualand Water Park, the Marina, the Amphitheatre, the Chapel of Our Lady of Jerusalem, the Cathedral of St. Leonce, or the Frejus Railway Station. There are many tourist sites, remember to organize your program if you only have one day.
After your escape through the city, now it's time for culinary discoveries. During your stay in this Provençal city, indulge yourself and taste the various local specialities that have made the region famous. Among the must-sees are tapenade, ratatouille, tart tropezienne, as well as Bandol wines, Côtes de Provence and Coteaux Varois. You won't find a better way to spice up your holidays with family or friends.
So don't forget to visit Fréjus from the Les Pêcheurs campsite so that your stay in the Var will be unforgettable.