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This historic town is situated in the heart of the Côte d’Azur. Frejus played a pivotal role as one of the biggest military ports of the Roman Empire, and today visitors flock to see the many historic sites here such as the amphitheatre and the fine medieval architecture. With a good selection of shops and restaurants, Frejus is also a very popular coastal resort. Just a couple of kilometres from the town, the beach is sandy and sheltered, stretching all the way round to the adjoining town of St. Raphael.
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Pissaladière, socca, soupe au pistou, raviolis niçois, ganses, tourtes de blette… just a few examples of local specialities to enjoy during your stay.
Asian restaurants, Italian cuisine
There are many cafes and restaurants in Frejus. For pre or post dinner drinks, there is a good selection of bars, several of which offer great live music during the summer months.
Open air markets are a French tradition and where they appear to buy most of their fruit and veg, which is usually of a very high standard.
There are 8 private and cooperative wineries in Frejus which will enthousiasm wine lovers.
Enjoy the numerous sea excursions and safaris.
Discover la Corniche d'Or, the l'Ile d'Or small island, the natural harbour of Agay and the Garden islands of Lerins
Children will love Luna Park, a fairground with fun rides for young and old alike
Do not miss Marineland in Antibes and the performances of killer whales, dolphins, and orcas.
Aquatica offers great features with a variety of rides and other themed entertainment.
Frejus is located midway between Saint Tropez and the Italian border. If visiting the haunts of the rich and famous appeals, there are the towns of Monaco, Monte Carlo, Nice, Cannes and St Tropez within easy reach. If you prefer the relative quiet (or cool) of the hills, there are numerous hill towns and villages, each with their own special interest. There is also spectacular geology ranging from the stiking red Massif d'Esterel, which creates awe inspiring coastal scenery between Agay and Cannes, to France's own 'Grand Canyon', the Gorge du Verdon with its steep sides leading down to a turquiose river.
The streets are really interesting to explore, offering typical sights of life in a Mediterranean French town with a history going back to Roman times.
There are many artifacts from ancient civilization lying in, and around, Frejus.
The cathedral was built during the 5th century, located in the town center near the Office of Tourism.
There are several Roman ruins, the most well preserved being the amphitheatre, which is still used for 'bull fights' and concerts during the summer.
The port provides an ideal place to relax away from the bustle of the main town and engage in 'boat watching' as crews clean, repair and prepare their boats for a trip on the Med.
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Tennis courts, Volleyball courts, Ten pin bowling, Go-karting, Bike hire, Cycle route, Fishing, Horse riding
Banana boats, Jet ski, Speed boat, Wind surfing, Parasailing, Pedaloes, Water-skiing, Sail boats, Scuba diving, Snorkelling
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