Stay in Fréjus in the Var

Fréjus is a city located in the Var department along the Mediterranean Sea in the Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur area. It currently has a little over 55.000 inhabitants. Fréjus is located in the east of the department, just next to the Alpes Maritimes.

Where to stay in Fréjus?

Discover below our selection of guest rooms, cottages, holiday rentals and hotels in Fréjus :

NameType of accommodationBooking
Villa ColombierApartmentI book at the best price
Domitys Les Côteaux de l'EsterelAparthotelI book at the best price
CGH Résidences & Spas Villa RomanaAparthotelI book at the best price
Zenitude Hôtel-Résidences La Tour de MareAparthotelI book at the best price
Les mimosasApartmentI book at the best price

Here is the list of important services in a bed and breakfast for family vacations : heated swimming pool, breathtaking sea view, jacuzzi, etc...

What to do in Fréjus?

Fréjus is a city of art with a very rich history that dates back to Roman times. It is therefore quite naturally that you will be able to discover this rich heritage. The remains of the Roman aqueduct testify to the Roman know-how in terms of water supply. The arenas of Fréjus were the scene of fratricidal fighting when Fréjus was still Forum Julii.

The cloister of the cathedral of Fréjus is really magnificent. This Romanesque monument dates from the 13th century. You will be able to observe a unique medieval bestiary. The cloister is adjacent to the Saint-Léonce cathedral.

Fréjus is also a city facing the sea. You can walk to Port Fréjus, a canal that goes up to the city centre. Fréjus on the beach side is a stretch of fine sand of more than one Km entirely dedicated to idleness. If you want to practice water sports, go to the beach of Saint-Aygulf, which is very popular for kitesurfers.

Need to recharge your batteries in the heart of nature? To the ponds of Villepey. This natural area protected between land and sea is the refuge of many species of birds and small mammals.

What to do around Fréjus?

Fréjus is located by the sea. Going west, you will reach Sainte-Maxime and Saint-Tropez. To the east, you will go to Saint-Raphaël with the Dramont which offers a very beautiful view of the sea and the coast. You can also go hiking in the Esterel massif with its characteristic red rocks. By going inland, you can discover Roquebrune-sur-Argens and Puget-sur-Argens.



Provence is the region where I was born and also one of the most beautiful in the world. I am very proud of it and I love to share my secrets with tourists passing through the Var and the French Riviera.