Frejus is a large town that is situated in the south-eastern France. It is a municipality in the Var district of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur area. The city is popular among tourists and especially in the summer season due to favourable and pleasant climatic conditions. It is a rambling town that still preserves some remnants from Roman times.
Frejus is a historical town with many great monuments. With 2000 years of history behind it, this town of art and history in Var is steeped in historical and architectural heritage. If you are not interested in the history then you also have the option of visiting one of Frejus’ sandy beaches and spend the day relaxing on the sand in the glorious sun. You will also be able to go and explore the hills of Esterel and its unsuspected inlets and creeks. The Gulf of Frejus attracts people and is appreciated for its tranquillity. Between the town centre of Frejus and Saint-Raphael, everyone can enjoy the quintessential living of the South of France that is both pleasant and practical.
Frejus has a lot of history, making it the perfect place to go and explore. There is a cathedral in the centre of all the medieval buildings. Known as the Cite Episcopale, it was fortified and build in the 1200s on top of a far older church. There is the Musee Archeologique, home to many artefacts from the ancient city of Forum Julii, which the city has been digging up since 1800s.
There also activities in Frejus that are a little less cultured, you can visit the Aqualand, where tehre are 18 slides and pools in total, with some aimed at the little visitors and others aimed at adults. There are also multiple beaches all covered with lovely sand with access to the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean.
With an average of 24.5 °C, July is the warmest month. The lowest average temperatures in the year occur in January, when it is around 7.6 °C. On average there are 110.91 hours of sunshine per month.
Frejus take 40 minutes to get to from Nice Airport.