Fréjus is the home of Aqualand – the largest water park on the Côte d’Azur. It will suit all ages: there are mini parks and splash pools for younger children, jacuzzis for those wanting to relax, and scary chutes for those wanting an adrenaline rush.
St Aygulf, Riviera and ProvenceSite code: RV013
Nearest Beach: St Aygulf 3km
Nearest River: Direct Access
Nearest Town: St Aygulf 3km
- Frejus: 6km
- St Raphael: 8km
- Roquebrune: 11km
- Port Grimaud: 21km
- Cogolin: 25km
- St Tropez: 27km
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Stroll around Parc Zoologique de Fréjus and learn about important breeding work at the zoo and discover some of the world’s most endangered species.
A colourful pick and mix of historical and modern attractions: take your pick of the town’s 12th century church, Notre Dame de la Victoire, archaeological museum or the array of art galleries; then mix it up in one of the bars, take a punt at the casino, or relax the four large sandy beaches.
A bit further away (62 km) but well worth the drive is the massive Marineland complex, encompassing a farm themed attraction, one of the largest oceanariums in the world and a huge water park.
Wear your biggest sunglasses and pull your hat down low for some celeb spotting, or even get mistaken for a celebrity! The hot spot for the famous, Cannes is just over 45 km away. This city is famous for its luxury (and also the film festival) but it has also retained its history – there are lots of places of interest and many museums and art galleries.
Stroll through the archway at the base of the 16th century watch tower and you will enter a magical land... well you will enter the quintessentially French town of Roquebrune sur Argens. It is a charming little village perched on a rocky peak, with narrow streets, old buildings and a 16th century church.