• Nearest Beach: St Aygulf 3km

  • Nearest River: Direct Access

  • Nearest Town: St Aygulf 3km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • Frejus: 6km
    • St Raphael: 8km
    • Roquebrune: 11km
    • Port Grimaud: 21km
    • Cogolin: 25km
    • St Tropez: 27km


The popular port town of Fréjus is a short drive from the parc and has a selection of bars, restaurants and shops, a great beach and historical ruins as well as a water park and zoo. St Raphael, too, is a popular town thanks to its modern attractions including a casino and a number of bars, but also its historical points of interest along with its archaeological museum and a number of art galleries. Glamorous Cannes is about 45km away, perfect for a day of star-spotting.

Days Out

riviera sightseeing, aqualand water park, cote d azur


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.

Parc Zoologique de Fréjus

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.

St Raphael

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.


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.

Roquebrune sur Argens

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.

Events in the Region

Eventss, Bravade à Fréjus

Bravade à Fréjus

Every year, on the third weekend after Easter, the town of Fréjus, celebrates the feast day of Saint Francis de Paul. This historic festival, ‘La Bravade’, includes colourful parades with locals dressed in traditional costumes accompanied by the sounds of flutes and drums. There are musical performances, as well as services in the cathedral and of course a big feast. 2020 dates to be confirmed.

Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo

Monaco Grand Prix

Arguably the most coveted first-place in Formula 1! Monte Carlo's world-famous streets and hairpin bends come alive with the familiar roar of racing engines in May, surrounded by beautiful buildings and beautiful people, overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. 2020 dates to be confirmed.

Antibes regatta, Les Voiles d'Antibes

Les Voiles d’Antibes

If it's sailing that floats your boat then head to Antibes in early June! The town plays host to the grand opening of the Mediterranean Classic Yachts Regatta season - Les Voiles d'Antibes. Come along and see a selection of some the most beautiful vintage yachts (built before 1950), classic yachts (built before 1976) as well as metric classes (6 MJI, 8MJI and the 12 MJI competitors of the America's Cup from 1958 to 1987).

Tour de France

Tour de France

With grueling routes covering some of France's most beautifully scenic regions, the Tour de France is an iconic cycle race, attracting huge crowds along the route. The Grand Départ of 2020 takes place on the 27th June in the city of Nice, with the 170km route on day 1 finishing with a sprint along the Promendade des Anglais. Day 2 again starts and ends in Nice with a trip into the mountains along the way. The races finishes in Paris in July.

Events, Fête du Raisin, Frejus

Fête du Raisin, Fréjus

Fréjus has a whole host of events and festivals throughout the year. One of the main events not to be missed is the ‘Fête du Raisin’ in early August – there are traditional dances on the steps of the cathedral, wine tastings and market stalls. 2020 dates to be confirmed.

Off Parc Activities

If you fancy a boat trip then the parc offers one for free! Hop on at the campsite and the boat will take you to the golden beaches of St. Aygulf along the tranquil River Argens. If you would rather be in control of your own boat, rowing boats, dinghies, and windsurfs can all be hired within 5 km of the campsite.

Close by, 18 km away, is the coastal mountain range of Le Massif de l’esterel where you will get spectacular views of the region, especially from Mon Vinaigre, 618 metres up. The picturesque park is 320 square kilometres of rugged terrain, deep ravines and oak forests. The nature reserve within the park offers excellent hiking and mountain biking trails. Be sure to take your swimming costumes because there are beautiful mountain lakes to cool off in too.

The following activities are available off parc:

Golf 2 km from site
Horse Riding 1 km from site
Karting 3 km from site
Boat trips 12 km from site
Scuba Diving 5 km from site
Windsurfing 5 km from site
Canoeing 5 km from site
Pedalos 4 km from site
Rowing boats 2 km from site
Dinghy sailing 5 km from site