Les Domaines De Saint Endreol Frejus

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Route de Bagnols en Foret, La Motte en Provence, Frejus, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 83920, France
Les Domaines de Saint Endreol
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10 days in Frejus

by Malcolm_Ostermeyer

Hi Folks;
We're going en famille to Frejus for 10 days in June - we (Carol & me) are 59/60 and enjoy archaeology and local history, wildlife (especially birdwatching), scenery, food and wine; Si and Amanda (mid-30's) enjoy food and wine, the beach and shopping, and Frazer (12) enjoys beach activiites. We're hiring a car for the whole 10 days.
Could anybody give us some ideas for:
1. Places to visit (eg. Canyon de Verdon)
2. Bars and bistros in Frejus
3. Good beach places
Would a train ride to Monte Carlo be possible?

Re: 10 days in Frejus

by Beausoleil

It is definitely a stretch timewise, but you might enjoy a trip to the Parc Ornothologique in the Camargue. It's 225 km so you may not want to go that far and return in a day. I mention it because the birdwatching is fabulous. There are walking paths and they have viewing platforms you can use as well as benches along the trails. Frazer might enjoy a horseback ride through the Camargue after (or during) the birdwatching. The Camargue cowboys (Guardiens) are great fun to watch and there is a wonderful sand beach at Stes. Maries de la Mer just down the road from the Parc. There is no charge for the beach and plenty of free parking . . . and wild flamingoes in the lagoons across the road.

You might make a two-day trip of it and visit Arles nearby. It is a lovely town for both history buffs and art lovers. The food is pretty good too. 8^)

Grasse is fun on Saturdays with the flower market. I enjoy the Fragonard Perfume Museum too. You could drive to Vence (Old Town is nice) and St. Paul de Vence to enjoy a cobblestone village with good restaurants, lots of galleries and the Maeght Foundation up by the parking lot. The art is fabulous and the views from the Maeght are spectacular.

If you enjoy cute villages, I can recommend Gourdon and Tourrettes-sur-Loup (spelled Tourettes sur Loup here on VT if you are looking for it). They are small but lovely and the drive to and from is wonderful as are views from the villages.

Have a great trip. We'll be there in early June also.

Re: 10 days in Frejus

by Malcolm_Ostermeyer

Hi there;
many thanks.
Carol and I stayed in Tarascon a couple of years ago and went to the Camargue - the Ornothological Park is extraordinary and well worth a visit, I agree. However, it's a bit far for a there-and-back trip in a day and we couldn't afford to stay overnight somewhere so that's dfficult.
However your other recommendations are really useful and very much appreciated, thank you!
Best wishes,

Re: 10 days in Frejus

by firechick

The Gorge du Verdon is very beautiful and I can recommend visiting or staying the town of Aiguines which is on a hill overlooking Lac St Croix and near access to hikes down into the Gorge. Some of the hikes are strenous because they involve climbing up/down ladders into the gorge - you can probably ask at the local tourist office if there is an 'Accompagnateur' (hiking guide) who can take you on a walk there - they know the local history, flora and fauna and can point out things you would miss yourselves. Especially if you tell them you are interested in birds, they may know of a good spot to bring you. I made a (small) page with some photos and details here: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/4c4e4/220b8/

Re: 10 days in Frejus

by sunsandsea

Hi, We are off to Frejus in June 2008, just checked the weather and its fab and sunny and hot for our 2 weeks, i would recommend st tropez, and port grimaud ports, very pretty wonderful luxury boats to admire, nice outdoor dining in Port Grimaud too its like little venice thats its nickname, and its so true all the houses are set on the watersedge you can go on a trip on a boat around the area for about 20 mins under the little bridges. Theres a car park just opposite pay and display.

Have fun. Kim

Travel Tips for Fréjus

Look Closely

by lulujones

Don't be fooled by this tiny, ancient village. It's not like any other. If you pay attention, you'll see the beautiful details... Awe inspiring hike in the valley where you can find the Barrage de Malpasset. (please see the MUST SEE activities)

Wine, the speciality of each French town

by Pavlik_NL

Who knows better then the French to make a deliscious wine. Frejus has a few winehouses and one deserves special attention as it is in warm connection with the ancient past of the town. "Les Celliers des Romains" (the Roman cellars) is practically a neighbor of the Arena and has a wide variation of wines and liquors. During most working days (except roughly from 12:00 to 14:00 hours) one can buy at the "factory" or first taste a selection of there fine wines. Variating from white, rose to red, as well as with many tasty melanges.

Remembering the world-wars and honouring the death

by Pavlik_NL

Especially the first world-war (the Great War as the French call it still) made enormous amounts of victims that fanatically went to the horrifying front where heroism and bravery were killed together with millions of young souls. Every city, town and village has lost citizens. Every city, town and village remembers them with large monuments in which the names of the fallen sons of the population are mentioned, as well as in which war they fell.

Day Hike Near Barrage

by lulujones

Day Pack sturdy and COMFORTABLE hiking boots or walking shoes

summer - shorts, loose clothing, hat, sunglasses

winter - warm clothing, gloves, hat, ear warmers

rain poncho

note: weather condition can change drastically within a day so it doesn't hurt to carry a variety of clothing
* sun screen
small first aid kit
space blanket
no repellent necessary camera! WATER and containers or cups
power bars

Old towns, narrow streets, little green

by Pavlik_NL

The old towns have often little amounts of green. Many people decorate their balconies and windows with flowers or let ivy climb along some walls. But trees and flowerbeds are only available in a few larger squares. Anyway, I found it very pleasant that in Frejus there were - obviously - very old olive trees hidden in a few corners. A very pleasant surprise when walking down into history.


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