Fréjus Travel Guide

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  • Things to Do
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  • Roman ruins in Frejus, France
    Roman ruins in Frejus, France
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Fréjus Things to Do

  • Cloître de la Cathédrale de Fréjus

    The cloister of the Fréjus cathedral was built between the 11th and 14th centuries. Series of pointed arches resting on double Corinthian columns surround the small patio, whose ceilings are painted with beautiful small mediaeval images. Entry into the cloister is permitted for a fee.

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  • Roman remains in Frejus

    Frejus was a major city in Roman times and there's lots of ruins scattered around - all worth seeing!

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  • Saturday in the Cathedral Square, Frejus

    For an interesting and relatively inexpensive Saturday, spend the day in the Cathedral Square. There's a lovely mixed market in the morning, and then in the afternoon the wedding parties arrive to celebrate their nuptials at the Maire and at the Cathedral. In one afternoon we saw four fabulous weddings, one where all the guests wore traditional...

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  • ports near frejus

    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...

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  • Fréjus Cathedral

    Looks so nice and it has such an ancient and troubled history. The baptistery was built in the 5th century, making it oldest in Provence and one of the oldest in France. The first bishop of Fréjus was Saint Leontinus of Fréjus which has started first time the church. The church developed again from the 13th century.

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  • Fréjus town hall

    A walk in Fréjus is a breeze of fresh air, though still in the Côte d’Azur department you fell like you're already arrived in Provence. Technically speaking Fréjus is in the administrative region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur which includes Côte d'Azur and most of the provencal cities.

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Fréjus Hotels

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Fréjus Restaurants

  • It does exactly what it says on the tin!

    Just a very typical little Brasserie on the Place de la Liberte in Frejus - good food, good wine, good coffee, friendly staff - just the nicest little place! Good lunch time salads - nicoise

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  • The Best Cheese Shop in the World!

    A lovely cheese shop selling over 150 varieties of cheese. At lunchtime they do "mixed cheese plates" - about five varieties of cheese with bread and salad, washed down by a glass of wine. The staff are incredibly helpful and knowledgeable about their wares - which are delicious! Euro 11 Cheese plate - lovey strong unusual cheeses.

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  • English fish and chips in france

    The location of this restraunt is lac St Casien upon arrival you walk through a small dinning room and out onto a grand terrace overlokking the lake.The men uis a bit pricey but the food is fantastic monday to thusrday they have a normal menu om fridyas they serve fish and chips home made steak and kidney pie very popular with the ex pats and local...

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  • Port Frejus

    Les copains is a family run restraunt set in port Frejus They also own a fish restraunt next door both restraunts seat about 40 people and both have a wonderfull atmosphere.Yo is the name of the main waiter who learned to speak english via video games and has a charismatic personality nothing is too much trouble.Upon arrival normaly you will be...

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  • Typically French

    Great food at a good price. Very child friendly despite the formal appearance. Look out for the Minor Bird who is bi-lingual and great fun for the kids.

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  • A Taste of PC (Provence/Cote d'Azur,...

    Being able to dine outside means nearly everything to me. That means my dog can come along, and if there's a nice view, all the better. Les Micocouliers has this as it's situated in the square across from the cathedral and the food was fresh and yummy. Luckily, it was warm too :-) There were 4 of us plus my dog all together and everyone enjoyed...

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Fréjus Nightlife

  • by dj.daz Written Jan 6, 2008

    Luna park is a fun fair open untill 2am from june through till the first week in september.
    The park has a childrens fair in the middle with lots of rides for the toddlers.
    For the thrill seekers ther is bungey jumping the sky rider and other usual hair raising attractions.
    Also the usual type of side stalls and rides.
    Numerous snack bars that serve a variety of snacks i recomend the viel Kebab its out of this world proper meat not the usual rubbish you buy after a night out in the uk.

    Dress Code: Anything goes

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Fréjus Transportation

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    A friendly Fr��jusian donkey poses.

    by emilesc Updated Jun 30, 2004

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    I'm not suggesting you take a donkey to Fréjus. :-)

    I took the train from Cannes to St. Raphael, then took the bus to La Chapelle Cocteau. You can take the train to Fréjus, but the train stops more often at St. Raphael, and sometimes runs express.

    From the train station, go to platform 7 and catch the number 13. It's off the beaten path and takes about a half hour. Make sure to ask the driver where to catch the bus for the return trip.

    Call the chapel for seasonal hours so you don't make the trip in vain!

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Fréjus Shopping

  • Lovely wine shop in Frejus

    Lovely old 17th Century building with a very good selection of Provencal wines Provencal wine Depends on quality

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  • Frejus

    There Are a variety of markets in Frejus the Provencal markets are a bit of a tourist trap but you expect that on holidays. However on sturday Morning there is an arab Market held by the Romen Theatre in Frejus old town. This is a market for the locals and is as David Dickinson would say cheap as Chips selling Clothes Shoes ( high Qulity leather...

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  • Trash or Treasure

    While you'll be able to find mostly produce sold in this open market, there's much more too. You are bound to find something you like, whether it's something to eat or to keep. Spices, Herbs, Fresh Produce, Local crafts, lavender, and......WINE! Fréjus is in the region of the Côte de Provence wines, so if you're not into provence style...

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Fréjus Local Customs

  • Wine, the speciality of each French town

    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...

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  • Dazzling architecture on ... cemetries

    The French honour their parted family members with amazing grave monuments and architecture. A view over the average cemetry in a town will leave you speechless, as whole houses are built to remind the once that have past away into another world.

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  • Remembering the world-wars and honouring...

    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...

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Fréjus Warnings and Dangers

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    'I'm Not Delicious, Don't Shoot Me!

    by lulujones Updated Mar 15, 2003

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    If you'll be hiking or mountain climbing in this region please note that hunting season for wild boars begins in august. All other game hunting starts at the end of September.

    DEFINITELY ask around before your outdoor activities. Keep youself and your pets safe.

    They say that the hunters are very careful but accidents do happen...

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Fréjus What to Pack

  • Dont Forget

    Basic First aid especialy things like Tcp Sunblock / After sune 111 First aid a lot of the medical products / brands you use in the uk may differ in france but my advice is to be prepared as sometimes the language barrier may complicate things.Dont think it wont happen to you as it just might one day! Always pack a pair of Speedo type swimming...

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  • Day Hike Near Barrage

    Day Pack sturdy and COMFORTABLE hiking boots or walking shoessummer - shorts, loose clothing, hat, sunglasseswinter - warm clothing, gloves, hat, ear warmersrain ponchonote: weather condition can change drastically within a day so it doesn't hurt to carry a variety of clothing* sun screensmall first aid kitspace blanketno repellent...

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  • Fréjus Hotels

    3 Hotels in Fréjus

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Fréjus Off The Beaten Path

  • Old towns, narrow streets, little green

    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...

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  • Many other ancient buildings throughout...

    To really catch the spirit of Frejus, do not only focis on the two main items in this wonderful ancient town. Walk around and enjoy the atmosphere that hangs in almost all centre alleys, streets, places, squares and corners. Admire the old "unknown" buildings and taste history. In the picture for example is a very old church that is situated on the...

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  • SHEEP THRILL

    I had to add this picture to really show the giant ball of wool!i've lived mainly in cities so this serendipitous event was such an awesome experience for me, and i got that feeling like when i was a child - of being emotionally tickled awake; i was completely awe struck and happy.

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Fréjus Favorites

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    History Engraved in Wood

    by lulujones Updated Mar 15, 2003

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    Favorite thing: 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...

    Fondest memory: Awe inspiring hike in the valley where you can find the Barrage de Malpasset. (please see the MUST SEE activities)

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