Come for a quiet holiday and discover an authentic camping spirit in Fréjus, an ancient and medieval town in the heart of Provence. Take advantage of your stay to discover the hidden wonders of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’ Azur region…
At the foot of the Massif d’Estérel, Fréjus is a typical little Provençal town, only a few miles from the Mediterranean Sea. Founded in the 1st century BC, Fréjus is full of history. From generation to generation, the city has managed to keep magnificent monuments that demonstrate the richness of its past.
In Fréjus, don’t miss:
– The Circuit des Métiers d’Arts
– The many museums and monuments
– The cloister of the Fréjus cathedral
– Events in Fréjus (Le Roc d’Azur, La Bravade, Les Nuits auréliennes…)
Fréjus is also a natural heritage of lush natural beauty, just a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean Sea, in an exceptional setting. In Fréjus, you will enjoy natural and protected surroundings, on an exceptional coastline extending over 7 kilometres, which includes one of the most important wild beaches of the East of the Var department.
A dozen kilometres from the campsite Les Pins Parasols in Fréjus, take the time to visit Roquebrune-sur-Argens, in the outskirts of the Maures forest, away from the main roads. Between tradition and modernism, Roquebrune-sur-Argens knows will surprise you. Take a stroll through the streets of Roquebrune and let yourself be carried away by its typical Provencal charm.
In Roquebrune-sur-Argens, don’t miss:
– The Heritage House
– The Castrum
– The famous Rock of the Three Crosses
Only 25 kilometres from Fréjus, you will find Les Arcs-sur-Argens. Remarkable for its medieval area overlooking the town centre, Les Arcs-sur-Argens in the Var is located near a huge communal forest in the heart of the Massif des Maures. Park your car on the town hall square and let yourself be carried through the city on foot, passing through the narrow streets and streets that go up to the castle.
In Les Arcs-sur-Argens, don’t miss:
– The Parage, in the oldest part of the city
– The ruins of the 12th century castle
– The Sainte Roseline chapel, away from the village on the D91
– The former abbey of Celle-Roubaud
– Saint John the Baptist church with its animated nativity scene
If you’re a wine lover, don’t hesitate to stop at the Maison des Vins des Côtes de Provence, a tasting centre for over 800 wines from Provence!
Bus excursions: Vintimille, Monaco, Saint-Tropez...
Should the idea of driving to mythical places such as Monaco or Saint-Tropez does not inspire you very much, The Pins Parasols campsite in Fréjus will make it easy for you! Simply book a bus that will pick you up in front of the campsite entrance, and take you to Monaco, Vintimille, Saint-Tropez… and bring you back at the end of the day. What more could you ask for?