Fréjus, named Forum Julii during the Roman Empire, was one of the most prosperous cities in Roman times. Discover the history of this ancient city, as you browse among the remains of one of the most important port cities in the Mediterranean.
From these ancient times vestiges of the arenas, the aqueduct and the Roman theatre are still visible. The Malpasset dam, which was breached in the 1950s, was considered the worst catastrophe of the 20th century.
Today, the remains can be visited during a beautiful walk in the maquis. In Fréjus, you can also relax along the seafront where the many bars and restaurants mean you can enjoy a drink and a good meal.
In Port Fréjus, the singing of the boat masts will seduce you. Discover the nature base, a place for entertainment, rest, activity and enjoyment. A former air force base, the Nature Base François Léotard will offer the whole family fun and entertainment.