A two-day break
A brief stay at the Campanile Frejus Hotel will enable you to indulge in Frejus’ history, starting with the church of St. Maximinus, the place where the head of St. Mary Magdalene is honoured. More Roman sights include Rue du Théâtre Romain, a very serene environment, and the Oval Arena, which has hosted rock concerts over the years, well worth a visit.
A week-long stay
With Frejus being Gaul’s oldest Roman city, a week's stay is enough to uncover more of the history. The medieval centre is made up of 19th century mansions, cafes and pastel-tinted houses and is the most vigorous part of town. A Roman amphitheatre, remains of the Aqueduct arches and a cathedral make for pleasant viewing and will easily fill your stay in Frejus.
A family holiday
The Aqueduct Park offers great lawns, which are not only ideal for kids to play on, but they also serve as a great spot for a picnic. There is also a small playground area. Parc Zoologique is located just 6km north of the town and is great for the family and, although Frejus is a mile inland from the coast, it has its own beach and marina so there is chance to enjoy any of its 300 days of sun a year.