• Nearest Beach: Fréjus 7km

  • Nearest Lake: 30km

  • Nearest Town: Fréjus 5km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • St Raphael: 5km
    • Roquebrune: 13km
    • Cogolin: 32km
    • Port Grimaud: 35km
    • St Tropez: 35km
    • Cannes: 37km


Take the short drive from the parc into Fréjus, a town founded by Julius Caesar, where you can visit the busy port with its various cafés and restaurants, browse around the shops and sample the bars, and take in the Roman architecture in the old town. Here in Fréjus you will also find a popular zoo and Aqualand water park. Slightly further away is the historical yet modern resort of St Raphaël and further still - but well worth the visit - are glamorous St Tropez and Cannes.

Days Out

Aqualand Frejus


You can bob around in the wave pool, scream your way down the snaking chutes or splash around with the little ones in the mini park at Aqualand. The little ones will also have a whale of a time at Fun City which is an indoor soft play centre, perfect for a rainy day.

Frejus zoo

Parc Zoologique de Fréjus

Ever wanted to ask how lions roar or why a giraffe's tongue is blue? Well at Fréjus Zoo you can ask the keepers all your questions. Explore the zoo either on foot or from comfort of your car.

Frejus harbour


What a great town to be close to. The port is a bustling place, lined with restaurants and cafés, the Plage is great for seafront shopping, and the old town is where you’ll get your sightseeing fix, taking in the Roman architecture.


Cannes star spotting

Fashionable Cannes and St Tropez are easily accessible, where you can soak up the atmosphere and enjoy a little star-spotting.

St Raphael

St Raphaël

Slightly further away is the historical yet modern resort of St Raphaël. You will find lots attractions such as a cinema and casino but you can also see the 12th century church, the 19th century ‘Notre Dame de la Victoire’ and a number of art galleries and museums.

Events in the Region

Eventss, Bravade à Fréjus

Bravade à Fréjus

Every year, on the third weekend after Easter, the town of Fréjus, celebrates the feast day of Saint Francis de Paul. This historic festival, ‘La Bravade’, includes colourful parades with locals dressed in traditional costumes accompanied by the sounds of flutes and drums. There are musical performances, as well as services in the cathedral and of course a big feast. 2020 dates to be confirmed.

Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo

Monaco Grand Prix

Arguably the most coveted first-place in Formula 1! Monte Carlo's world-famous streets and hairpin bends come alive with the familiar roar of racing engines in May, surrounded by beautiful buildings and beautiful people, overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. 2020 dates to be confirmed.

Antibes regatta, Les Voiles d'Antibes

Les Voiles d’Antibes

If it's sailing that floats your boat then head to Antibes in early June! The town plays host to the grand opening of the Mediterranean Classic Yachts Regatta season - Les Voiles d'Antibes. Come along and see a selection of some the most beautiful vintage yachts (built before 1950), classic yachts (built before 1976) as well as metric classes (6 MJI, 8MJI and the 12 MJI competitors of the America's Cup from 1958 to 1987).

Tour de France

Tour de France

With grueling routes covering some of France's most beautifully scenic regions, the Tour de France is an iconic cycle race, attracting huge crowds along the route. The Grand Départ of 2020 takes place on the 27th June in the city of Nice, with the 170km route on day 1 finishing with a sprint along the Promendade des Anglais. Day 2 again starts and ends in Nice with a trip into the mountains along the way. The races finishes in Paris in July.

Events, Fête du Raisin, Frejus

Fête du Raisin, Fréjus

Fréjus has a whole host of events and festivals throughout the year. One of the main events not to be missed is the ‘Fête du Raisin’ in early August – there are traditional dances on the steps of the cathedral, wine tastings and market stalls. 2020 dates to be confirmed.

Off Parc Activities

If you are feeling active and you would like spectacular views of the region then you could try the challenging route, 618 metres up to the peak of Mont Vinaigre, which is the highest point of Le Massif de l’esterel park. This picturesque park covers 320 km2 and is home to a nature reserve with great trails for bikes, walkers and cars.

You never have to travel too far to find activities from this campsite – less than 10 km away there are facilities for scuba diving, boat trips, driving ranges, golf, horse riding, mini-golf and more.

The following activities are available off parc:

Golf 7 km from site
Fishing 20 km from site
Horse Riding 5 km from site
Karting 7 km from site
Boat trips 10 km from site
Rafting 80 km from site
Canoeing 20 km from site
Pedalos 20 km from site
Rowing boats 20 km from site
Snorkelling 8 km from site
Kayaking 20 km from site