Self catering holidays
The Base Nature is a 135-hectare recreational space located on the seafront to the right of Port-Fréjus. It also hosts a number of events throughout the year including the Roc d'Azur. Here you will find a sports field, an indoor pool, a cycle/roller-skate path, a BMX level World Cup track, a skate park, a mini skate park reserved for beginners, a beach volleyball court, 2 football pitches, 1 rugby pitch and a handball court, three basketball courts, a bowling alley and a picnic area.
The Santa Lucia de Saint-Raphaël Port is located a few metres from down town. It is an important harbour for pleasure boating on the French Riviera. From this harbour you can sail along the Mediterranean coasts but also towards Corsica and Italy. The Santa Lucia Port has wide quays where people can stroll and stop at neighbouring boutiques.
In Saint-Raphael, beside the Mediterranean, the Bonaparte Garden is a pleasant place for a stroll with family or friends. Located above the Bonaparte car park, close to the Old Port, the Jardin Bonaparte in Saint Raphael offers an exceptional views over the bay of Saint-Raphaël. Below, you can see the Old Port with its bustling and friendly atmosphere.
On the sandy beach or enjoying a sporting activity in a unique bay, you will be seduced by the beauty and diversity of the beaches of Fréjus. Both unspoiled or developed, for families or sporty types, you are sure to love long beach days, being bathed in sunlight with a light breeze and the spray from the sea. All sorts of water sports can be enjoyed in Fréjus: swimming in the sea or the pool, fishing, coastal navigation among the coves, scuba diving, Provençal jousts, paddleboarding, jet skiing, kite surfing, surfing, kayaking or sailing as well as regattas all year round to complete this comprehensive sports and well-being package.
The Villa Aurélienne de Fréjus was built at the end of the 19th century in the Palladian style (the style established by the architect Palladio in the 16th century).
The building was acquired by the town of Fréjus in the late 1980.
Encircled by 22 hectares of parkland where some antique vestiges of the aqueduct can be seen, the Villa Aurélienne regularly plays host to photographic exhibitions and offers a wonderful setting for a variety of events and receptions.