Aqualand water parks offer a day of aventures for all the family or among friends. Here is water in all its most fun forms: a wave pool, a bubble area, and a hot tub.
Climb aboard a giant buoy and let yourself be drawn into the rapids or climb to the top of the slides, solo or with friends, and get ready to slide.
Spinning, jumping, bumping, in tunnels or on parallel tracks so you can race your friends, the water slides offer lots of ways to have fun with the family or with friends.
The Fréjus cathedral complex was built between the 4th and the 14th century. It comprises a number of different buildings: the cathedral, the cloister, the Archaeological Museum and the baptistry (one of the oldest in France, dating from the early 5th century).
At the entrance to the complex, pause to admire the magnificent entrance with two panels of carved walnut wood. These panels feature scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary.
The Vieux Port de Saint-Raphaël is located in centre of down town, continuing the Commandant Guilbaud's promenade or the Cours Jean Bart.
In the morning, at dawn, the fishermen moor their boats and unload their fish, then go to the fish markets.
Shaded by centenary plane trees, you'll love to stroll along the quay and admire the splendid view over the port.
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.
Located in the centre of the old city, the Saint-Raphaël Archaeology museum is set in the ancient presbytery of the Saint Rafeu church. In the museum’s garden you can catch a glimpse of the ramparts, embrasures, firing ports, and the tower of the ancient medieval castrum.
Since its opening in 1968, the archaeology museum preserves important collections resulting from underwater findings from around Agay, Antheor, and Dramont.