The beaches of Fréjus
Fréjus offers four beaches along the Mediterranean Sea.
To fully enjoy your stay in Fréjus or Saint Raphaël, come have fun or relax on the beautiful beaches of Fréjus. You can easily access it from the Holiday Green campsite. You can indulge in your favorite nautical activities or simply relax on a deckchair during your stay. You will certainly fall under the charm of its beaches of fine sand as far as the eye can see. The seaside resort of Fréjus is composed of several beaches, to name only those of Port Fréjus, Sablettes, Republic or the beach of the capitol. You will have the choice between beaches or natural beaches, family or sports ... This Var station stretches for 1 km, from the Boulevard of Algiers to the Boulevard de la Liberation. It gives a breathtaking view of the port of Saint Raphael. Port Frejus beach, which is located to the west, is accessible via the Boulevard de la Mer. The eastern part of this beach is the largest and even has some trees to give you a little shade in summer. The nearby road is little used and the west side is bounded by the nature base which access is only possible by bike or on foot. This beach is perfect for families with children. A private beach with restaurant is also present on the premises. The Sablettes Beach is the closest to the city center and Saint Raphaël. It is the widest beach with its 500 meters. It has many private beaches for your moments of relaxation as a couple, with family or friends. A small paid parking is available nearby in summer. The Plage de la République is located near the nautical club of the city, and adjoins several private beaches. Located much closer to the roads, the Capitol beach is accessible to people with reduced mobility. It has toilets and showers specially designed to facilitate their movement. She is watched in the summer. Shops are located nearby for you to buy something to fill your lunch box.
The Nature Base
The region also offers the Nature Base Beach with 135 acres of green space away from pollution and traffic. Each year, it organizes the famous Roc d'Azur for thousands of mountain bikers from around the globe. This part of the region also invites you to practice various activities such as bicross, skateboarding, rollerblading or handball. The kite area will be the playground of the youngest. It is equipped to make life easier for disabled people, and handiplagists are there to ensure a pleasant day at the beach. A bar and a restaurant are available on site. Pacha Beach is located 900 meters from the Base Nature, and access is only on foot for the more adventurous. This area is very quiet and offers a beautiful view of St Aygulf and its seaside. These beaches are forbidden to dogs. In addition, remember to bring your umbrella to stay away from the sun.