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Frejus is locaed in southeastern France along the Meditteranean Sea. With a medieval center as well as access to the beach, Frejus offers a wide range of attractions. Coastal roads and nearby beaches offer beautiful vistas and plenty of chances to lay in the sun. Within the city, the Frejus Cathedral has stood since the 12th century and was one of the first centers for Christianity in France. Other churches and Roman remains dot the city including an amphitheater. Whether you've come to Frejus for the sun, the history, or a combination, rely on Venere to help you find the best Frejus hotels. With hotels ranging from one to five stars, Venere will help you choose the right accommodation regardless of your budget. So whether you just need a place to change your swimsuit, or something more extravagant, make Venere your first stop when choosing your Frejus hotel.
What's Frejus Like?
Beaches and resorts can be found near Frejus as well as a pretty coastal road between the ocean and Massif d'Esterel. In the city you can tour the Cathedral of Saint-Leonce, a simple building but still very scenic with carvings and 12th century cloisters. One of the first centers of Christianity, the cathedral's cloisters have been listed as French National Monuments. The medieval center focuses on a pair of cathedrals as well as what is now the town hall. A newer, 15th-century church called the Saint Maximinus can be found in Frejus as well as a variety of artifacts from the Roman era, including an aqueduct, amphitheater, and theater. Both the amphitheater and theater are still in use during the summer time.
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With the Alps nearby and the ocean at its feet, a wide range of dishes are available. High quality produce can be found as well as fantastic olive oil. Lavender is a common herb and is used in a variety of dishes. As expected, French is the primary language in Frejus and learning a few phrases will help you get a more positive and helpful response when you converse with local residents. For as long as you enjoy the sun and history of Frejus, relax in the comfort of a Venere hotel. Venere's website contains high resolution photos of every available accommodation and allows you to peruse independent reviews posted by previous visitors. To make a reservation with Venere, you can visit them online or download their free smartphone mobile app and get exclusive offers sent directly to your phone.