22 Boats to rent in Fréjus
Characterised by the Roman remains and the quaint yet vibrant houses, Fréjus is a stunning coastal city on the Cote d’Azur. A popular sailing destination, it is home to seven kilometres of exquisite coastline and golden sandy beaches. Fans of history should aim to charter a yacht here to explore the ancient remains which house the story of this city, and intriguing insights into the way of life of the people here long ago. You can also explore other nearby regions on the French Riviera from Fréjus, including Saint Tropez and Port Grimaud.
Sailing in Fréjus
Fréjus is an ideal location for sailing thanks to its relative quietness compared to other regions of the French Riviera, yet equally as stunning views of the coastline. Thanks to calm winds and tides in the summer months, the sailing experience is suitable for all levels. Temperatures in the region can reach as high as 30°C in July and August – perfect temperatures for a yacht charter. However, you may choose to sail in the shoulder months of late spring or early autumn, as there are fewer people in the marinas of both Fréjus and nearby port towns. This region of France is extremely popular for sailing, and it is easy to see why!
The Cathedral and Cloisters
An iconic emblem of the city of Fréjus, this historical landmark is as beautiful as it is intriguing. Towering above nearby buildings and made of gorgeous sandy stone to compliment the courtyard, the cathedral is a must-see stop during your yacht charter holiday. The cloister perfectly displays the importance of reflection and meditation to those who used the cathedral before and is now a breathtaking haven full of peace and tranquility waiting to be discovered. The sprinkling of greenery throughout this courtyard adds to the ambiance of relaxation in this important landmark of Fréjus.
Sail to Saint Tropez
The iconic neighbouring city of Saint Tropez is iconic in the world of sailing and beach parties. The gorgeous coastline is laden with golden beaches and glorious promenades waiting to be explored on a day trip from Fréjus. The maritime museum offers some intriguing insights into the world of maritime trade and travel – sure to interest those who charter yachts in the South of France. Head up to the second tallest lighthouse in the country to gain the most unforgettable views of the region from Cap Camarat or savour the range of flavours on offer in Place des Lices Market – renowned for the freshest produce on offer. Bring some cheese back to enjoy on your boat as you sail back to Fréjus in the evening.
If you fancy taking a break from sailing on your chartered yacht to gain some incredible sweeping views of Fréjus and other nearby towns, then the climb to the summit of Mont-Vinaigre is an essential activity to do. Best done just before sunrise, the climb takes you over 600metres high to the clouds, meandering through the wild landscape of the countryside. A truly unique experience of feeling at one with nature, the animals’ sounds and chirps fill the air and it is a peaceful and fulfilling hike. Once done, why not enjoy a refreshing drink on the promenade back in Fréjus to celebrate the exciting morning?
Another great sailing opportunity from Fréjus is the luxurious city of Cannes. Here, you can see an abundance of luxury yachts dock for their stay in the glamourous portside location. If you arrive in September, you should definitely not miss the Yachting Festival which draws sailors and fans from across the globe to see the wonderful variety of boats descend on the city. The Old Port’s charm and the modern restaurant and boutiques blend together beautifully to create an unforgettable city that is well worth of visit during your sailing holiday to Fréjus.
Where to eat in Fréjus
Feeling hungry in Fréjus? Thankfully, a superb range of dining options combined with fantastic terrace gardens and bars means you have a great selection to choose from. The funky garden vibes of Comptoir Coutepaille will attract anyone looking for a chill night with some great takes on traditional French meals. A more upmarket option in a luxurious setting is La Bastide du Clos des Roses, where the Mediterranean food served is simply decadent. Something on the cheaper side, yet equally as flavoursome is Le 126, which has a sunny terrace perfect for enjoying a glass of wine before returning to your yacht in Fréjus for the evening.
How to get to Fréjus
The closest airport to Fréjus is Nice Airport, which is a major international destination which offers routes to many European and American airports, meaning you can fly here to reach your yacht charter destination. There are many high-speed train services linking the two cities, with around an hour journey being required to reach Fréjus. Buses are also on offer if you prefer to avail of this. In the city of Fréjus itself, there are extensive bus, train and taxi links of service to you if you need before you start your sailing weekend!
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