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Frejus Marina - South of France

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Marina Description

Located half-way between Cannes and St Tropez, Frejus is an ancient city and harbour founded by the Phocean and then later the Romans under Julius Caesar (“Forum Julii” at the time). Of course nowadays, it is difficult to see how Fréjus used to be a large merchant city, after centuries of raids.
The town is very modern, offers a lot of open spaces, and a variety of attractions for holiday makers, located right in what is known as the Massif de l’Estérel. Unlike other parts of the area, visitors will notice the roads in Fréjus look newer and well thought of. This is due to the Malpasset Dam disaster, in 1959, when a dam broke and let the Reyran river sweep part of the town away.
The marina (which is not the antique port) has a total of 710 berths with for yachts up to 30 m LOA and the depth varies from 2 to 3.5 m. An inland extension of the marina is currently under way. When these works are finished there should be more of the smaller sized berths available for visitors.