What to see and do from le Montourey
in Provence sur la Côte d'Azur
The beaches at Fréjus’ are abundant and fully equipped for all visitors, especially families and those who love outdoor sports activities. La Base Nature is a huge green spot covering many square feet of land, from which kids and adults can try out skateboarding, rollerblading, handball basketball or fly kites. Port Fréjus and République meanwhile are stunning strips of beaches equipped with first aid posts, swimming zones and supervising lifeguards.
- La Base Nature– 5km / 3 miles away
- Port Fréjus – 3 km / 2 miles away
- République – 4 km / 2.5 miles away
Activites and places not to miss
Nice has universal appeal, because it is set in a sunny area of France, with beaches, museums, churches and ruins which will keep beach bums and history buffs happy all day. Take a walk along the magnificent palm-lined ‘Promenade des Anglais’, go shopping in the many boutiques and at the bric-a-brac stalls.
Splash around at the biggest water park on the Cote d’Azur! It literally is a paradise for kids, but to be honest, adults are there for the fun too, so come along and get carried away on the raft slides, rapids and descend into the Indiana Falls! The variety of slides and chutes is wide, so that’ll provide a good days’ worth of splashing!
This place is just seeping with glitz, glamour and hedonism. In the world’s second smallest country, this is where beauty is omnipresent, where stunning people parade the beaches, amazing cars race by and elegant architecture embellishes the town. Why not try your luck at the slots, at the Monte Carlo Casino, or have some spa treatments at Les Thermes Marins.
This aquarium based near Nice features penguins, dolphins, polar bears, killer whales, turtles and sea lions. What’ll thrill your kids (and you too!) are the Meet the Shark experiences, which allows you to plunge into 24 degree waters in a helmet and wetsuit to see the creatures close up. Here, see sea creatures as you’ve never seen them before!
Fréjus was the first naval base of the Roman Mediterranean. It is both a traditional and modern town, appealing to everyone for its long, sandy beaches, with pretty streets lined with ice cream parlours, souvenir shops and restaurants. A bustling town of contrasts, it is defined by its seascape of boats at the harbor, colourful houses, classical remnants and medieval ruins.
Do some celebrity spotting here at sizzling St Tropez. This place lives up to its name, and it is full of glitz, glamour, with a coastline to match. At the “Vieux Port” or Old Fishing Port, yachts are the size of towns, and the sea streaked with glittering blues, greens and purples. This is the stuff of dreams, so indulge in a holiday at Le Montourey and make a pit stop to see this gem of the Côte d’Azur coast.
This is another celebrity hot spot, so hot foot it here and put on your best shirt or espadrilles to make like the other high-flying residents. It’s not all about celebrities here though, because you can also walk and appreciate the natural beauty of its harbor, bay, and the handful of islands off the coast, such as the Lérins Islands, just 15 minutes away by boat.