Tag: Frejus

Trip to Fréjus: Part III

This is the third and last part of our recent trip to Fréjus where we wandered around its lovely Medieval Old Town. I’ve already covered its Roman heritage in Part I, so what happened to it after the fall of the Roman empire? Its… Continue Reading “Trip to Fréjus: Part III”

Trip to Fréjus: Part II

On a recent trip to Fréjus, we visited its Roman ruins. In the gardens in front of the remains of the arena is a monument to the collapse of the Malpasset Dam, considered France’s greatest civil disaster. Malpasset was an arch dam on the… Continue Reading “Trip to Fréjus: Part II”

Trip to Fréjus: Part I

After an enjoyable lunch at the Clos des Roses vineyard, we decided to explore Fréjus. We’ve cycled past it many a time but have not previously visited either its Roman ruins or its Old Town. Now, if you’ve read any of my earlier trip… Continue Reading “Trip to Fréjus: Part I”

Trip to the Var: Part III

As part of our summer staycation, my beloved aka Officer in Charge of Drinks decided on a visit to yet another vineyard in the Var. You may recall from my earlier post, I mentioned the diverse terroir in the Var. This time we visited… Continue Reading “Trip to the Var: Part III”