The episcopal group in Fréjus is a set of four exceptional monuments.
The cathedral marks the entry of the bishopric in the region in the year 374, gradually changing over the years. The baptistery, an important witness to the expansion of Christianity, marked many souls with its blessing and the eyes fixed on its marble and granite columns still admire its beauty and its era.
The cloister is an open book that represents the world in the 14th century: its decorated woodwork is unique in France. The Episcopal Palace, now the town hall, proudly displays its medieval façade and secretly preserves the treasures of its past.