Labels and classifications of the City of Fréjus

Tourism Quality

The Qualité Tourisme™ brand is the only state brand awarded to tourism professionals for the quality of their welcome and their services.

To obtain the mark, the service provider must successfully follow a quality approach that complies with the essential requirements for your satisfaction. As a guarantee of confidence, the services are regularly subject to an unannounced and independent check. This sign of recognition therefore allows you to confidently choose tourist establishments that offer quality services.

  • Comply with the requirements of the Quality Tourism Mark
  • Provide you with an easily accessible reception area and information area.
  • Facilitate your procedures.
  • Provide you with furniture to sit on.
  • Inform you for free about the local tourist offer.
  • Display and distribute its opening periods expressed in at least two foreign languages.
  • Give you access to its dedicated quadrilingual website adapted to consultation via on-board media.
  • Ensure the supply of tourist maps, plans and tourist guides in paper form.
  • Provide you with a permanent reception service run by staff who practice foreign languages.
  • Respond to your emails throughout the year.
  • Be open at least 300 days a year, Saturday and Sunday included during tourist or entertainment periods.
  • Offer you free access to wifi.
  • Here, we have a passion for hospitality,
  • We take care of your environment,
  • We do everything to understand and anticipate everyone’s expectations,
  • We provide everyone with clear and precise information,
  • We treat everyone as if they were our guest,
  • We want every contact to be unique,
  • We give ourselves the means and tools to improve our reception


Tourist town

is a French classification granted to a municipality that has been recognized by a prefect comThe tourist municipality must have a local tourism policy and offer accommodation capacity for tourists.

As such, it must:

  1. Have a classified tourist office;
  2. Organize cultural, artistic, gastronomic or sporting events;
  3. Have a minimum proportion of varied tourist accommodation satisfying me the criteria of the legislative texts



Seaside resort

This classification, granted by decision of the competent administrative authority, brings additional added value to the rating of a city already recognized at the national level for its economic dynamism and the quality of its living environment. It means that the city meets the requirements in terms of hotel capacity, other tourist services, environmental policy (sanitation, waste treatment, etc.), bathing water quality, quality of the natural and urban living environment, supply leisure, wealth, etc.


City and Country of Art and History

This network, led by the Ministry of Culture and Communication, brings together 137 cities and countries of art and history attached to the enhancement and animation of heritage and architecture: presentation of their discovery activities (guided tours, exhibitions, educational services…), cultural tourism…


City and Crafts

Created on the initiative of local elected officials in May 1992, this label brings together a selection of 64 towns which have excellence and authenticity in mind, through the promotion of craftsmanship, some of which are centuries old, the preservation and updating traditions where talent and inspiration sometimes combine with fashion and contemporary design.


Nautical Station ***

The Nautical Stations are local bodies for the animation and sustainable development of nautical activities for sporting and tourist purposes. They contribute to the economic, social and cultural development of the localities where they are established. As part of the France Stations Nautiques network, the raison d’être of each resort is to present the most comprehensive range of nautical activities possible to all audiences, with the aim of maximum quality. But because these are nautical activities carried out in a natural environment, this quality objective requires that the Nautical Stations be exemplary while constantly bearing in mind two concerns:

Concern for the safety of the practitioners: this will lead them to strictly respect the federal regulations specific to each discipline and the administrative regulations, in particular those which fall within the competence of the local authorities;

The concern for respect for the environment which, for nautical activities, is both an imperative duty and a necessary means of preserving the spaces where they are carried out;

The installation of equipment, the definition of activity programs and the content of training at all levels must in particular include respect for the environment among the priority concerns. The success of a Nautical Station is determined by:

The establishment of a complete and effective local organization in its operation;

The design and implementation of a Local Animation and Development Project for Nautical Activities.

The purpose of the Nautical Stations is to offer a set of services, activities and products in the best conditions that meet the demand and needs of all audiences. This set constitutes the nautical offer of activities of the Station, the basis of the identity card of each Station.



This certification, granted by the Association Nationale Handiplage, guarantees a certain number of safety measures (reserved parking spaces, signage, layout of sidewalks, etc.) and ensures good supervision for users (provision of a disabled beach attendant).


Towns and Villages in bloom

The awarding of this label is based on a competition whose purpose is to promote and encourage any action in favor of the development of green spaces and the improvement of the living environment. The National Jury assigns a series of Flowers (from one to four) corresponding to the label or brand “Villes et Villages Fleuris” in order to distinguish the municipalities offering exceptional facilities.

Holder of 3 flowers, the City of Fréjus was awarded this classification by responding to a precise charter based on three sets of criteria: “LANDSCAPE AND PLANT HERITAGE”, “SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT” and “ENTERTAINMENT & TOURIST ENHANCEMENT »



The City of Fréjus has been designated, by the Regional Council of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, co-winner of the PREMIO Project (Distributed Production, Enr and MDE, Integrated and Optimized) which consists of carrying out in the Provence-Alpes- Côte d’Azur an experimental platform on a pilot site hosted by a local authority. This will be used to test an innovative and replicable energy architecture to promote renewable energies and energy performance, optimize the integration of local production and distributed storage and dynamically manage electricity supply and demand.


Commune on the move

Awarded on September 25, 2009 by the Regional Council of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, this designation covers various actions such as the optimization of public lighting, the fight against fuel poverty, mobility management, desensitization actions, development local renewable energies, the aim being to initiate reflection on better energy management. During the first year of the project, the communities – designated as “Communes en Marche”, before being able to claim the title of “Laureate Communes” – draw up a charter of objectives and set up an internal organization allowing them to be achieved.