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/ tourism
& activities

The Najeti Golf Hôtel de Valescure welcomes you for a leisure or business stay between land and sea. Located in Saint Raphaël, our hotel allows you to explore the region and discover the superb Esterel massif, a volcanic massif of 32,000 hectares, the town of Fréjus and its historic centre and the must-see seaside resorts such as Saint Tropez, Antibes or Cannes... Find all the charm of the French Riviera in a town halfway between the emblematic Côte d'Azur and the Provence of traditions. Admire the magnificent natural landscapes that the region offers as well as its perched villages.

The town of Saint Raphaël is attractive with its lively streets, sunny weather and numerous beaches. Off the coast, you can see the Golden Island - which inspired the setting of Tintin's Black Island. Between culture, nature and activities, your stay at the Najeti Golf Hôtel de Valescure promises to be unforgettable.

/ city centre
of fréjus

The small Provençal town of Fréjus nestles on a sandstone spur in the Esterel massif.

From the two thousand years of history of the region, the city has kept vestiges: a Roman aqueduct and amphitheatre, a magnificent listed cathedral... The city centre is the result of the cultures that have succeeded one another in Provence.

Explore the narrow streets of Fréjus, stroll along the port and the markets, enjoy the beach and fall under the spell of this colourful and lively town.

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/ Museum
archaeological

Housed in a listed building, the Saint Raphaël Archaeological Museum offers 800 m² of space dedicated to the heritage of the Esterel.

Discover a medieval church which, from the top of its tower, offers a breathtaking view of the city, a department of underwater archaeology and prehistory, and wander around the last two floors dedicated to prehistory, from the Palaeolithic to the Neolithic.

Entrance is free of charge and the visit takes about 2 hours.

/ The massif
of the Esterel

Spread over more than 32,000 hectares, almost half of which are classified as a "Natura 2000" site, the Esterel massif offers breathtakingly beautiful panoramas.

The jagged red relief of this volcanic massif plunges into the blue of the Mediterranean, producing magnificent contrasts.

The Esterel massif is full of hiking trails to discover on foot, by bike or even on horseback: the Saint-Barthélemy rock, the Pic de l'Ours, the Cap Roux lookout or the Gorges du Blavet... There is so much to explore in this grandiose natural setting

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