|The cloisters beside the Cathedral of Saint Leonce in Fréjus.|
You will travel through Antibes, Juan Les Pins, Cannes after which the coast is bordered by the spectacular and jagged red-earth Esterel mountains.
On the other side you reach St Raphael and just a few kilometres further on, the old Roman town of Fréjus.
|The cloisters from the second storey.|
The cloisters were built in the 13th century and the ceilings were made of larch wood from the alpine regions as it was said never to rot.
|These original medieval designs painted on the ceiling of the ground floor cloisters, have been preserved.|
|Modern representations of the paintings that adorn the ceiling of the cloisters.|