Fréjus is a port city on the Côte d'Azur, in south-eastern France. The Roman ruins include an amphitheatre, a theatre and an aqueduct. Roman artefacts are displayed in the Archaeological Museum. The Gothic, centuries-old Saint-Léonce Cathedral has painted cloisters and a baptister with Roman columns. The chapel Notre-Dame de Jérusalem, north-east of the city, was designed by Jean Cocteau in the 1960s. South of the centre is the sandy beach of Fréjus.