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Self-catering Villa with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Sleeps 6. Saturday changeover.
1km from Toulon var
20.0km from coastline/beach
Charming Villa with Pool in the Hills Ideal for a family of four with small children (babies or...
Self-catering Villa with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Sleeps 5. Saturday changeover.
8.3km from Toulon var
This bergerie stands in a rural setting with its own spacious garden surrounded by fields and...
Self-catering Villa with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Sleeps 8. Saturday changeover.
24.3km from Toulon var
A luxury modern villa with breathtaking seaview overlooking the Iles de Porquerolles and the Cap...
Rates available on request
Self-catering Villa with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Sleeps 10. Saturday changeover.
26.3km from Toulon var
0.2km from coastline/beach
A superb coastal Provençal villa in a stunning position with beautiful views of the sea and the...
Self-catering Villa with 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Sleeps 12. Non-applicable changeover.
27.6km from Toulon var
13.0km from coastline/beach
Very private Provencal Mas with large heated pool in beautifully landscaped grounds with amazing...
Self-catering Villa with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Sleeps 8. Saturday changeover.
29.6km from Toulon var
60.0km from coastline/beach
Stunning Provençal Villa, beautifully furnished with heated pool in 1.5 Acres This new Provençal...
Located on the south coast between Marseille and St.Tropez the picturesque, diverse city of Toulon is full of ancient fountains, public gardens, colourful daily markets, long sandy beaches and also a traditional fishing harbour. Toulon has an ancient fishing heritage and is the venue for many summer evening events.
Toulon's old town and historical quarter offers an abundance of squares and quaint, narrow streets. There are little, ochre, yellow and pink houses, narrow and winding streets and here set around the ancient Cathedral it the famous Provencal food market. Brimming with delicious local food and buzzing with the liveliness of the South it is one of Toulon's most charming attractions.
The Place de la Liberté is well worth a visit, there are terraces and magnificent fountains, bordered by palm trees and the Grand Hotel. This is situated half way between the old town and the train station and Porte d'Italie. To the north of the city are monuments built by order of Napoleon III and the Opera House.
Plages de Mourillon is located just outside the centre of the city and is Toulon's largest beach. The long white sands are lined with restaurants, cafes and dotted with palm trees, a welcoming place to sit and relax. This is also where Toulon's oldest fortress, Saint-Louis, is situated and was built in 1514. Here the siege of Toulon dating back to 1707 is commemorated by letting off traditional fireworks. The Mourillon hosts many events both daytime and in the evening which includes an international Jazz festival, regattas and fetes.
The Museum de la Marine, in the Place du Ingenieur-General-Monsenergue houses a large collection of figureheads and ship models, and traces the history of shipbuilding through the ages. There are many interesting educational displays throughout the museum, therefore a great place to take the children.