Toulon is Francea’s leading port for ferry services to Corsica. Ferries from Toulon sail to Civitavecchia in Italy and to Ajaccio, Bastia, Ile Rousse, Propriano and Porto Vecchio in Corsica. The routes are operated by Corsica Ferries, Corsica Linea and Moby Lines.
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Car rentals, taxis and local transport are available at Toulon Ferry Terminal. The city is compact and you can even walk to downtown.Access:
By Car A57 - Exit "La Rode Gare Maritime", bd De Lattre de Tassigny, Rond-point Bonaparte, follow the signs "Gare Maritime". From Marseille and Aix-en-Provence, exit A50, Avenue de la Republique, Rond-point Bonaparte, follow the signs "Gare Maritime".
Toulon Ferry Port is about 1 km from the railway station. There are local buses to make the connection. Train Travel TGV trains go from Toulon to all parts of France.
The Toulon Hyeres Airport is 20 km from the city.Routes:
Car: Taxis, Rentals, Parking, Passenger drop-off:
- Corsica-Sardinia Ferries : Toulon <> Ajaccio
- Corsica-Sardinia Ferries : Toulon <> Bastia
- Corsica-Sardinia Ferries : Toulon <> Calvi
- Corsica-Sardinia Ferries : Toulon <> Ile Rousse
- Corsica Linea : Toulon <> Ajaccio
- Corsica Linea : Toulon <> Bastia
- Corsica Linea : Toulon <> Propriano
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Toulon is the ideal departure point for a large choice of excursions to discover Provence's beautiful scenery. Marseilles, Aix-en-Provence, Cassis, Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Nice and Monaco - to name just a few! a€“ are all located within a 180 km radius of the city by car, coach or train.
Architecture and ProvenÃ§al Heritage Toulon's turbulent history and diverse architectural influences have lent the city centre its multiple faces: The historical quarter, with its little, ochre, yellow and pink houses, narrow, winding streets and famous ProvenÃ§al food market, spans out around the ancient Cathedral.
Heading West from Place da'Armes square to Porte da'Italie gate are two sets of narrow but straighter roads, corresponding to the city limits and said to date back to 1589, to the reign of Henry IV. This area also forms part of the old town, which is often referred to as the "basse ville" or lower town.
Mourillon Quarter and Beaches Situated to the southeast of the city, the Mourillon is a genuine little village within the city and became Toulon's chic quarter in the late 19th century.
The promenade lined with impressive bourgeois residences, pretty church, daily food market, botanical gardens and attractive boutiques make it a great place for a relaxed stroll.