Toulon Bay

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Toulon Bay
Position: 43°07',022N - 5°055',091E
La Seyne-sur-Mer 43.104081 - 5.884633

Discover Toulon Bay

Centrally located on the French Med coast, Toulon Bay is considered as the best sheltered and most beautiful bay in Europe! Bordered by high wooded hills topped with ancient forts: Toulon Bay offers an unusual but idyllic marriage of sea and mountain.

Although the bay has been a powerful military base for centuries, it offers much more than the naval base. Whether in Toulon or in La Seyne sur Mer, the two cities welcoming cruise ships around the bay, the cruise visitors can enjoy a wide range of experiences.

Toulon Bay as a cruise destination is known as a boutique port and delivers a unique experience: Out of the crowds, but close to the people… ❤ The destination promotes a slow tourism approach and is highly focused in delivering a smooth and relaxing experience to the cruise guests.

By strolling along the marinas, their many restaurants, and cafes, or through the old towns, the cruise visitors will be able to stop by one of the numerous CRUISE FRIENDLY partners committed around the same goal: delivering to the cruise guest the most memorable welcome of their whole cruise!

Whether in Toulon or La Seyne sur Mer, cruise visitors will be also pleased by the old medieval quarters and their picturesque Provencal street’s markets (in Toulon; the biggest one in Provence!). Cruise visitors will also find several fountains, shady squares, museums and monuments.

The adjacent coast alternates pretty creeks shaded by umbrella pines, high ochre-red cliffs, little fjords or "calanques" sparkling with translucent turquoise waters, golden sandy beaches and picturesque fishing harbors.

Mount Faron's breathtaking summit in Toulon, mingles sunlit white cliffs, rocky terraces, sweet-smelling under woods and Mediterranean forests - accompanied by a symphony of cicada song! It is accessible by cable car (the only one of the French Mediterranean coast) or road. At the top, cruise visitors have the choice between, visiting the museum of the WW2 landing in Provence, sipping a fresh drink, or hiking along one of the numerous hiking paths (for all levels), all those options providing various breathtaking and unforgettable views over the bay and its adjacent coasts, including the golden islands…

Toulon Bay is a blessed destination, offering a relaxing atmosphere, a direct access to the most beautiful beaches in the French Riviera and the authenticity of the Provencal way of life.

 For sure, Toulon Bay is easy to visit, but really hard to leave!

Ports of Toulon Bay 2019:

  • 86

    Calls

  • 168306

    Pax

  • 19

    Cruise Lines

  • 34

    Cruise Ships