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Welcome to Our Hotel Première Classe de Toulon - La Seyne-sur-MerOn the Provencal coast, 10 minutes by car from the central Toulon (...) see hotel description

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Toulon is a scenic port town in the south of France, situated in the Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur region. Toulon is the Mediterranean coast’s fourth largest city and the capital of the Var department.

Toulon is a thriving town and home to a variety of industries including naval construction, wine making and fishing. The town’s port is probably the most important naval centre on the French Meditarranenan coast. Toulon is an historic town and the structures and statues around the town are evidence of this. From the ancient fountains that adorn the streets, to the opulent cathedral with its fleeting columns and breathtaking interior, it is easy to fall in love with Toulon. The weather is near perfect and the sunsets are stunning, making this an ideal destination for a romantic break or a business trip. The fragrant market is delightful and the beautiful coastline stretches for miles. This is the real Provence.

A two-day break
It will only take two days for Toulon to win you over. Stroll through the delightful streets and look out for the ornate fountains this town is so famous for. They embellish the streets like the stars decorate the sky and will not fail to amaze you. The fountains are all located in the Old Town and nestled amongst them you will find Toulon Cathedral. If its wonderful facade is not impressive enough, step inside and you will see the intricate statues and exquisite arches and windows that lie within.

A week-long stay
Stay here a week and you will not want to leave. If the fountains and cathedral don’t win your heart the extensive, picturesque coastline will. Take a stroll down to the harbour and gaze across the coast; it is easy to reach the local beaches from the Premiere Classe Hotel- Toulon La Seyneb sur Mer. Be sure to visit the bustling market where you can buy local produce and see authentic Provençal life.

A family holiday
The town has several museums, including dedicated arts museums and the Museum of the French Navy, where you can discover the town’s naval past. Nature-loving families should take a cable car from Toulon to the top of the magnificent Mount Faron which dominates the town’s skyline. The journey up is exciting and the views from the top are spectacular, especially at sunset.

is accessible via the A50 from Marseille and the A57 from Le Luc. The local railway station provides links to surrounding areas including Marseille, Nice and Paris. There is a local airport and several ferries available from the port.

Whether you want to eat rustic French food or traditional Provençal cuisine there is something to suit everyone in this delightful town. Smash Sandwiches can be bought from street vendors in Toulon. Or, if you prefer, try the cade toulonnaise, a local speciality. The service and food at The Promise restaurant are delightful and the atmosphere is warm and friendly (they even speak English).

The Jazz Festival in Toulon is held every year during the summer (usually from the end of July to the beginning of August). There are numerous concerts and workshops held across the town and thousands of tourists are attracted from across the world. From May to June is the Toulon Youth Festival in which under 21’s compete against international youth teams. Games are held across the region but the final is played in Toulon.

Interesting fact
is home to the second largest opera house in France, The Toulon Opera House, which opened in 1862.

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