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Toulon is located within short private jet travel distance of many other fascinating destinations and charter jet flights of only a few hours or less can be arranged between the city and many other premiere luxury destinations.
What Can You Do in Toulon
There are so many different things available to do in Toulon that renting a private jet to this vibrant port city offers nearly anything worth enjoying in terms of nature, culture, history, nightlife, fine dining and marvellous cuisine.
Téléphérique du Faron
The ideal starting place for a literal overview of France’s third largest Mediterranean coastal city simply has to be the Téléphérique du Faron, which offers a cable car ride right to the top of Mount Faron. From this exquisite vantage point and its panoramic view of the entire nearby coastline, you can enjoy any one of several hiking trails and easy paths that will take you around the mountain and its different breathtaking lookout spots.
Plage du Mourillon
The entire coastal region in and around Toulon is dotted with spectacularly lovely beaches and covers but in terms of both easy access and sheer beauty right within sight of the city itself, it’s hard to beat the Plage du Mourillon. This beautiful easterly stretch of beach offers an especially attractive layout of palm trees, lush vegetation and beach-side restaurants surrounding a stretch of crystalline water that gently caresses the sand day and night.
A private jet visit into Toulon wouldn’t be complete without at least a couple hours spent exploring the city’s ancient harbor. This focal point of the city is filled with a marvelous assortment of different boats, ships and yachts from nearly any era you can imagine while also offering enough shopping and dining opportunities to enjoy for weeks. Relax with a fresh plate of seafood while taking in the sunset with a chilled glass of fine local wine, then immerse yourself in the harbour’s thriving nightlife.
Cours Lafayette Market
As a port city right on the Mediterranean, Toulon wouldn’t be what it is without at least one daily market. This is best represented by the Cours Lafayette Market, which is the region’s largest outdoor shopping experience. The Cours Lafayette opens almost every day of the week from early morning until lunch and offers a fantastically rich cross-section of fresh local produce of all types. Seasonal foods sourced from regional gardens, and farms make for a deliciously unique culinary experience.
Where Should You Stay in Toulon
There is no shortage of fine accommodation options in Toulon. Places to stay can be found right in the thriving historical heart of the city, with its vibrant night and day life, or along the breezy coastline.
Grand Hotel des Sablettes Plage, Curio Collection by Hilton
Situated 14 kilometres from the centre of Toulon, this historic resort, established in the 1880s, offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and direct access to Les Sablettes beach. The Promenade Jean Charcot is right on the doorstep, ideal for enjoying waterside dining and entertainment options. The resort features a full-service Spa NUXE, complete with indoor and outdoor pools, a sauna, and a serene sun terrace. Additionally, two restaurants are available for guests.
This luxury hotel offers 4-star accommodation right in the heart of the city and includes both fine dining and a spa right on the premises. The hotel L’eautel faces the port and Toulon Bay for exquisite morning and dusk views of the sun and sea. Beaches, restaurants, and most of the city’s finest attractions are within walking distance of L’eautel Toulon.
Where to enjoy fine dining in Toulon
No major French city comes without some incredibly varied and rich fine dining experiences and Toulon is no exception. Fine dining and casual bistro menu options are available throughout the city for an assortment of different prices.
If your preference is gourmet evening dining, places like Nos Amis offer a delicious range of menu options that blend the best of French, Mediterranean, and fusion cuisine into carefully crafted menus.
Discover the culinary gem of Toulon at Au Sourd, a Michelin-rated establishment renowned for its mastery of local seafood. Specialising in the day's freshest catch from nearby ports, the restaurant excels in regional specialities like bouillabaisse and sumptuous shellfish platters. Be sure to book 48 hours in advance to fully indulge in these maritime delights. A dining experience at "Au Sourd" promises to be a memorable foray into the very essence of local gastronomy.
Video: Toulon landscape
Travel to or From Toulon With LunaJets
Traveling to or from Toulon to any other European or overseas destination is incomparably preferable if done when you hire a luxury charter jet. Easy access to everything this jewel of a Mediterranean city offers either for business or pleasure simply can’t be more easily obtained through any other means of air travel.
LunaJets offers top-level professionalism and intimate service if you need to rent a private jet for any of your needs and at your convenience
How far is Toulon airport from the centre of Toulon?
Just 20 km away from the centre, the city of Toulon is reached within 20 minutes.
What is Toulon known for?
The beautiful city in the south of France is known for its beautiful french architecture, fabulous cuisine, and its harbour.
When is the best time to visit Toulon?
The best months are spring through autumn.
How far is Toulon from St. Tropez?
It is a 70 km distance, whether you need to go to an event in St. Tropez or you want to do a day trip, ask our advisors to organise a helicopter transfer.
Can I pay for my private flight with Cryptocurrency?
Certainly, you can settle the cost of your private flight using cryptocurrency. For details on the specific cryptocurrencies accepted by LunaJets, please visit our Cryptocurrency Payment Options page.