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Toulon is a large city in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region of southern France. It’s home to a significant French naval base and is also a port on the Mediterranean coast.

This beautiful city, which is the capital of the Var department, is around an hour’s drive in a camper rental from the port city of Marseille and within about two and a half hours of the architecturally astounding city of Montpellier.

Toulon has long been an integral player in a myriad of different industries, such as wine, fishing, naval construction, maps, and electronic equipment. It’s even involved in the manufacturing of aeronautical equipment, which is entirely relevant, given that this city is also home to the French Mediterranean Fleet.

The Mediterranean climate, with dry summers, brilliant sunshine, and mild winters, makes Toulon a desirable holiday destination, but so too does its natural attractions. The Jardin d'acclimatation du Mourillon botanical gardens bring tens of thousands of visitors regularly, as does the Zoo Fauverie Du Mont Faron – a specialist large cat animal park. Mount Faron also dominates the city, with mountainous terrain on one side and the Mediterranean Sea on the other.

This beautiful city is a year-round attraction and is steeped in natural beauty and historical attractions to pique your curiosity. Consider a camper rental in Toulon, France, and begin your trip of a lifetime.

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The Great Outdoors

If you can’t wait to rent an RV in Toulon and crack into the outdoor adventure market, then you’re in luck. This coastal city boasts a myriad of different outdoor activities to appeal to the avid adventurer.

Mont Faron, or Mount Faron, is a 1,916-foot mountain in Var, France, that overlooks the city of Toulon. Not only is it strikingly attractive, but it’s accessible by a cable car or a narrow and steep road on the east and west sides of the mountain. This mountain also forms part of the Parise-Nice and Tour Méditerranéen bicycle races. Up until 1970, it even played host to the Mont Faron hill climb time trial.

If you’re looking to achieve that sun-kissed look while on vacation in a motorhome rental in Toulon, then Plages du Mourillon will tick all the boxes. Plages du Mourillon consists of four sandy beaches with shallow and smooth seas and short walks from the center of the city. If you time it right and visit in summer, fireworks displays add to the beauty of the attraction.

Make sure you bring your best walking shoes, for Sentier des Douaniers, a network of walking trails, is a beautiful Toulon attraction to leave lasting memories. The series of walks begins to the west in Six-Fours and navigates through to the east in Hyeres. This series of trails is a historic outdoor attraction that came to be during the First Empire for customs officers to catch smugglers.

Camping in Toulon

There's an abundance of different camping options when the time comes to book an RV in Toulon. Within around a half-hour drive of Toulon’s center, Camping les Tomasses appeals to family travelers. This nature campsite sits nestled between Provence and Cote d’Azur in Var on six acres of land. It’s a 20-minute drive from the Mediterranean Sea, next to the Provencal village in the valley of the Gapeau River, and is open from mid-spring until mid-fall.

Within just 15 minutes of the city center lies a campground that’s open year-round. Camping Parc Mogador, near La Ciotat, boasts proximity to fun walking, hiking, and water activities, as well as a short walking distance to the nearest beach. The heated pool, jacuzzi, and 162 spaces over nearly five acres of land are bound to pique your curiosity, too.

Within a 15-minute drive of Toulon’s center is a beautiful little camping ground that could tick all the boxes for your luxury RV rental in Toulon. Camping Mas de Pierredon, a short ten-minute drive from Ollioules, boasts 141 sites, many with electric hookups, within a short distance of sandy beaches. There are heated pools, sports activities, and even a restaurant for you to indulge in local cuisine and poolside drinks. This RV campground is also pet-friendly, further adding to its appeal.

Exploring the City

Whether you’re vacationing in Toulon, France, or merely passing through, the city’s many different tourist attractions are bound to want to make you hang onto your RV rental a little longer.

One of the many standout places to explore in the city is the Zoo Fauverie Du Mont Faron. This wildlife park, on the outskirts of Toulon at the top of Mont Faron, is a classified natural site with many fun and exciting things to do. You can watch feeding raccoons, playing lions, and learn more about the 20 different animals that call the zoo home.

The city’s botanical garden, Jardin d'acclimatation du Mourillon, is a brilliant attraction, too. It boasts many different plants and trees that have been gracing the grounds since the early 1900s. This garden also contains a monument for sailors missing at sea and a marble statue of Heinrich Heine, a famous German poet. This municipal botanical garden in Le Mourillon, Toulon, spans over nearly two acres, which means there's plenty to explore during your stay in the area.

If you’re a bit of a history buff, then you can’t leave Toulon without at least visiting the Tour Royale, also known as La Grosse Tour. The Tour Royale is a fort that became the first fortification of the harbor in the 16th century. Its primary purpose was to offer an area in which to fire at incoming ships. Construction of the fort finished in 1524, and before long, it was captured by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor’s army. The tower became a museum in 2004 and links to a coastal path that takes visitors to the Mourillon beaches.

While you’re exploring the city, soaking up the coastal atmosphere and stunning beaches, why not enjoy local cuisine? Toulon boasts Provence and Mediterranean cuisine that will surely tantalize the taste buds. Try the local specialty of cade toulonnaise, a chickpea flour snack, or a chichi Fregi, a donut from Provence. Smash sandwiches are also popular options from Toulon street vendors.

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