Toulon, the capital of the first French tourist department, implanted in the heart of an urban area with 450,000 residents diversifies its means of transport to welcome users at best.
The first French port to serve Corsica
A key transit route for the travelers coming from or heading to Corsica, the "Port du Levant" (The Eastern Port) is the 1st French port for Corsica, by passenger numbers (1.3M). The maritime shipping line "Corsica Ferries" connects Toulon and the ports of Ajaccio, Bastia and the "Île Rousse".
A successful boat / bus network
The sea shuttles of the Mistral Network of Toulon Provence Méditerranée urban community allow carrying 1.8 million travelers while reducing the road traffic in the urban area by 2,800 coaches.
The SNCF (French National Railway Company) train station: an outstanding achievement
Complementary to the bus station, it is an essential element of the Multimodal Interchange hub connecting Toulon to Paris within 4 hours.
With 582,132 passengers carried in 2013, the international Toulon-Hyères airport has risen by 3,251 passengers compared to 2012.
The ports of Toulon
Vieille Darse, Darse Nord and Saint-Louis in le Mourillon area, are ports of stay and gateways with strong international tourist attractiveness. Several yacht spots welcome prestigious ships.