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Toulon Airport Mini Guide
Tell me About Toulon Airport
Toulon-Hyeres Airport is 20km from the town of Toulon and in the village of Hyeres.
How Would I fly There?
There are budget and charter flights available to 7 European cities and Air France operates a connecting flight from Paris Orly
to Toulon Airport.
Can I get to the Town Easily?
You can take the bus 102 ‘reseau mistral’ into Toulon, it takes around 40 minutes. Its easy to drive from the airport to the town and just a 20 minute journey using the A57 and the A570.
What Facilities Does the Airport Have?
For any questions you may have at the airport, visit the information desk in departures and there is an ATM in arrivals if you need some more euros. Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport - you just need to buy a pre-paid card from the Relay shop. There is a dedicated area for the car hire offices near to the P3 car park.
Shopping and Eating
The shops and restaurants at Toulon Airport have been designed in the style of a Provencal village. Head to Relay to pick up your newspaper and water and buy your gifts and souvenirs at La Provence. You can look for bargains at Pon Duty Free shop, they specialize in fragrances and local artisanal products. When you get hungry you can get a meal or snack at Trib’s Bar-Brasserie.
Where can I Stay Nearby?
Hotel Club Le Plein Sud is a 2 star hotel, just over a kilometre from the airport. It is a seaside hotel, set in parklands and it has a fitness centre and swimming pool to keep you busy. The buffet restaurant Les Iles D’Or serves traditional cuisine and you can try local specialities there too. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.
What can I see in Toulon Town?
Toulon is surrounded by mountains and pine trees on one side and a sea bay on the other. It has a busy and colourful old town with a traditional Provencal market, this is the place to go to get a real feel for the town and its people. You can see the elegant architecture of the town and go to the opera house or visit a museum or art gallery. The town also has a military port and you can take a boat trip from there.