Toulon

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Apartment for Sale in Toulon
  • €288,000
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  • For you boat lovers we present a newly renovated apartment overlooking the marina in Toulon with open views of the sea and boats. Ideal residence for holidays or main residence.
  • Ref:297
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Apartment for Sale in Toulon
  • €155,000
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  • If you are looking for a small, secure and easy maintenance holiday home then go no further. Located in Toulon's town center this apartment offers 68 sqm of living space: dining room 17 sqm, 1 bedroom (possibly 2), bathroom, separate toilet. Situated on the 10th floor with open views on hills, harbour and town.
  • Ref:266
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Land for Sale in Toulon
  • €320,000
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  • Price reduction was 360,000 Euros now 320,000 Euros. Building land for sale 10 minutes drive from the centre of Toulon, Provence - Cote D'Azur.
  • Ref:265
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About Toulon

The City of Toulon set be between Marseille and Saint Tropez, with its magnificent natural harbour, is sited between the sea and Mount Faron the massive limestone mountain towering over the City. Toulon has a strong Naval history and is still a large military port which manages to exist along side the beauty and heritage of Toulon, complimenting, rather than distracting from it. A popular marina for many private boats and the point of embarkation for the ferries to Sardinia, Corsica and Italy. Many of the large cruise ships are calling at Toulon for tourists to enjoy a day of shopping and site-seeing. Smaller boats will take you on a cruise around the bay or a trip to the nearby islands including Porquerolles and Port-Cros, known as the "Golden Islands".

The old part of the city is undergoing extensive renovation. Attractive squares with cafes, fountains and additional palm trees are being created. Areas that had deteriorated are being injected with a vibrant atmosphere which is attracting tourism. Toulon has an excellent cultural infrastructure such as the Opera House built in 1862, the Sainte-Marie-de-la-Seds Cathedral and an assortment of museums.

A favourite place is the harbour, a great place to stroll or relax in one of the many small cafes facing the sea. In the town itself are shops and boutiques including the popular Provencal market on Cours Lafayette. This daily market is frequented by local chefs, searching for the very best for their recipes.

Within 15 minutes walk from Toulon are the beaches of Mourillon with many cafes, restaurants, children’s play areas, water sports and gardens. Among the villages surrounding the bay is the ancient town of La Garde, Le Revest-les-Eaux, Saint-Mandrier and Les Sablettes.
 

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