Transfers are available from Toulon Airport to Hyères, Toulon and Saint-Tropez. With a central geographical starting point in Provence Côte d'Azur, very affordable bus transfers are available daily for €1.40 one way from the airport to the Bus station of Hyères (10 min) and Bus/Train stations of Toulon (30 min) giving access to a large choice of destinations in Provence Côte d'Azur through the railway system. On the west side, Marseille or Aix-en-Provence are less than 30 minutes away by train and you can travel East by train to Le Luc, Fréjus-St Raphaël or Cannes and Nice.
Direct bus services (4 times daily - €20.90 one way) from the airport to Saint-Tropez are operational on week-ends (Fri-Sat-Sun). Daily service in July and August. For times schedule/destinations, consult http://www.sodetrav.fr or http://www.ter-sncf.com/paca/index.asp.
Coming from the A8 highway (Nice - Aix motorway), take the exit for Toulon (A57) for 46 km, then follow the indications for Hyères / Saint-Tropez and continue on the A570 for 8.5 km, then on the roundabout take the second exit and continue on Voie Olbia (N98) for 0.4 km, then turn right on D559 for 3 km and turn right on D97 for 3 km. On the roundabout you will take the 3rd exit on your right on D42 to arrive at the airport's entrance facing the Mediterranean Sea.
Coming from Marseille and Aix, via the A50 motorway, you must follow Toulon on the highway and then cross the city of Toulon for 3 km. You will then see a sign for Hyères Airport, so follow the A570 (as above).
The taxi rank, in front of the terminal building, is only a few meters from the baggage reclaim hall. In less than 2 minutes, you will be driving along the coast. Taxi fares are reasonable (available for 1 to 4 persons):
These prices are an indication of day fares on week days and can be subject to changes. For week-end rates, check info on:
tel: + 33 4 94 00 60 00
Enjoy a true change of scenery and a relaxing journey. Gateway to St-Tropez and sunny Provence Côte d'Azur, you will feel immediately on holiday upon your arrival in Toulon-Hyères and grasp the true fragrance of pine trees and the exotic smell of the Mediterranean Sea, only a few meters facing the airport's entrance... Toulon-Hyères, the "off the beaten track" airport, located halfway between Nice and Marseille: you try it, you'll love it!
Toulon-Hyères International Airport: a human size terminal building with charming modern architecture, offers quality services for enjoyable travel: stress free, it guarantees a good start for your holiday. Try the convenient parking facilities facing the terminal building, a large choice of rent-a-car companies with little or no queuing, short walking distances in and out of the terminal building. You will appreciate the fast check-in and flowing access to the luggage control desks, enjoy a stroll in the nice boutiques and have a drink at the bar while waiting for your flight.
Toulon-Hyères International Airport offers easy access via motorways A 570 and A57, or N 98, enabling you to reach within 50 minutes drive, major tourist resorts/attractions: St-Tropez (for glitz and glamour), Le Lavandou/Bormes, les Mimosas and Bandol/Sanary (for white sandy beaches), Aix-en-Provence (for culture and architectural sightseeing), Provence Verte (St-Maximin and Brignoles for authentic medieval villages and unspoiled nature), or visit Toulon, Marseille or Cannes (for city breaks).
Hyères-les-Palmiers: Queen Victoria's first winter resort, a haven for nature lovers. With 300 days of sunshine yearly, Hyères-les-Palmiers has attracted during the 1850s, English speakers who made up a quarter of the winter residents in Hyères. Queen Victoria, initiated the trend of spending the whole winter season in "sunny" Provence and selected Hyères-les-Palmiers as her first winter resort.
Discover the many traces Queen Victoria's left behind in Hyères in the XIXth century. You can visit the medieval town, with its narrow streets and Provencal shops, the Victorian districts (special guided tours - free of charge - are available at the tourist office), or the town's magnificent Parks and Gardens. Hyères-les Palmiers has won in 2005 first prize as "Plus beaux Villages Fleuris de France", the most beautiful village in bloom of France.
The golden Islands: Paradise for water sports. This heavenly trio of islands, entirely car-free, is blessed with beautiful beaches but also with shady footpaths. Porquerolles with its charming village, you can walk along the coastal trails, rent a bike and pedal through the chestnut forest or vineyards and appreciate the unique panoramic view of the coast. Scuba divers will discover the variety of species (animals and plants) underwater surrounding Port Cros island (First French National Park in 1963), one of the most wonderful nature reserves of the Mediterranean Sea. L'Ile du Levant is appreciated by naturists.
If you are a fan of sailing / kite surfing / scuba diving / jet skiing: the city of Hyères-les-Palmiers offers you all facilities to practice your favorite hobbies in the most perfect conditions. Porquerolles island's bay is the ideal place for sailing, with nice wind yearly, and wonderful water quality, allowing also some dolphin and whale watching.
Various ferry services are operational from the Ports of Hyères to reach the 'Golden Islands' - Porquerolles, Port Cros and L'Ile du Levant. For information on the price and schedule consult: http://www.tlv-tvm.com
La Provence Verte: the unspoiled beauty of true Provence. Tucked away from the summer crowd between the Verdon (France's Grand Canyon), La Sainte-Baume (Marie-Magdalena's Grotto) and La Sainte-Victoire (famously painted by Cézanne), lies a region that has truly been blessed: La Provence Verte. This "Green" Provence consists of 37 "communes" (towns/villages) which have come together, combining their identities and values, in order to share with you their particular way of life and the pleasure found in a rest away from the crowd, and to help you explore and appreciate one of the most beautiful regions of France.
La Provence Verte enjoys a rich and varied heritage, bearing witness to its past, its history – the history of the men and women of Provence who, for centuries, have been dedicated to the cultivation of vineyards and olive groves, for which they had to adapt the land. Those visitors who are fond of history will visit La Provence Verte’s numerous museums: le Musée du Pays Brignolais, le Musée d’Art, Histoire et Société du Pays Sainte-Baume, le Musée du Santon (symbolic clay figurines representing saints and local personalities and the evolution of the Provencal costume), le Musée d’Art Sacré (the Museum of religious Art), le Musée des Miniatures, la Maison de l’Olivier (the Olive Tree Museum), le Musée de la Faïence (earthenware)... and why not discover the beauty of the nature with the splendid natural landscapes of the Forest, on the track of the cork oaks, botanical footpaths, archeological outings overlooking valleys full of lavender and olive trees scattered on hills that greet the visitor. http://www.la-provence-verte.net/us/accueil/accueil.htm
A large number of 18-hole golf courses are within reach (Golf de Valcros, Golf de La Garde, Golf de Barbaroux, Golf de la Frégate, Golf de Nans-les-Pins...).
Don’t forget the nice boutiques for shopping (Hermès, Tod's, Chanel etc...) including antiques and furniture!
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