The beaches of Toulon

Sun-lovers can opt for the Mourillon family beaches flying the European Blue Flag, or adjacent little coves shaded by pine trees. Boasting a variety of sailing clubs and water sports amenities, plus disabled facilities, Toulon is also a great place for soaking up the sunshine !

The Mourillon beaches

These are the city’s most popular beaches thanks to their location, extensive facilities for families and the disabled, playgrounds, restaurants and large landscaped areas where you can lay down your towel in summer. This is also the venue for major summer events, such as the Fort Saint-Louis firework display, Patrouille de France airshows, the “Lire à la plage” book readings and Fishermen’s Evening…

The Mourillon beaches have been awarded the following quality labels :
The European “Blue Flag” for their environmental quality.
The “Tourism & Handicap” label for their disabled facilities, including an access ramp, amphibious chair operated by lifeguards and path leading to the water’s edge.

Water sports : 2 clubs offering training courses and equipment hire for beginners and advanced levels.
Outings for children : Treat your kids to a guided discovery tour of the underwater world…

You can reach the Mourillon beaches easily on busses number 3 or 23 (Réseau Mistral public service).
Check out the schedules at Réseau Mistral.

Disabled facilities :

Label Tourisme et HandicapAnse de la Source
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Ramp and amphibious chair, plus path leading to water.
Chairs available from police unit in cove.
No special amenities for mental, auditory and visual handicaps.
Toilet, Parking, “Tourism & Handicap” label (mental and auditory handicaps), blue flag.

 

 

Plages accessibles
Plage du Lido
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Access ramp for disabled visitors.
No special amenities for mental, auditory and visual handicaps.
Toilet, Parking, blue flag
Special parking spaces.
Caution! High vehicles cannot access the car park.
Special beach access. For details, please contact the Tourist Office on +33(0)4 94 18 53 00

The coves of Méjean and Magaud

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Set at the foot of cliffs and lined with pine trees and fishermen’s huts, these discreet shingle coves, so typical of the Var coast, are the perfect choice for a day out in the company of chirping cicadas and swishing waves. Snorkelling lovers – don’t forget to take along your mask, flippers and tuba to explore the Mediterranean sea beds!
You can reach the coves of Méjean and Magaud easily on bus number 23 (Réseau Mistral public service).
Check out the schedules at Réseau Mistral.

Click here to discover the paths along the shore in Toulon

 

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