Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Toulon page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Toulon lies between Marseille and Nice in the western part of the French Riviera. It's a typical example of a port on the Mediterranean and boasts one of France's loveliest harbours, full of small fishing boats as well as luxury yachts. Palm-shaded walkways line the waterfront and there are plenty of shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants in the centre, with inviting terraces. As well as being a major naval base, the city also has the air of a holiday resort. The fishing industry thrives here and there's a real Provençal heritage, which you'll see when you visit the vibrant markets and enjoy the laid-back Mediterranean lifestyle. Toulon has two Enterprise branches; one at Toulon train station and the other at Toulon Hyeres Airoport, which is a 25-minute drive from Toulon itself. Both branches are close to the region's major roads, offering excellent connections for those using Enterprise Rent-A-Car for their time in Toulon.
Toulon car hire with Enterprise gives you the choice of a wide range of vehicles for every traveller's need, whether on business or holiday. Choose a compact car for easy handling in traffic and to nip in and out of parking spaces. An economy car will work well if you're on a budget, while the range of luxury cars caters for those who are looking for a high-end vehicle. Families and groups often choose people carriers for space, while those exploring the countryside can choose rugged SUVs for versatile driving.
When it comes to Toulon car hire, Enterprise has an easy online booking process, no matter whether you choose the city or airport branch. There's an excellent range of vehicles at attractive and competitive rates, ensuring you get the best deals when booking online. You can also add extras in just a few simple clicks, such as a satnav or an additional driver. Save money with prepaid rental and choose the car that suits you best from the fuel-efficient vehicles that make up the entire Enterprise fleet.
Toulon-Hyères Airport is 11 miles to the east of Toulon and is connected to the city by bus. Ryanair is one of the airlines serving the airport from the UK (London Stanstead), and once your flight has landed, you can pick up your hire car straight from the terminal building. When heading out of the airport, you can follow the main autoroute or drive along the scenic coastal road to get to Toulon to the west and places such as St Tropez to the east.
The Rade de Toulon is a historic walking area in the city, offering a flat, easy walk by the port. You can admire the wonderful array of boats and enjoy many super places for a meal or refreshments. Find out about Toulon's role in maritime history at the Musee National de la Marine on the Place Monsenergue. Then, maybe head to the beach at the Plages du Mourillon, with clean water and gritty sand. Anse Magaud is another small local beach with great views and clear sea that's ideal for a swim!
The Île de Porquerolles is a perfect day trip from Toulon and travelling there will take around 90 minutes via the A570, which includes hopping on the ferry to get to the island. This idyllic spot has some beautiful coves and small beaches in a magnificent setting. Drive east to Le Lavandou, which will take you around 45 minutes via the D98, and discover this pretty seaside town and former fishing village. There's also the medieval village of Bormes-les-Mimosas nearby, with incredible views and a 16th-century church.
Toulon divides its street parking areas into two zones: orange and green. These have different rates for parking and zones are indicated on the parking meter. In addition, there are around 2,300 free parking spaces in the city, as well as paid-for car parks, such as Parking Q-Park Toulon Lafayette on Rue Dutasa. Driving in and around Toulon isn't too tricky; you will, however, benefit from a satnav or a paper map to help you find your way around and avoid one-way streets and pedestrianized areas. Like many towns on the coast in the South of France, traffic can get busy, so allow plenty of time for your journey, especially at peak times.