Scenic neighborhoods in Bay of Toulon
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The old town, located by the harbour, is very appealing with its ochre, yellow and pink houses, and its narrow, winding streets, charming squares and fountains.
On the southeast side of the city is the Mourillon, a genuine village within the city. It is the city's best spot for eating out, with the seaside promenade and adjacent streets lined with attractive restaurants and bars.
La Seyne-sur-Mer and St Mandrier-sur-Mer
La Seyne-sur-Mer has a past linked with shipbuilding. The town’s centre, located around the colourful harbour, has kept its appeal as a quiet Provencal port. There are several interesting fortified sites in La Seyne, such as the Fort Balaguier (17th century, converted to a naval museum), the Fort Eguillette (16th century) or the Fort Napoleon (17th century). St Mandrier is located on a charming peninsula, at the entrance of the Bay of Toulon. Both towns lie adjacent to a magnificent wooded massif.