Situated to the southeast of the city, the Mourillon is a genuine little village within the city and became Toulon's chic quarter in the late 19th century. The promenade, lined with impressive bourgeois residences, a pretty church, daily food market, botanical gardens and attractive boutiques, make it a great place for a relaxed stroll. The Mourillon Beaches are a favourite year-round haunt for locals and holiday makers, luxuriant gardens, and pretty waterside bars and restaurants. The Mourillon also remains one of the city's best quarters for eating out: the village streets and sea front are packed with attractive restaurants serving specialities from the five continents – plus of course, Provence! The Mourillon is the venue for many evening events in summer, including the "Nuit des Pêcheurs" celebrating Toulon's ancient fishing heritage, the traditional firework display at Saint-Louis fort commemorating the siege of Toulon in 1707, and an international Jazz festival held on the beaches.Read more
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