The Private Accessible 8 hour Toulon Cruise Excursion is a full day adventure exploring the Provence region of France. This accessible shore excursion is perfect for the disabled traveler who likes to explore and learn about the history surrounding this region.
The accessible Toulon cruise excursion begins with your driver and professional guide meeting you at the Toulon cruise dock or accessible hotel. Roll aboard your private, wheelchair accessible, van and begin your tour of this amazing region of France. Your first stop will take you to the town of Aix-en-Provence. Take a stroll/roll along the Cours Mirabeau and experience the fresh, crisp air of southern France, the quaint shops and fabulous fountains of the city. Don’t miss the spectacular 17th century Town Hall and Archbishop’s Palace. Gaze upon the beautiful Gothic architecture on the exterior of the Aix Cathedral and make sure you don’t miss the elaborately carved walnut doors. Enjoy the atmosphere of a typical outside market, with each stall a reflection of typical Provence: natural, fresh and fragrant.
End your day on this cruise excursion of accessible Toulon with a stop in the small village of Cassis. Enjoy the beautiful, clear blue waters of the Mediterranean coast and the surrounding white limestone cliffs. These natural cliffs make a beautiful backdrop for all your vacation photographs! Take in the charm of this small village as you spend time shopping and admiring the quaint and colorful house and boats that line this port. After a re-charge of vitamin D, your driver and guide will return you to the Toulon cruise dock or hotel.
- Aix Cathedral (exterior)
- Town Hall
- Archbishop’s Palace
- Village of Cassis