When taking vacations, no one would want to catch bad weather that prevents them from exploring their travel destination and having them cooped up in their hotel until it passes.
Toulon being known as the main marine naval base of France, is abundant with its water activities such as boating, yachting, jet skiing, and the like. The town has also plenty of beach attractions which matches its almost all year round sunny and summer weather vibe.
All throughout the year, Toulon’s highest average temperature does not surpass 86 degrees Fahrenheit or 30 degrees Celsius and its lowest temperature reaching about 41 degrees Fahrenheit or 5 degrees Celsius.
The warmest time in Toulon are during the middle of year in the months of June, July, and August. The dry weather is observed during July, August, and September. Snow does sometimes occur during the month of February, but at a small amount or at times, none at all. The town at times experiences high humidity and comfortable humidity. The most humid month Toulon experiences is during November at 65.5% and the least humid during July at 53.9% relative humidity.
It is somewhat safe to travel to Toulon with reports as of January 2018, travel warnings have been advised for France. It is best to check for advisories when planning to travel to Toulon.
Toulon experiences its peak season with a high influx of tourists during the months of May, June, and July with June being the peak. As expected, during these months, the rates of travel, hotels, and other accommodations are the most expensive. During peak season, tourists are advised to plan and book ahead to be able to save from expensive fees. The off season for Toulon is during November when the influx of tourists is at its lowest.