Directions

Finding La Toscane is relatively easy but please keep in mind the narrow Provencal roads and don’t hesitate to Honk the Hooter.

Assuming you are driving via the A8 Autoroute, take the exit marked 35 "BRIGNOLES" and at the first very large roundabout, take the last exit towards "Carces" and "Le Val." At the next large roundabout, take the last exit, continuing to follow the signs to Carces D554. Continue on this road towards "COTIGNAC" and "MONTFORT SUR ARGENS" D22.

At the crossroads before Montfort, you will see the sign to "CORRENS" D45. Turn left here and continue for about 4 kms.

After entering the village, turn right at the T junction, drive over the small bridge crossing the River Argens and immediately after the War Memorial Monument, take the small, narrow road marked "Chemin de St. Jean." Continue on this road for about 1 mile. The road winds and climbs and don't hesitate to Honk the Horn as the road is narrow. La Toscane is located on the right hand side just after the signpost marked "L'Allegrier." It is marked on a large stone and has a long driveway leading to the house. Welcome!

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Nice Cote d’Azur International Airport is 1.5 hours drive from La Toscane taking the A8 motorway. Marseille Airport is about the same distance. Having the benefit of Low Budget Air Travel, flying to the South of France has become quite a doddle and here are some ways of getting here quickly and cheaply.

If Traveling by Aeroplane.
UK Flights to Nice with Easyjet or BMI Baby.
US Daily Flight 82/83 to Nice with Delta from New York’s JFK.
Canadian Flights to London or Paris with Easyjet Connections.
Canadian Flights to Marseille Marignane Airport with Air Transat.
Scandinavian flights from Copenhagen to Nice with Sterling.
Scandinavian flights from Oslo with Norwegian Airlines.

If Traveling by Automobile.
Dover Cross Channel Ferries with P & O to Calais, or from Dover to Boulogne with SpeedFerries. Alternatively, take the Channel Tunnel.

If Traveling by Train.
Take the Eurostar from London’s Waterloo Station, and then hop on to one of France’s TGV (train a grande Vitesse).