Travel with the Ferry to Corsica! The journey to Corsica couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This is how you start your holiday in Corsica rested and stress-free.
There are more than 20 routes to choose from for your crossing to Corsica. Ferries from mainland France depart from Marseille, Toulon and Nice. Ferries from Italy are available from Savona, Genoa, Livorno and Piombino. There are also ferry connections from Sardinia and Elba. The Corsican ferry ports are: Ajaccio, Bastia, Bonifacio, Ile Rousse, Porto Vecchio and Propriano.
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Ferry ports in Corsica
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Holidays in Corsica
Corsica delights nature lovers with extensive forest areas and a rugged mountain world. Relaxing vacation days also promise white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, picturesque coastal towns and a mix of the French and Italian way of life.
TOP excursion destinations in Corsica
In Corsica's capital Ajaccio was established in 1769 Napoleon Bonaparte born. Still images and street names remind of the city's most famous son. The boulevards and squares exude urban flair. Citadel, old town and Napoleon's birthplace delight culturally interested visitors, white sandy beaches invite you to swim.
The cityscape of the coastal town Calvi characterizes the towering citadel. Here in the upper town is the old town with its mighty fortification walls. The lower town impresses with a lively harbor promenade and five kilometers of sandy beaches.
The location of the coastal town Bonifacio is absolutely unique. The citadel and old town lie on a white chalk cliff. Visitors can enter the medieval part of the city through the mighty Genoese Gate.
Well worth a visit in the heart of the island Cutting. The citadel towers over the city and invites you to stroll through the historical part. Hikes lead into picturesque river valleys, where countless pools invite you to swim in front of an impressive natural backdrop.
On hot summer days that offers Fangotal wonderfully refreshing holiday moments. Here, the Fango River meanders through stones and rocks, forming crystal clear pools, refreshing waterfalls and slides and loungers shaped by nature.
The Cap Corse - the index finger of Corsica - offers its visitors not only picturesque villages, wineries, wonderful views and dreamy beaches but also the largest number Genoese watchtowers. Once they were built to protect against pirates, optical signals then served as a warning system.
With a remarkable height of 2.706 meters, the Monte Cinto the highest point in Corsica. The demanding mountain tour up to the summit is rewarded with unique views.
The Park Natural Regional de la Corse extends over a third of the island. The aim is to preserve the diversity of species, over 800 animal species find a protected habitat here. Eagles, puffins and mouflons can be spotted in the nature park.
Entry requirements Corsica
German nationals need an identity card or a (children's) passport to enter France. You do not need a visa for your trip to Corsica.
Alternative travel options
All French and Italian mainland ports are easily accessible by car, bus and train. From here the ferry continues. In addition, several international airports are served all year round in Corsica.