Ferries to Corsica

Travel by ferry to Corsica! Travelling to Corsica couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Corsica holiday rested and without stress.

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 offered 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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All ferries to Corsica

Here you find all current ferry connections to Corsica.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Marseille – Ajaccio Ferry from France to Corsica 7 times a week
11 hours 0 minutes
Corsica Linea
La Meridionale
Ferry Marseille – Bastia Ferry from France to Corsica 7 times a week
11 hours 0 minutes
La Meridionale
Corsica Linea
Ferry Marseille – Ile Rousse Ferry from France to Corsica 4 times a week
130 minutes
Corsica Linea
Ferry Marseille – Porto Vecchio Ferry from France to Corsica 3 times a week
13 hours 30 minutes
Corsica Linea
La Meridionale
Ferry Golfo Aranci – Porto Vecchio Ferry from Sardinia to Corsica 2 times a week
2 hour(s) 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Livorno – Bastia Ferry from Italy to Corsica 15 times a week
4 hours 5 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Livorno – Ile Rousse Ferry from Italy to Corsica 1 time a week
8 hours 5 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Livorno – Porto Vecchio Ferry from Italy to Corsica 1 time a week
10 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Nice – Ajaccio Ferry from France to Corsica 2 times a week
6 hours 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Nice – Bastia Ferry from France to Corsica 6 times a week
5 hours 25 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Nice – Ile Rousse Ferry from France to Corsica 3 times a week
4 hours 25 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Nice – Porto Vecchio Ferry from France to Corsica 1 time a week
11 hours 0 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Piombino – Bastia Ferry from Italy to Corsica 1 time a week
3 hours 45 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Porto Torres – Ajaccio Ferry from Sardinia to Corsica 1 time a week
4 hours ) 0 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Corsica Linea
Ferry Porto Torres – Porto Vecchio Ferry from Sardinia to Corsica 1 time a week
4 hour(s) 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Porto Torres – Propriano Ferry from Sardinia to Corsica 1 time a week
3 hour(s) 30 minutes
La Meridionale
Ferry Portoferraio – Bastia Ferry from Elba to Corsica 2 times a week
1 hour(s) 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Savona – Bastia Ferry from Italy to Corsica 3 times a day
6 hours 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Savona – Ile Rousse Ferry from Italy to Corsica 1 time a week
9 hours 0 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Toulon – Ajaccio Ferry from France to Corsica 13 times a week
7 hours ) 0 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Toulon – Bastia Ferry from France to Corsica 9 times a week
8 hours 5 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Toulon – Ile Rousse Ferry from France to Corsica 5 times a week
6 hours 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Toulon – Porto Vecchio Ferry from France to Corsica 4 times a week
11 hour(s) 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Genoa – Bastia Ferry from Italy to Corsica 14 times a week
7 hours 15 minutes
Moby Lines
Ferry Santa Teresa di Gallura – Bonifacio Ferry from Sardinia to Corsica 4 times a day
50 minutes
Moby Lines
Ferry Marseille – Propriano Ferry from France to Corsica 3 times a week
12 hours 0 minutes
La Meridionale

All ferries from Corsica

Here you find all current ferry connections from Corsica.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Ajaccio – Marseille Ferry from Corsica to France 7 times a week
12 hour(s)
Corsica Linea
La Meridionale
Ferry Ajaccio – Nice Ferry from Corsica to France 2 times a week
6 hours 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Ajaccio – Porto Torres Ferry from Corsica to Sardinia 1 time a week
4 hours ) 0 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Corsica Linea
Ferry Ajaccio – Toulon Ferry from Corsica to France 13 times a week
7 hours 15 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Bastia – Marseille Ferry from Corsica to France 7 times a week
12 hours 15 minutes
Corsica Linea
La Meridionale
Ferry Ile Rousse – Marseille Ferry from Corsica to France 4 times a week
131 minutes
Corsica Linea
Ferry Porto Vecchio – Marseille Ferry from Corsica to France 3 times a week
13 hours
Corsica Linea
La Meridionale
Ferry Bastia – Genoa Ferry from Corsica to Italy 14 times a week
7 hours 15 minutes
Moby Lines
Ferry Bastia – Livorno Ferry from Corsica to Italy 16 times a week
4 hours 5 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Bastia – Nice Ferry from Corsica to France 6 times a week
5 hours 15 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Bastia – Piombino Ferry from Corsica to Italy 1 time a week
3 hour(s)
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Bastia (Corsica) – Portoferraio (Elba) Ferry from Corsica to Elba 2 times a week
1 hour(s) 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Bastia – Savona Ferry from Corsica to Italy 3 times a day
6 hours 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Bastia – Toulon Ferry from Corsica to France 8 times a week
8 hours 5 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Ile Rousse – Livorno Ferry from Corsica to Italy 1 time a week
8 hours 5 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Ile Rousse – Nice Ferry from Corsica to France 2 times a week
4 hours 25 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Ile Rousse – Savona Ferry from Corsica to Italy 1 time a week
8 hour(s)
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Ile Rousse – Toulon Ferry from Corsica to France 6 times a week
6 hours 15 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Porto Vecchio – Golfo Aranci Ferry from Corsica to Sardinia 1 time a week
3 hour(s) 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Porto Vecchio – Livorno Ferry from Corsica to Italy 1 time a week
5 hour(s) 45 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Porto Vecchio – Nice Ferry from Corsica to France 1 time a week
9 hours 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Porto Vecchio – Porto Torres Ferry from Corsica to Sardinia 1 time a week
4 hour(s) 30 minutes
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Porto Vecchio – Toulon Ferry from Corsica to France 5 times a week
10 hour(s)
Corsica Ferries
Ferry Propriano – Porto Torres Ferry from Corsica to Sardinia 1 time a week
4 hours ) 0 minutes
La Meridionale
Ferry Propriano – Marseille Ferry from Corsica to France 3 times a week
12 hours 30 minutes
La Meridionale
Ferry Bonifacio – Santa Teresa di Gallura Ferry from Corsica to Sardinia 4 times a day
50 minutes
Moby Lines

Ferry ports at Corsica

You can find an overview of all ferry ports at Corsica here.

Ports
Ajaccio (Corsica)
Propriano
Porto Vecchio
Ile Rousse
Bastia
Bonifacio

Travel guide Corsica

Holiday at Corsica

Corsica delights nature lovers with vast expanses of forest and rugged mountains. Relaxing holidays are also promised by white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, picturesque coastal towns and a mix of French and Italian lifestyle.

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TOP excursion destinations at Corsica

In Corsica’s capital Ajaccio, Napoleon Bonaparte was born in 1769. Statues and street names still commemorate the city’s most famous son. The boulevards and squares exude urban flair. The citadel, the old town and Napoleon’s birthplace delight culturally interested visitors, while white sandy beaches invite you to swim.

The cityscape of the coastal town of Calvi is dominated by the towering citadel. Here in the upper town is the old town with its mighty fortification walls. The lower town delights with a lively harbour promenade and five kilometres of sandy beach.

The location of the coastal town of Bonifacio is absolutely unique. The citadel and the old town are situated on a white chalk cliff. Visitors enter the medieval part of the city through the mighty Genoese Gate.

In the heart of the island, Corte is worth a visit. The citadel overlooks the city and invites you to stroll through the historic part. Hikes lead into picturesque river valleys, where countless pools invite you to bathe in front of an impressive natural backdrop.

On hot summer days, the Fango Valley offers wonderfully refreshing holiday moments. Here, the river Fango meanders through rocks and stones, forming crystal clear pools, refreshing waterfalls and nature-sculpted slides and loungers.

The Cap Corse – the index finger of Corsica – offers its visitors besides picturesque villages, wineries, wonderful views and fantastic beaches also the largest number of Genoese watchtowers. Once they were built to protect against pirates, optical signals served as a warning system at that time.

With a considerable height of 2,706 metres, Monte Cinto is the highest elevation in Corsica. The demanding mountain tour up to the summit is rewarded with unique views.

The Parc Naturel Régional de la Corse covers one third of the island. The aim is to preserve the richness of species, over 800 animal species find a protected habitat here. Eagles, puffins and mouflons can be spotted in the nature park.


Entry requirements

To enter France, German citizens need an identity card or a (children’s) passport. 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 we continue by Ferry. In addition, Corsica is served by several international airports throughout the year.


Questions & Answers about the Corsica ferry

››› Which shipping companies have ferries to Corsica?

Currently there are four shipping companies that offer ferry connections to Corsica:

››› How much does a ferry to Corsica cost?

The cost of a ferry to Corsica varies and from on a number of factors. For example, with which ferry company you travel, from which port of departure you want to travel to Corsica or whether you travel within or outside the peak season. Just use our booking form to find the best
Corsica ferry to
best ferry fare.

››› How long does the crossing to Corsica take?

Depending to port of departure, crossings to Corsica take between 4 and 11 hours. The shortest are the ferries from Livorno to Bastia (4 to 4½ hours) and the ferries from Genoa to Bastia (5 hours).

››› Can I take my dog with me to ferry?

Yes, of course! Dogs are welcome on board the Corsica ferries. On the ferries you will find special areas with dog crates and outside decks with dog crates. There are even ferries with pet cabins. However, you need to hurry with the booking here, as these are always booked up very quickly.


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