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Book a ferry to Bonifacio with AFerry. Ferries to Bonifacio, in Corsica, are available from Sardinia. You can take a ferry to Bonifacio from Santa Teresa Gallura.
Bonifacio Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Bonifacio are operated by Moby Lines. When you search for a ferry to Bonifacio, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Ajaccio, Porto Vecchio and Propriano to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Bonifacio ferries with Moby Lines are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Bonifacio will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Bonifacio Ferry Port is the main port in the south of Corsica and it is separated from the Italian island of Sardinia by the Strait of Bonifacio, which is only 7 miles wide. Bonifacio was been founded by Bonifazio, Marquis of Tuscany, in the 9th century. This gives it perfect links between the two islands with ferries that can all be booked through AFerry
The city is split into two; the old town (Vieille Ville) and the Upper city (la Haute Ville). Bonifacio is a little medieval town, with its narrow roads, flanked by old houses, situated on a long white limestone promontory that has been sculpted by the ocean into unusual and fascinating shapes. Furthermore, Bonifacio is a very popular tourist destination due to its proximity to some of the best beaches in Corsica.
There are notable sites worth visiting in and around Bonifacio such as 12th and 13th century's churches, including the Ste Marie Majeure and St Dominique, the 'Staircase of the King of Aragon' and The Aquarium de Bonifacio. Boat trips to the cave of Sdragonato are also available.
In Bonifacio you can enjoy other activities such as golf, shopping in the boutiques in town, enjoying great cuisine in one of the many restaurants as well as Bungee jumping, Mountain biking, Diving and Windsurfing.
Ferries to and from Bonifacio
All Moby Lines ferries have children's play areas, games rooms and restaurants serving a range of delicious regional and international cuisine. An excellent range of cabins and seating options are also available for your comfort.
Bonifacio Ferry Port Services
Bonifacio Ferry Port has a range of services and facilities.
Getting to Bonifacio
Bonifacio is well connected to everywhere on the island, by two main motorways. The Motorway N196 runs along the West side of Corsica while the N198 runs along the East side of the island. Bonifacio Ferry Port is well signposted.
Quai Sott Portigliola, Bonifacio, Francia, 20169, Bonifacio, Corsica
Gazano, Porto di Bonifacio, 20169 Bonifacio, Corsica
15 Jun 2019ME
No comments made about onboard catering - because I did not make use of it. Your review insists that I fill all reviews so only one star given because of your requirements
Review by MARTIN EVERETT
28 Jun 2018Pathetic
Cancelled without notice. Nobody told us. No information
Review by Chris van Heerden
01 Nov 2017Hassle free journey
Quick journey and helpful staff.
Review by DAVID CARR
19 Jun 2017Highly recommended trip
The easiest and fastest way to travel between Sardinia and Corsica. The ferry was spacious and clean, we had a choice of an air-conditioned seating area or two open decks (with seats as well). On our way back we wanted to travel with an earlier ferry than we booked - we just had to ask, and the new ticket was in our hands. Additionally, the view is beautiful from the open deck.
Review by Anon
21 Sep 2014You must see Port Bonifacio
There is no parking place in Santa Teresa near to the port, so if you plan to leave your car in Sardegna, than arrive earlier to the city to have time to walk through the tunnel!
Review by Anon