Book ferries to Calvi from Nice in France with AFerry.co.uk
Calvi is situated on the north coast of the French island of Corsica. Ferries from Calvi in Corsica sail to Nice in France with operators such as Corsica Ferries. You can find departure schedules on the panel below and using the booking engine on the left you can book ferries with AFerry
Ferries to and from Corsica
Corsica Ferries offer excellent cabins, bars, self-service and a la carte restaurants, children's playrooms, swimming pools, solariums and shops. A wide choice of cabins helps you relax and feel at home whilst on board.
The town of Calvi is dominated by the imposing citadel and within it lays many treasures revealed to those who choose to wander beyond the port and explore the alleyways and old cobbled streets.
Calvi, originally a small fishing port, has always been historically significant and, once having been occupied by the Genoese, it is reputed to be the birthplace of Christopher Columbus. It remains the capital of the Balagne region, one of the most prosperous areas of Corsica. The surrounding hills and mountains create a natural amphitheatre which is called the `Garden of Corsica'.
Calvi possesses a beach of 6km of fine white sand, next to the ancient harbour and old town. It is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island with a gentle slope and safe bathing in the shallow, turquoise-blue waters. Windsurfing, diving, jet-skiing, yachting, water-skiing and paragliding are amongst the wide variety of water sports available in this perfect setting.
Calvi is a harbour on the north coast of Corsica that offers regular links to Nice in France and is therefore a popular way of getting on and off the island. Ferries from Calvi can be booked with AFerry using the booking form on the left.
Calvi port facilities
Calvi Ferry Port offers a full range of services and facilities.
Getting to Calvi
From Ile Rousse: Take the N197 and continue straight for 22 Km. From Ajaccio: Take the N194; then continue on the D81 that will lead you straight to Calvi.
The Train in Corsica is called Trinighellu, many tourists visit the island by train.
Everywhere in Corsica is well connected with the rest of the island by many bus and coach services.
Port de Commerce, Quai Landry, 20260 Calvi, Corsica
28 Jun 2014Not bad but..
But there is place to get better! Prices onboard are very high, cabins are very narrow.
Review by isyy
23 May 2014Touring holiday by car.
A fairly typical ferry journey- (we travel 3/4 times a year, and have done so for many years from France to the UK and back.) The staff controlling the parking of vehicles inside the ship were not organised, and were constantly changing instructions on where and how to park! We chose Corsican ferries rather than SCNM, as SCNM appears to always have some form of strike of it's operatives, particularly in Marseille. We speak with some knowledge of this as we live in the South of France, and watch/read the local media, and are not aware of this sort of problem with Corsican, which is why we booked/travelled with them. We would add that timekeeping for departure/arrival was very good.
Review by Anon
09 Oct 2012Holiday
A very easy crossing,the ship was very comfortable,a little late going and returning otherwise a pleasant trip
Review by philip lee
29 Sep 2012Good safe journey
Easy booking process with aferry.co.uk. Big ferry with huge seating areas. Small swiming pool on upper deck. Good choice of food. Shop open to purchase maps of Corsica etc. Clean and reliable.
Review by Anon
26 Sep 2012Holiday break to Calvi
MY husband and myself were staying in Nice and deceided to visit Corsica for two days as we had previously stopped there on a cruise,to the south of the Island.We found the booking very easy on line,a reasonable price and good sailing times.The choice of food and drink on board very reasonably priced.As a foot passenger I did notice there wasnt any chairs for elderly passengers waiting,a elderly couple pushed their way in, to the annoyance of others waiting.
Review by Alyson Mudd