Ferry to Corsica


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Booking a ferry to Corsica is simple, easy and safe with AFerry, just use the booking form above to get a price.

How much is the ferry to Corsica?

Route Price Fare Details
Toulon - Ajaccio
(Corsica-Sardinia Ferries)
  • Booked: Wednesday, 23 September 2020
  • Travel: Wednesday, 12 May 2021 - Thursday, 27 May 2021
  • Car + 2
Marseille - Bastia
(Corsica Linea)
  • Booked: Monday, 12 October 2020
  • Travel: Friday, 6 November 2020 (One Way)
  • Car + 1
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How to book your ferry to Corsica

Booking a ferry to or from Corsica couldn't be easier with AFerry. You can either use the booking form at the top left of the page.

More About Corsica

The island of Corsica lies in the Mediterranean sea off the coasts of Italy and France, just above the neighbouring island of Sardinia.

Corsica is a popular tourist destination that offers many activities and attractions for the visitor to enjoy, from hiking, scuba diving and sailing, to beautiful beaches, picturesque towns and the stunning Ajaccio cathedral. Corsica also offers an excellent variety of shopping and dining facilities.

One of the best ways to take in the island is by taking a Mare e Mare walk from one side of the island to another which can take from 5-17 days to walk!

But even if you just feel like relaxing, there are still many things to do around Corsica.

Corsica Travel Guide

With a Mediterranean climate and a landscape with astounding depth, Corsica is a great place to visit for those that want to explore in the sun. The ocean surrounding Corsica has a landscape of its own to explore, through scuba diving and sailing.

Corsica is a Mediterranean island in between the south of France and western Italy. The birthplace of Napoleon, this island is full of life, culture and unique landscapes. Along the coast you will find the hot, dry climate that you expect from a Mediterranean island but there are also the stunning, uninhabited alpine areas which are home to snow-capped hilltops and small glaciers. Discover the Parc Naturel Régional de Corse which is a protected home to thousands of rare Mediterranean animals including the local Corsican red deer.

The ocean around this `mountain in the sea', as some locals call it, is perfect for scuba diving and sailing in the lovely weather of a Mediterranean summer.

Travel to Corsica

All types of transport are able to take you to and around Corsica. Ferries from France are perhaps the easiest option with ferries going daily from Marseille, Nice and Toulon and even from Italy you can travel to Corsica from ports in Genoa, Naples or Sardinia. Unfortunately, the public transport in Corsica is quite poor so the best way to explore the island is by car although if you prefer to take the train, there are three lines which link between the major towns on the island.

Things to See

One of the best ways to take in the island, albeit the most time-consuming, is by taking a Mare e Mare walk from one side of the island to another which can take from 5-17 days to walk! But even if you just feel like relaxing, there are still many things to do around Corsica.

You can relax on the beach enjoying the local gelatto, tasting the unique Corsican cuisine with Italian and French influences like wild boar sausages or maybe discovering the history of Napoleon at the house where he was born, which is now a popular museum in Ajaccio, the capital of Corsica. A day in Ajaccio is also worthwhile with shops, restaurants, a large beach and the stunning Ajaccio Cathedral.


  • 19 Feb 2020
    • Very Nice, ADN agrabel

      Review by IOAN PALAMARU

  • 15 Jan 2020
    Great staff.
    • The staff were very friendly and helpful.

      Review by CATHERINE CIOSI

  • 21 Oct 2019
    Chaotic ship
    • Staff on Toulon dock seem to thrive on creating chaos enabling them to wave their arms around whist yelling at customers during the boarding process. Other docks seem to manage quite well with less staff in a calmer more ordered process. Many items on the bar list were not available from the start. After seeing the queue for dining, we were pleased we had the foresight to bring sandwiches on board. Cabins were comfortable and crossing was smooth, announcements do not carry through to cabin, however the speed of delivery made them unintelligible anyway going off those we heard elsewhere on the ship.

      Review by Anon

  • 01 Aug 2019
    Great boat with lots for the kids
    • Four hours flew by with the entertainment for the kids. Smooth crossing. Check in on both sides was a bit chaotic... more so in Italy! It all worked out fine.

      Review by Anon

  • 26 Jul 2019
    Smooth sailing but getting bored
    • It takes 5 hours and you get a bit bored by the end, but not long enough to hire a cabin. Pullman chair may have been a good idea. Not all areas are air conditioned. We bought self service food ticket but could not work out what it included and staff were not very helpful. They even overcharged us but returned the balance when complained. Checking out was slow.

      Review by ISTVAN BODI

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Corsica Popular Questions

Want to know more about your journey to Corsica? We've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions by our customers to help you plan your journey.

How much is the ferry to Corsica?

The cheapest price for Corsica found by AFerry customers recently is £131, on the Marseille - Bastia route for travel Friday, 6 November 2020 with Corsica Linea. Our most popular Corsica route, Toulon - Ajaccio, has recently been booked for £373 with Corsica-Sardinia Ferries, travelling Wednesday, 12 May 2021. Prices also vary depending on the date and time of travel.

Which ferries go to Corsica?

Ferries to Corsica are operated by Corsica Linea, Corsica-Sardinia Ferries, La Meridionale, Moby Lines and NLG.

Where can I get a ferry to in Corsica?

With AFerry you can book a ferry to Ajaccio, Bastia, Bonifacio, Ile Rousse and Porto Vecchio to name a few.

How long is the ferry to Corsica?

It depends where and when you travel. The quickest crossing to Corsica is Santa Teresa di Gallura - Bonifacio with NLG and takes 20 min, while the longest crossing is Toulon - Porto Vecchio with Corsica-Sardinia Ferries and can take up to 17 hrs.