Ile Rousse Ferries

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Ile Rousse Ferries - Prices from £237

Book a ferry to Ile Rousse with AFerry. Ferries to Ile Rousse, in Corsica, are available from France and Italy. You can take a ferry to Ile Rousse from Marseille, Nice, Savona and Toulon.

Ile Rousse Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Ile Rousse are operated by Corsica Linea and Corsica-Sardinia Ferries. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of Ile Rousse, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Ile Rousse, 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 Bastia, Calvi and Porto Vecchio to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Ile Rousse ferries with Corsica Linea and Corsica-Sardinia Ferries 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 Ile Rousse will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Ile Rousse Routes

About Ile Rousse

Ile Rousse (which means red island) is on the noth-west coast of Corsica. It was founded by Pasquale Paoli in 1758, with the intention of creating a port not controlled by the Genoese. Lying 20 kilometres north-east of Calvi, Ile Rousse is in a splendid setting, which attracts many visitors, tourism having surpassed the port as the key activity for the town. With a reasonable beach to the south at Plage de Rindara, and small rocky islands to the north, it offers many attractions for visitors. The 18th and early 19th century architecture of the town, includes some attractive buildings. Ile Rousse has proved popular with tourists thanks to its beautiful white beaches, its exceptional climate, and an abundance of bars and restaurants.

Ferries to and from Ile Rousse

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.

SNCM is a major ferry company operating from Corsica to southern mainland France and provide modern well equipped ferries and excellent levels of service.

Whichever route you take on your Ile Rousse ferry, you are certain to have a great journey with either of these well known ferry companies.

Ile Rousse Port

Ile Rousse Ferry Port is located in north-west Corsica. The resort only became popular quite recently, discovered by English tourists at the beginning of the 20th century. The name Ile Rousse was taken from the description of the rocky islets which turn red at sunset. Ferries from Ile Rousse connect Corsica to mainland France and can all be booked online with AFerry.

Ile Rousse port facilities

Ile Rousse has all the major necessary facilities, including toilets with disabled access.

Getting to Ile Rousse

Ile Rousse Ferry port can be reached by heading north and taking the N193, and then the N197 all the way to Ile Rousse, from there follow signs for the Ferry port. There is one train a day between Ile Rousse and Calvi `Le petit tramway de Balagne'.

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Reviews

  • 12 Sep 2018
    Great experience
    • Excellent experience and great food on board

      Review by CHRISTINE DALBY

  • 09 Sep 2018
    Corsica
    • Very good trip, fast and comfortable.

      Review by YVES BEI

  • 13 Jul 2018
    Nice-Ajaccio Corsica Ferry
    • Nice way to travel from Nice to Corsica. Cabin was clean.

      Review by THOMAS THANH CUNG

  • 20 Jun 2017
    Could be better
    • The lady checking us in as Foot passengers was rude and abrupt.We understand the need for security checks but some customer service training is needed. Disembarcation for foot passengers was totally disorganised.

      Review by JANE NIKOLARAKIS

  • 18 Jun 2016
    A comfortable passage
    • A few more seats below topdeck where one could recline. There seemed to be competition for more comfortable seats. Seemingly comfortable seats maybe comfortable for a coffee session but not for a many hours journey.

      Review by Harvey rabiner