Porto Vecchio Ferries
Porto Vecchio Ferries - Prices from £116
Book a ferry to Porto Vecchio with AFerry. Ferries to Porto Vecchio, in Corsica, are available from France, Italy and Sardinia. You can take a ferry to Porto Vecchio from Golfo Aranci, Livorno, Marseille, Nice, Piombino, Porto Torres and Toulon.
Porto Vecchio Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Porto Vecchio are operated by Corsica Linea, Corsica-Sardinia Ferries and La Meridionale. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Porto Vecchio, 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 Porto Vecchio, 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, Bastia and Bonifacio to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Porto Vecchio ferries with Corsica Linea, Corsica-Sardinia Ferries and La Meridionale 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 Porto Vecchio will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Porto Vecchio Routes
About Porto Vecchio
Porto Vecchio is located in South East Corsica and is the third largest town on the island. As well as the port, Porto Vecchio is a tourist destination in its own right with tourists being attracted to the area's beautiful beaches. In fact, in the summer months the population of the town increases four-fold. Historically, the economy of Porto Vecchio was dependent on salt and became known as the 'city of salt'. Today, the salt marshes are no longer functioning and are home to a variety of wading birds.
Ferries from Porto Vecchio
La Méridionale offers cabins and a range of comfortable seats, welcoming staff and quality cuisine prepared on board. All of this helps to make a magical experience helped by the musical Corsican atmosphere.
SNCM ferries are a major operator in the Mediterranean connecting Italy, Greece and Croatia. From Porto Vecchio you can take SNCM ferries to Civitavecchia near Rome and to Marseille in Southern France. All SNCM ferries provide a wide range of onboard facilities including restaurants and free shopping. Some ships also provide a games room, a swimming pool, a jacuzzi and a disco.
So, book your ferry from this beautiful Corsican townto the Italian mainland simply and securely with AFerry.
Porto Vecchio is a gorgeous town on the southern coast of Corsica, set against a background of stunning mountains. From Porto Vecchio it is possible to get a ferry to Marseille and Toulon in the south of France. All ferries from Porto Vecchio can be booked through AFerry.
Porto Vecchio port facilities
Porto Vecchio has a full range of facilities and services.
Getting to Porto Vecchio
The N198 or N196 are the best routes to take to get to Porto Vecchio. Please note that during summer it can sometimes take 2 hours or more to navigate through the traffic jams: make sure to allow plenty of time for this when you are arriving to catch your ferry.
Porto Vecchio Map
Quai de Syracuse, 20137 Porto Vecchio , Corsica
Gare Maritime, 20137 Porto Vecchio , Corsica
Quai de Syracuse, 20137 Porto Vecchio, Corsica
27 Jun 2018First over night experience
The ferry was fine. It has everything you need and even an hour door beach bar! The sail all went to plan and departures and arrivals went very smoothly. Only thing we found was the ferry was very dated and our room was especially in need of updating and looked as though water had leaked into the room which is always concerning on a boat. However we had a window view which was lovely to sit and watch the world go by! I would recommwndpayimg the little extra foe a room as it's nice to escape to...and especially getting one with a window! All in all a good trip.
Review by Anon
13 Oct 2016Not the best experience
We had to go to the port office and get our tickets printed, which took some time, just as well as the ferry was very late and there was no information anywhere to advise of delay. After that it was very well organised with plenty of room to exit our vehicle. The return journey was absolute chaos with cars parked so close together that the passenger had to get out first,then on disembarkation a car broke down on the exit ramp and took ages to move, the whole disembarkation process taking well over an hour,this after waiting in a corridor for 30-40 minutes to get to the stairs,all the toilets at this point were closed off.
Review by Anon
12 Aug 2016Ship needs maintenance !! Now!!
Ship needs maintenance. Is in bad condition. Broken toilets, non-functioning toilet doors, almost all furniture is in bad condition. Carpeting is dirty, ceilings full of dust, personal not helpfull. The trip is far from cheap but has defintely got the impression of being cheap. Allthough the cabins are clean also there there is a lack of maintenance. All the furniture in the cabin was damaged and in bad condition.
Review by Anon
21 Nov 2012Holiday in Corsica
All OK with one problem: When we wanted to have dinner we had to take TWO menus, even if one of us was not hungry and didn't want to eat at that time. We had two options: 1. one of us to leave and the other to eat alone (not nice!) 2. take&pay two menus and leave one on the table (which we did!)
Review by Mihail Razvan Damian
17 Oct 2012Out of season travel
We have travelled as foot passengers several times, and always out of season (just). Usually, only one restaurant, the most expensive, is open, and we do not consider it good value for money, so take our own food. The cabins although small, are clean and adequate, but I can't imagine how an overweight person would manage in the shower/toilet cubicle! The disembarking arrangements for foot passengers is a bit of a free for all, but somehow seems to work. The SNCM office in Marseille is well situated and convenient. We really enjoy travelling by ferry: it is a very good way to start a holiday, allowing time to wind down, relax and enjoy the views.
Review by Jackie Pooley