Maritime links between Corsica and mainland Europe are provided throughout the year because of the port:



Porto Vecchio

of Ile Rousse




that connect the island:

Marseille (SNCM and the South to and from Bastia, Ajaccio, Ile Rousse, Porto Vecchio and Propriano)

Toulon (SNCM and Corsica Ferries to and from Bastia, Ajaccio and Ile Rousse)

Nice (SNCM and Corsica Ferries to and from Bastia, Ajaccio, Ile Rousse and Calvi)

Savona (Italy - Corsica Ferries to and from Bastia, Ile Rousse and Calvi)

Genoa (Italy - Moby Lines to and from Bastia)

Livorno (Italy - Moby Lines and Corsica Ferries to and from Bastia)

Portoferrio (Elba - SNCM to and from Bastia, 2-3 times a year)

Sta Teresa di Galura (Sardinia - Moby Lines and Saremar to and from Bonifacio)

Porto Torres (Sardinia - The South and SNCM to and from Ajaccio and Propriano)

Golfo Aranci (Sardinia - Corsica Ferries to Bastia)

by shipping companies:

Corsica Ferries Corsican private company, owned by the family Lota,

SNCM, French public company until 2005, largely privatized since

The South, a subsidiary of STEF-TFE,

Saremar, Italian private company,

Moby Lines, Onorato group

air transport

Air links are provided by including two airlines, Air France and CCM Airlines, offering regular connections. From April to October, peaking in the summer, numerous links connect non-stop charter flights to Corsica from major European cities.

Corsica has four airports:

Airport of Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaparte to 5 km west of Ajaccio.

Poretta Bastia airport 16 km south of Bastia

Airport Calvi-Sainte-Catherine 8 km southeast of Calvi

Airport Figari Sud Corse 4 km northwest of Figari


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