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Ferries Ajaccio

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 From June 15th to September 15th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island.
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Ferries to AjaccioPort connections and services

The port of Ajaccio is the port of call of the French city located in southern Corsica, predominantly its development is given by tourist and cruise traffic. It features a series of piers present where ships from Toulon, Marseille, and Porto Torres dock.

The beautiful city near the harbor offers the beauty of the waterfront, the charming medieval villages, and the characteristic streets of the center.

The part of the old port, called Tino Rossi is dedicated to the docking of small boats, and is enclosed by the Cittadella Pier and the Cappuccino Pier.

Ferries moor near the tourist part, ensuring departures to the coasts of France, Nice, Marseille and Toulon, while routes to Italy are directed to the ports of Genoa,  Savona and Porto Torres. The shipping companies that enable these connections are Corsica Sardinia Ferries, which operates the Italian routes, and Corsica Linea and La Meridionale, which operate the French routes. The routes have a high frequency, with multiple weekly and daily sailings.

The port of Ajaccio is also popular for cruise ship departures or calls.

Ajaccio's port activity is not limited to passenger transit; it also has a commercial function of cargo transit and fishing and a marina. Just adjacent to the port you can find plenty of typical stores, restaurants, bars, and more. Due to its central location in the city, you will find all essential services and leisure facilities in close proximity to the port of Ajaccio.

Ajaccio ferries About Ajaccio

Ajaccio has ancient roots and was conquered by different peoples of the Italian peninsula. It is unique and strong in its traditions, both for its rich heritage and its extraordinary beaches, it is a favorite destination for thousands of tourists.

Recognized as an imperial city, Ajaccio is the city where Napoleon Bonaparte was born. His childhood home is now a national museum and should be a must on your visit to the city.

Take the time to stroll through the narrow streets of the center, which has retained the atmosphere of a small Mediterranean village.
The center of Ajaccio exudes tranquility and the beauty of its streets and gardens. Several monuments and sites tell the city's history, such as the Cathedral and the Greek Chapel. Local markets allow visitors to sample the culinary specialties of the city and its region.

Its beaches also make it an unforgettable seaside destination. If you enjoy water sports or boat trips, discover the beautiful beaches and coves. Excursions offer the chance to discover breathtaking views, wild nature and a wealth of colorful flora and fauna. A stop at the Sanguinaire Islands is not to be missed.

→Useful information:• The Genoese quarter is the oldest in the city.

• Ajaccio has a market that takes place in Place Foch(typical local products).

•Place de Gaulle is a kind of border between the old town and new neighborhoods of Ajaccio.

• The Sanguinaires Islands are one of the most visited places in the country.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Quai du commerce, 06300 Ajaccio France

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 41.922411 N 8.740648 E

Ajaccio's ferry terminal is located in the heart of the city and is easily reached by car via the N196 and N193 roads (towards Ajaccio).

Ajaccio airport is about 6 km from the port and is connected to the port area by bus or cab.

Ajaccio train station is close to the port. The bus stop is next to the port station on Quai l'Herminier.

With ferries to Ajaccio, your stay in Corsica will be just a click away with MrFerry. Do not hesitate to book your ferry ticket at the best price. If you need more information, please contact our customer service.

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