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Ferries Porto Vecchio

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Porto Vecchio, also called the “city of salt”, is located on the southeast coast of Corsica. Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, it is one of the most well-known seaside resorts on the island and the third-largest municipality.

The port is divided into a recreational area for small boats and yachts. This area is protected from the winds by two breakwaters, the Dispensario and the Ficaja. The other part of the port has only one pier for passenger ferries.

The beauty of Corsica's beaches makes the port the main holiday destination, and the town's economy is based on tourism. More than 3,000 ferry passengers arrive in Porto Vecchio each year.

🚢 The town of Porto Vecchio is located on the gulf of the same name, which means that the port and the marina are well protected. Therefore, the port is suitable for the landing of private boats and yachts as well as ferry passengers. Ferries from Porto Vecchio connect the Corsican city with the main ports in the south of mainland France Marseille, Toulon and Nice.  Porto Vecchio also connects with some Italian ports such as Golfo Aranci, Porto Torres and Savona.

Ferry connections to Porto Vecchio are offered all year round by the shipping companies Corsica Linea, La Meridionale and Corsica Ferries

When arriving in Porto Vecchio by ferry, travelers will find restrooms and an information desk at the Porto Vecchio ferry terminal and have access to the Internet. Due to its location near the city center, passengers can easily walk to bars, restaurants, and places of interest.

🚗 At the Porto-Vecchio ferry terminal, various services are available for your basic needs, such as toilets, internet access and information desks. There are both free and paid car parks around the port area, and there is a large parking area in front of the embarkations. Car rental offices are numerous and many of them at cheap rates to meet the demand of the many tourists arriving by ferry without a vehicle.

Porto Vecchio ferries About Porto Vecchio

Nestled between sandy beaches and nature reserves, the village of Porto Vecchio is considered one of the most beautiful in Corsica.

The starting point of your visit to Porto Vecchio is Piazza della Repubblica, the symbol of the city. From here you can easily walk to the centre of the old town to visit the narrow stone streets that are characteristic of Porto Vecchio.

⛪ Some of the city's historic buildings, such as the Church of St. John the Baptist, the Chapel of Santa Croce and the Patio, can be found just off Piazza della Repubblica.

Porto Vecchio was built by the Genoese at the beginning of the 16th century and still shows traces of its origins: the “citadel” on the promontory, surrounded by narrow streets and stone houses, the Genoese gate and the Bastion of France, from whose terrace you can enjoy a 360° view of the city's gulf. 

Visit Porto Vecchio by ferry and discover the historic city while strolling through the small boutiques. Enjoy some free time in the many cozy cafés and restaurants in the town and marina.

🏖️ Around Porto Vecchio there are also numerous beaches, the most famous of which are Rondinara, Tamaricciu, Santa Giulia and, of course, Palombaggia with its white sand and turquoise water. The beautiful fine sandy beaches with their calm waters invite you to swim, relax and enjoy other various activities and water sports such as water-skiing or windsurfing.

If you wish to travel by ferry to Porto Vecchio or take a ferry from Porto Vecchio to another city in mainland France, you will find numerous ferry routes departing from the port.

How to reach the boardings:

Address: Quai de Syracuse, 20137 Porto Vecchio, France.

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 41°35'14.8” N, Longitude 9°17'30.6” E.

By car, the port area can be reached via the N198 or N196 and then the D758. Figari Airport is 18 km from the port and can be reached by car in about 30 minutes. If you are arriving in Porto Vecchio by ferry, cabs are always available and an efficient public bus service offers good connections to other cities in Corsica.

Show all the routes to/from the harbour of Porto Vecchio