Landing in Corsica

To come to Corsica, it's ferry crossing with CORSICA linea

Are you planning to come or come back to enjoy Corsica for an exceptional holiday ? The ideal way to get to the Isle of Beauty is to make the crossing on a CORSICA linea ship!

The ferry crossing is certainly longer than the flight but it has many advantages: you can reach your destination with your vehicle, and thus take advantage of your stay to move around the whole island. During your holidays with family, friends, lovers or on an adventure, it is essential to take advantage of the various wonders that Corsica has to offer, throughout its territory. 

By sailing with CORSICA linea, you will be able to disembark in different ports of the island :
- In Bastia every day of the year, to discover the north of the island, the unbeatable Cap Corse, the wonderful Castagniccia and the preserved Center,
- In Ajaccio every other day, to discover the Napoleonic city and its magnificent gulf or easily reach the regions of Sartene, Valinco and the extreme south with its extraordinary landscapes
- In Ile-Rousse several times a week, for a visit of the authentic and wild Balagne, to Porto and the west coast.
- In Propriano several times a week, to discover the wonderful Valinco Gulf. 

The crossings onboard the CORSICA linea ships will be the occasion to admire the Mediterranean seascape and get taned on the deck, what a good way to start  holydays !

You will also be able to discover the island flavors in all the restaurants on our ships, with a menu entirely designed by Romuald Royer, starred chef, who has showcased the island's flagship products in a simple gourmet menu. With CORSICA linea, holidays begin on board.

This is the opportunity to take full advantage of your vacation to discover the coastline, the interior of the land and the endearing Corsican hospitality in peace.


Reach your place of residence from the ports served by CORSICA linea

From Bastia, Ajaccio, Île-Rousse and Propriano, quickly reach your vacation spot or your residence, with daily arrivals at the main ports, and several crossings per week to Balagne.. 

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For pedestrian travelers

Do not hesitate to go to the Tourist Office of your destination (generally a few steps from the ports) many means of transport are available to get around;
The famous "Micheline" (the railway line) crosses Corsica from Bastia to Ajaccio, and a line also serves Balagne.
For other destinations (towards Porto-Vecchio and the far south), Bus lines are also available.