Ajaccio Ferry Port

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Travel Category: Ferries and Ferry Ports

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    Ajaccio Ferry Port is located on the west coast of the island of Corsica. Two ferry companies operate from Ajaccio Ferry port offering frequent sailings to mainland France (Nice, Toulon, or Marseille.) and to Sardinia. The port is well located near Ajaccio town centre offering easy access to shops and restaurants. Some of Ajaccioa’s sites include the house in which Napoleon Bonaparte was born and the Ajaccio Cathedral.

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    Local Bus, Trams and Inter-city Coach Transport:

    Car rentals, taxis and local transport are available at Ajaccio Ferry Terminal.

    Access:

    Ajaccio Ferry Port is well connected to the main roads of Corsica. If you are arriving at the port from Bastia or southern Corsica, follow the Cours Napoleon until you arrive at Griffi square, then follow the signs to the Ajaccio ferry port. Parking: Long and short term parking facilities are available at the Ajaccio Ferry terminal with special provision for people with disabilities.

    By Train
    Ajaccio Ferry Port is well connected to the main railway lines of Corsica, two train companies operate out of the Ajaccio train station, with connections to all parts of the island.

    Routes:
    • Corsica-Sardinia Ferries: Ajaccio <> Nice
    • Corsica-Sardinia Ferries: Ajaccio <> Toulon
    • Corsica Linea: Ajaccio <> Marseille
    • Corsica Linea: Ajaccio <> Nice
    • Corsica Linea: Ajaccio <> Porto Torres
    • Corsica Linea: Ajaccio <> Toulon
    Car: Taxis, Rentals, Parking, Passenger drop-off:

    Long and short term parking facilities are available at the Ajaccio Ferry terminal with special provision for people with disabilities.

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    The French took possession of Corsica in 1768 and since then the islanda's destiny has been that of France. In 1769 Napoleon was born in Ajaccio and in 1801 Ajaccio was called a€œthe prettiest town of the Mediterraneana€ï† with 5.000 people. Since then it has considerably developed, and the population now numbers about 70.000.

    Summer seasons are generally quite busy, it is advised to book in advance.

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