The ferry Port of Bastia which to the north, links Bastia to France (Marseille, Nice and Toulon) and Italy (Genoa, La Spezzia, Livorno, Piombino, Savona, Portoferraio).
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Car rentals, taxis and local transport are available at the Bastia Ferry Terminal.Access:
Bastia Ferry Port is well connected to the main roads of Corsica. Take the N193, Route du Front de Mer, the road along the coast will take you right to the ferry terminal.
Bastia Ferry Port is well connected to the main railway lines of Corsica. There are connections to all parts of the island.
The Bastia Airport is 20 km from the city. Click for information about Bastia Airport, flights and shuttlesRoutes:
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- Corsica-Sardinia Ferries: Bastia <> Nice
- Corsica-Sardinia Ferries: Bastia <> Toulon
- Corsica Linea: Bastia <> Marseille
- Corsica Linea: Bastia <> Nice
- Corsica Linea: Bastia <> Toulon
Located on the North-East coast of Corsica, the town of Bastia stretches between sea and mountain. Walk around and discover the sites, sounds and ambiance of the old port, the market, Saint Mary Cathedral, Saint Nicolas place, and the Saint Cross vault. Bastia was founded in 1378, when the Genoese governor Leonello Lomellini left the Castle of Biguglia to establish a fortified site aâ‚¬Å“a Bastiaaâ‚¬ï†.
To the south of the town the old harbor of Bastia is now a sailing marina.Don't Miss These: