At Nice or Toulon you can catch a ferry. From Nice there are 5 crossings/week and it takes appx. 5h45, You can book cabins on the slow ferry. Italian food is served in the restaurant at a a very reasonable rate and therea’s a bar in the aft of the ship. From Toulon there are 2 crossings/week and travel time is about 9h15.
The port of Calvi, south of the citadel, includes a commercial port and a marina. Access to the port of Calvi is easy due to the large opening of the Port on the Gulf and the remarkable promontory formed by the Pointe de la Revellata, its lighthouse and its beacon.
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Calvi Ferry Port is well connected to the main roads of Corsica. If you are arriving at the port the N197 will take you past the train station right up to the Ferry Terminal.
By Rail Calvi Ferry Port is well connected to the main railway lines of Corsica with connections to all parts of the island.
Air Travel The Calvi Airport is 10 km from the city.Routes:
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- Corsica-Sardinia Ferries : Calvi <> Nice
- Corsica-Sardinia Ferries : Calvi <> Toulon
- Corsica Linea : Calvi <> Marseille
- Corsica Linea : Calvi <> Nice
The city of Calvi is built on a rocky peak SE of Punta San Francesco. A square tower dominates the upper town inside the citadel. The lower town spreads SW of the citadel, beside the harbor with, in the background, modern neighborhoods built along the hills. A long sandy beach bordered with pine trees and alongside the railway running along the bottom of the gulf.
The town of Calvi is dominated by the imposing citadel and within it lie many treasures revealed to those who choose to wander beyond the port and explore the alleyways and old cobbled streets.
Calvi, originally a small fishing port, has always been historically significant, and, once having been occupied by the Genoese, it is reputed to be the birthplace of Christopher Columbus. It remains the capital of the Balagne region, one of the most prosperous areas of Corsica.
The surrounding hills and mountains create a natural amphitheatre which is called the `Garden of Corsica'. Calvi possesses a beach of 6km of fine white sand, next to the ancient harbor and old town. It is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island with a gentle slope and safe bathing in the shallow, turquoise-blue waters.
Windsurfing, diving, jet-skiing, yachting, water-skiing and paragliding are amongst the wide variety of water sports available in this perfect setting.Don't Miss These: