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"Nice to Ajaccio"

Reviewed 11 October 2014 by James

First of all the port of Nice:- There are two areas of the port where you can board the ferries, one on each side of the port or harbour, approx 20 mins walk from each other. There is a small mini bus that runs between each of them. However there does not appear to be any way on knowing, certainly not in English which side/office to go to. Other than that everything went very smoothly. The ferries:- All the 'Corsica Ferries' which we travelled with seem to be based in Genoa, so the crew is mostly Italian, which wasn't a problem, but a little unexpected. The ferries were well run and clean, with good food and helpful staff, would certainly recommend them if travelling from southern France to either Bastia or Ajaccio in Corsica.

'James' travelled with Corsica Sardinia Ferries on Mega Express Five

"Very Nice"

Reviewed 07 October 2014 by Kerrie

The trip was well organised, left port on time, arrived on time. lots of staff who spoke english for us non french speaking people. All happy, no complaints.

'Kerrie' travelled with Corsica Sardinia Ferries on Corsica Marina

"Smooth sailing"

Reviewed 03 October 2014 by Stuart

Easy checkin, bus to ferry from terminal, escalator to deck which was great with heavy suitcases, luggage room to store suitcases during sailing, clean ferry, smooth disembarkation. Only issue, we were told there were shuttle buses from the terminal running into Livorno. However, the only buses we saw at 6 pm on our arrival were all locked up at the exit gates so we had to walk into the main town centre. We didn't use catering so can't comment on the food but the main dining area looked very elegantly set up.

'Stuart' travelled with Corsica Sardinia Ferries on Corsica Marina

"Ferry review: Toulon to Ajaccio return"

Reviewed 30 September 2014 by Jervis D

Ferry was overall a good experience for us, other than very early time of arrivals at both ends. Food was good; service was excellent. I have two suggestions: (1) - reduce temperature in staterooms; much too hot (over 80 degrees), with no means to control from rooms and windows not openable; (2) - car loading much too tightly packed in, leaving only extremely restricted egress from vehicles, and almost impossible to remove & transport luggage from cars to staterooms.

'Jervis D' travelled with Corsica Sardinia Ferries on Mega Express Two

Corsica Sardinia Ferries, known as just Corsica Ferries operate ferry crossings from France and Italy to Corsica, Sardinia and Elba as well as some inter island services.

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Corsica Ferries have become the leading privately owned ferry company for crossings to Corsica and Sardinia since their inception over 40 years ago and their philosophy is to offer secure and great value crossings to the destinations they service

All Corsica Ferries restaurants are members of the renowned Chaîne des Rotisseurs - a guarantee for international cuisine of the highest quality and the professionalism of the chefs.

Corsica Sardinia Ferries offer up to 15 crossings per day to Corsica and Sardinia and up to 7 crossings per day to the Tuscan archipelago island of Elba.

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Corsica Sardinia Ferries

Corsica Sardinia Ferries Ports

Corsica Sardinia Ferries Routes

Corsica < > Elba

4 Sailings Weekly
1 hour 30 minute crossing

Corsica < > France

Corsica < > Italy

Elba < > Italy

Italy < > Sardinia

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