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How To Get To Ajaccio Ferry Port

  • Ajaccio Ferry Port by Car

    Ajaccio ferry port is located on the west coast of the island of Corsica, close to Ajaccio town centre. Coming from Bastia and south Corsica, stay on the left hand lane then turn left on Route d’Alata. Then continue straight to Griffi square and follow the signs to 'Gare Maritime'. Coming from Sanguinares, follow the seafront up to the Caserne Miolis, then follow the signs to 'Gare Maritime'.

  • Ajaccio Ferry Port by Train

    SNCF and CFC operate rail services from Ajaccio Railway Station. The station is only a short distance from the ferry port, but taxis can take you from one to the other. For more information on trains in Corsica visit Corsican Rail Services website.

  • Additional information for Ajaccio Ferry Port

    Ajaccio Ferry Port Address: Gare Maritime: F - 20000 Ajaccio Distance from Motorway: 100 KM, Airport: 7 KM, City Centre: 0-1 KM, Train station: 0-1 KM, Beach: 2 KM

  • Ajaccio Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Ajaccio Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Ajaccio Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Ajaccio Ferry Services

Ajaccio Guide

What is there to do in Ajaccio?

Ajaccio is the capital of class and culture in Corsica; a casual confidence reverberates around the harbour, decorated in cosmopolitan bars laying host to the aristocrats from Southern France. The marina is slightly less busy in the daytime, though there will still be a number of tourists wandering from one trendy café to another, enjoying a cup of smooth coffee whilst looking out over the modestly designed houses emblazoned across the undulating landscape. Usually frequented by relatively wealthy families, Corsica is also a popular destination for a diverse mix of visitors, ranging from solo travellers to day-trippers from Marseille. Whilst modern day Ajaccio may be a picture of picturesque scenery, the town’s past is somewhat of a contrast; Napoleon Bonaparte was born here, evidenced by the array of street names, artefacts and museums dedicated to the powerful dictator. Bouncing between one museum to another, stopping for some sumptuous lunch in between, makes for a typical day in Ajaccio, topped off with a glass of wine or beer under the moonlight.

How do you get around Ajaccio?

Most choose to hire a rental car for the duration of their stay, however, some companies are harsh on the cleanliness of the vehicle, so make sure to clean it thoroughly before returning.

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