Corsica Ferries

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

Pascal P. Lota founded the company in the late 1960s, operating the first ship between Corsica and Italy, named Corsica Express. Corsica Ferries has since become the leading privately owned ferry company for crossings to Corsica and Sardinia since their inception over forty years ago, and their philosophy is to offer secure and great value crossings to the destinations they serve. Over three million passengers have been welcomed on board over the years, with roughly two thirds sailing to Corsica.

All Corsica Ferries restaurants are members of the renowned Chaîne des Rotisseurs, a guarantee for international cuisine of the highest quality and professionalism of the chefs. Corsica Sardinia Ferries offer up to fifteen crossings per day to Corsica and Sardinia and up to seven crossings per day to the Tuscan archipelago island of Elba.

View Corsica Ferries timetables, prices and book Corsica Ferries ferry tickets with directferries.co.uk. Looking for an alternative route or ferry company to fit your plans? Don’t worry, we’ll also compare Corsica Ferries with alternative ferry companies in your search to help you choose.

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Corsica Ferries Customer Reviews

  • "Trip from Ajaccio to Nice "

    Great cruise, heaps of things to do on this ship, friendly crew, we had a cabin, small but very comfy bunks:) in general we enjoyed our trip very much. They even have a pet toilet at stern of the vessel, our dog didn't like it though , but very considerate . Thx corica ferrys.

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  • "nice trip to Bastia"

    Exxlennet service and traveling

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  • "Tutto ok!"

    Personale gentile, cabine dignitosamente spaziose e luminose, mri tavolni e sedie disponibili per passaggio ponte. Consiglio portare con se una maglia in più causa condizionatori. Cibo ottimo a prezzo ragionevole.

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  • "First Time"

    We normally use a ferry from Barcelona to Palma. Corsica Ferries was cheaper and took us closer to our final destination in Mallorca. Would definitely use this route again. Comparing catering between the two, Corsica Ferries wins hands down!

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