Propriano ferry port in Corsica is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Marseille & Porto Torres available. With a selection of up to 4 Sailings Weekly, the port of Propriano connects Corsica with France & Sardinia.
Sailing durations range from 4 hours on the Porto Torres service to 12 hours 30 minutes on the Marseille service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Propriano fare search.
Most choose to walk around Propriano by foot, which is the desirable option considering the pleasant environment and warm weather.
Greek, Pisan and Turkish history is evident in the architecture and inhabitants of the town, showcasing the wealth of culture on display. The churches and cathedrals have grown into the most prominent landmarks in Propriano, especially enjoyable for anyone with a penchant for religious history. The Notre Dame de la Misericorde Church is the standout attraction, providing stunning designs and fascinating insights into Propriano’s past.
The religious buildings may provide much of the appeal for Propriano, yet the naturally beautiful landscape is well worth exploring. The glorious weather and picturesque scenery makes it an ideal place to wander around on foot, basking in the heat whilst embarking on the leisurely walking trails. Alternatively, there are a few companies offering boat tours of the encompassing waters, which are hugely popular with tourists due to the informative guide and idyllic views. After a long day exploring the Valinco Gulf, head to one of the many restaurants to sample the delicious local cuisine, supplying seafood fresh from the waters.
Propriano is a small town on the south coast of Corsica, a French island residing in the Mediterranean Sea. The port is used as the gateway to France’s mainland, with crossings to Marseille on the south coast lasting around ten and a half hours.
Propriano is situated in the Valinco Gulf on the French island of Corsica.
From Ajaccio and the North: Take the N196 towards Propriano and then follow signs to the city centre and the Port de Commerce.
From Bonifacio and the South: Join the N196 toward Propriano/Ajaccio. Follow the D196 towards Propriano town centre, and then follow signs to the Port de Commerce.
From Porto Vecchio and the East: Take the N198 towards Bonifacio then take the D859 in the direction of Figari and Figari airport. Then take the N196 towards Propriano and Ajaccio. Take the D196 towards Propriano town centre and follow signs to the Port de Commerce.
Gare Maritime, Quai L'Herminier, 20110 Propriano
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