Ferries Calvì: information and connections with Corsica
The port of Calvì is located on the northern coast of Corsica, in the region of Balagne. It is a point of arrival of ferries to Corsica.
From here there are the ferries of Corsica Ferries with departures for Nice and Savona, only seasonal, and the ships of SNCM for Nice.
How to buy a ticket to Corsica from the port of Calvì
Buy the ticket to the port of Calvì, fill out all the fields of our online booking system and complete the order of the ferry to Corsica.
Tickets will be sent by email in the printable ticket version, or they will be shipped directly to your home via regular mail.
For doubts or clarifications call our call center 0565960130, active from Monday to Saturday from 9:00 to 20:00.
Embark or land cars and passengers at the port of Calvì
To embark or disembark vehicles and passengers, the directions of the shipping company must be followed.
In general, passengers without a vehicle can now present themselves at the dock about 1 hour before and use the side access ramp to the ship.
Instead, passengers with a vehicle to be boarded will have to park it inside the ship’s garage with the first gear inserted and the handbrake operated.
Companies for the Port of Calvì
- Corsica Ferries;
How to reach the port of Calvì
The most convenient way to reach Corsica is definitely the ship: the connections are frequent both from Italy and for France.
How to get to the port of Calvì by car
The airport of Calvì Sainte-Catherine is about 7 km from the port, for an overall journey of about 15 minutes.
How to get to the port of Calvì by plane
Between the airports of the Corsican island that of Sainte-Catherine is without a doubt the closest and most comfortable to the port.
Address of the Port of Calvì
The address of the port of Calvì is Quai Adolphe Landry, 20260 Calvi, France.
In the immediate vicinity of the port you will find several paid parking places where you can park your car.
The small port of Calvì is just a 10-minute walk from its citadel, which can be reached by taking a leisurely stroll.
The history of the port
It was inhabited already in the Neolithic period by Cervini, an indigenous population, to acquire much importance in the Roman period, becoming one of the landmarks of the island. In the centuries, its history was marked by the fierce invasions of the Vandals and the Saracens.
Under the rule of the Genoese, from the 23rd century, Calvì experienced a great period of development, becoming one of the powers of the Mediterranean. Much to attract the interests of France that, after a long persecution, succeeded, in 1768, to conquer it.
Today, Calvì is one of the most important places on the island, known thanks to the many churches and numerous monuments, which remained as witnesses of its long history.
of Calvì affects the variety of landscapes and panoramas: the mighty Citadel surrounded by the fortresses built by the Genoese, the lively port, the long beaches, the hills covered with olive trees, lemons, vines and oranges.